What a lovely picture from Elisabeth and Margaret😍
Have you read any book from Margaret Atwood?
CAPTAIN FANTASTIC (2016) is a confident and engaging story that pulls off the much-harder-than-it-looks trick of perfect pacing. It also subverts the fish out of water trope, taking its stars out of their extraordinary living situation and making them confront our “real” world. Viggo Mortensen is soulful and sympathetic as Ben, the patriarch of the Cash family who had raised all his children in the woods with his wife, Leslie. His worldview is at once liberal and dogmatic and we learn the most about the Cash family from the casual, borderline monotone way he talks to his kids about topics like sex and death. Not all of the child actors are equally convincing but writer/director Matt Ross smartly focuses on the oldest child — Bodevan, played by George MacKay — whose coming of age has been carefully directed by the only other man in his life. I was especially moved by the nuanced way Ross writes Ben’s interactions with his in-laws as they wrestle with grief and their shared responsibilities to the next generation. This movie didn’t get enough attention when it came out, and I’m very glad I own it.
#captainfantastic #viggomortensen #mattross #georgemackay #kathrynhahn #franklangella #anndowd #offthegrid #family #parenting #grief #alternativelifestyle #noamchomskyday
Vamos con la última película que he visto del @sitgesfestival
y que le ha hecho ganar a Andrea Risenborough el premio a la mejor actriz.
“Nancy no distingue entre realidad y ficción y está cada vez más convencida de que fue secuestrada cuando era niña. Cuando conoce a una pareja cuya hija desapareció hace 30 años, las dudas cogen peso y el poder de las emociones amenaza con sobreponerse a lo racional”.
Sinceramente Risenborough hace un buen papel transmitiendo las sensaciones por las que pasa la protagonista, pero no se si entra mucho en el tipo de película que debería presentarse en este festival.
Es un drama, puro y duro, donde nos presentan de forma bastante pausada a su protagonista Nancy. Es una mujer que vive y cuida de su madre, pero des del principio ya nos dejan claro que le gusta hacerse pasar por otras identidades para ayudar a otra gente. Para mi no tiene mucho secreto ya que creo que la película no consigue hacer misteriosa a la protagonista lo suficiente para que puedas creerte si es cierto lo que cuenta o realmente se lo inventa.
También hay que destacar el trabajo actoral de Steve Buscemi, un hombre que no sabe hacerlo mal nunca.
Es una película que se puede ver, no tiene muchos actores y tampoco hay muchas localizaciones, con lo que se ve una película con poco presupuesto pero apañada.
La podéis encontrar en cuevana.io.
#nancy #AndreaRisenborough #stevebuscemi #christinachloe #anndowd #sitges2018 #drama #cine #film #instacinema #cinemagram #cinefilosespaña #septimoarte #grupocinefilo #recomendacionsegundodesayuno
Movie Review: Hereditary (2018)
Director: Ari Aster
Main Cast: Toni Collette, Alex Wolff, Milly Shapiro, Ann Dowd and Gabriel Byrne
Rotten Tomatoes: 89%
Hereditary offers a sense of unpredictability that I rarely come across in films. From the get go, it's chilling, surprising and shockingly brutal which had me on the edge of my seat for the two hour runtime. Ari Aster shows great promise as a writer/director with his debut feature being crafted with such nuance and expertise that invokes a feeling of dread and anxiety in the viewer for the whole film. The film is made with such attention to both the creative and technical aspects that result in a masterful example of how to unnerve someone. There was not a single scene in Hereditary that felt natural and I mean that as a compliment because this film truly had an eerie and uneasy tone that unsettled me until the credits began to roll. My biggest flaw with the film is that the main character Annie was sometimes hard to sympathise with despite the tragic and upsetting things she goes through. Don't get me wrong, Toni Collette's performance is amazing but I just felt like the writing sometimes let her character down. With that said, Hereditary was an extremely enticing horror film that expertly mixed psychological terror with supernatural imagery and features an outstanding lead performance from Toni Collette.
Sneak peek of season 3 😍 but we sadly need to wait.. pic taken from @burtonleblanc
Who's ready for season 3???
American Animals (2018)
Clever & creatively-told true-crime thriller with captivating performances & a compelling narrative.
I wanted to do something all 31 days of October on here for Halloween season...but I forgot 😅, so for the next 15 days leading up to Halloween, I’ll be counting down my top 15 favorite horror films!
Number 15: Hereditary.
Yes, this is still my favorite movie of 2018 so far! I haven’t gotten a chance to watch it again since theaters, but I fell in love with this terrifying masterwork the minute I saw it and it hasn’t left my mind since. Slow burn storytelling in horror is hard to pull off, especially in todays era where audiences need jump scares and immediate gratification to be satisfied, but Hereditary does it brilliantly, with a compelling drama and characters pulling it along, outstanding performances, horrifying imagery, an unnerving sense of dread throughout, and one of the best third acts I’ve seen in years!
#hereditary #alexwolff #tonicollette #gabrielbyrne #millyshapiro #anndowd #horror #ariaster #top15 #horrorfilms #horrormovies
Congratulations to Yvonne on the birth of her son.😍
What are your thoughts about that scene ?
Some prefer June with Luke
and of course I'll post them too
Nancy is a provocative and topical psychodrama about love, intimacy, and trust. In this age of ‘fake news’ and the curated self, Nancy has become more comfortable assuming false personas than being herself. @nancythemovie @notoriouschoe
And they lived happily ever after..
Oh no wrong show..