THE SATURDAY SHOT 🎥 from BLADE RUNNER 2049! Yes I knowww I feel like this shot has been really overused on here, but nonetheless I love this one 👌🏼 This film was visually a masterpiece regardless of people’s thoughts on its slow pacing. Multiple moments throughout this almost 3 hour epic that gave me chills due to gorgeous lighting and cinematography. This is only one of many amazing shots in this film. If you haven’t seen this one, I can’t recommend it enough 👏🏼
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A hilarious scene. I can't stop watching it. Swipe left to see it.
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Strength : Screenplay, Directing
Movie Rating : 8/10
Director : Robert Altman
Cannes Winner : Best Actress in a leading role
If you are into avant garde films, this film should not pass you by. Bewitching and charmingly absurd, the film will send you into an involuntary loop of thinking, interpretation and discernment exercises about the mysterious relationship governinng the three women. These characters portrayed by Cannes awardee Shelly Duvall, Siissy Spacek and Janice Rule are presented in an interesting peculiar manner that will rouse your cursiosity to dig deeper into their story. Set in a dusty California place, one physical theraphist and social outcast by the name of Millie befriends the awkward newbie Pinky who happens to own noticeably in the film, only one underwear. The third woman is a pregnant painter who renders demonic like artwork paintings on walls and does not talk all throughout the film. In the course of its story, every turning frame emits oddity and mystery stirring wonder and speculation for meaning and representations. If you get to watch the film, comment your interpretation below with one word i am ending this review with. Agree or disagree? IDENTITY.
24/03 Blu-Ray Watches Part 1: Finally, have now watched all the Best Picture nominees:
- Call Me By Your Name is sweet, tender and juicy like a fresh (not used) apricot. I have to get this off my chest immediately, "call me by your name and I'll call you by mine" is easily the best line of dialogue of 2017. Now that's out of the way, dramas that showcase rich developed characters whilst conveying an emotionally beautiful story are rare. Yet here we are with one of the most engrossing dramatic journeys of last year. A young boy undergoes a transformational traversal of self-discovery as he rapidly falls in love with an American man who is residing in his family's Italian abode. Coming hot off 'Moonlight', it tackles homosexuality from the perspective of a young impressionable boy who struggles with dealing with these unknown feelings. The inner conflict that rages within him starts to manifest and take control, where he is soon plunged into a forbidden love. And what a beautiful film this is. Guadagnino captures the natural beauty of rural Italy, with mint green colours glistening in the sunshine, and the tantalising romance between Oliver and Elio. His usage of long takes and landscape shots allows both the actors and environment to be at the forefront of this drama. An understated style that still elevates the cinematic quality. Chalamet was magnificent at portraying innocence, fragility and humanity. He held the whole film on his shoulders, not an easy feat given some of the scenes involved. His onscreen chemistry with Hammer was outstanding and the sole selling point for watching this. However, it's Elio's parents that add that extra slice of humanity as they are undoubtedly the nicest parents ever. The monologue from Stuhlbarg proves he is the best "chameleon actor" working today. I clung onto every word during that scene. Aside from the heartbreaking conclusion, there wasn't a massive amount of emotional impact for me. It's a nuanced story which carries emotion throughout, I just wanted some more power in certain scenes. However, an incredibly mesmerising journey that is both beautiful and sorrowful.
Call Me By Your Name = 9/10
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Well I’m still personally holding out for a surprise Defenders cameo. I mean come on even if they aren’t shown, how hard is it just for Stark, Peter or Strange to say they saw “that devil guy” “the guy in the red costume” “that big guy from Harlem” helping out people in the streets.
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It’s time for Transformers vs. Godzilla 2 A.K.A. #PacificRimUprising at the #cinema - hopes aren’t high but it might be fun for some robot vs. Kaiju action!
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Pacific Rim: Uprising is a 2018 action film directed by Steven S. DeKnight. It stars John Boyega, Scott Eastwood and Charlie Day. The film is about Jake Pentacost, the son of the famous Stacker Pentacost, as he is recruited to save the world from the returning Kaiju threat. However, this time there may be a betrayal in the midst.
It has lost the charm, epicness and magic of the original (The theme only appears twice). This was very obviously made for new fans, and not fans of Pacific Rim nor Del Toro. ***POSITIVES*** JOHN BOYEGA: The man is a dynamite and a proven star. He once again shows his charisma here as the only seemingly interested actor in the movie. Scott Eastwood fails to impress once more, and everyone else almost reminded me of the horrendous Transformers: The Last Knight kids gang.
ACTION: I guess they are still somewhat entertaining, and for the most part does a good job to show the scale of the monsters and robots from the human being’s perspective. ***NEGATIVES*** SCRIPT: Something happens to Charlie Day’s character (a concept that has been teased and talked about since after the first film, but I didn’t actually think they were going to seriously run with it) that just makes the film’s credibility go down a mile. Not to mention, it fills all the genre tropes and cliches perfectly.
PLOT: The kids in the film genuinely did remind of the ones from Transformers: The Last Knight and so did the pandering to the Chinese audiences. People talk, and suddenly don’t talk in Chinese for no reason and the acting isn’t on par. Oh, and the outdated TROLOLOLO man appears (This is not a joke)
Worth it?: 2.5/5
SCORE: 5.9/10. #pacificrimuprising
◼️MY RANKING OF AKIRA KUROSAWA - Movie List.
Akira Kurosawa's dynamic storytelling through imagery, his infusion of western and Japanese influences, highlight his eternal fascination with the human condition and societal injustice. Be it via one of his masterful feudal epics or his contemporary dramas, humanity lies at the very heart of his universe. He is one of my favourite directors from a handful from Japanese classic cinema. I give you, my top ten from his staggeringly insane (in a good way) body of work!
No. 10 - DERSU UZALA 
Akira Kurosawa's first non-Japanese production shot in Siberia and also his first and only 70mm film. It was released during a time of great personal angst, Kurosawa had suffered with suicidal depression in the last decade of his career. A combination of the Japanese film industry unwilling to finance his new projects and the critical and financial failure of his last film, Dodes'ka-den , found the great auteur at his lowest ebb. Dersu Uzala saved him. It's one of his most sentimental and intimate films about the cross-cultural friendship between a nomadic hunter and a Russian explorer. Shot in the Siberian wilderness, the breathtaking scenery and the endearing bond formed between the two leads are primarily why this film is so special to me. ❤️❤️
I don't even know. I know this movie is a remake of a Japanese movie, it was filmed 3 years ago, and it stars Bella Thorne and one of the Terminators sons (the legitimate one). So those 3 things are not a good sign for a movie. But....-sigh- Every Movie Possible, right?
Update Review: This honestly wasn't so bad. I've noticed I don't mind these young adult movies, I really enjoyed Every Day after all. This isn't a very original movie as I think we all know the plot of The Fault in Our Stars and other such movies but for what it's worth, it wasn't bad. I did have the sad experience of sitting with a group of Gen Z kids and had to get the theater manager to quiet down a row of entitled twats..missed about 3 minutes of the party scene...but I'm sure I'll go see this one more time. But seriously, Gen Z kids are just as terrible as Boomers. .
Overall, C. It's average as it gets. I don't know why Bella Thorne movies keep getting shelved for 3 years before release. I know she's personally a mess and can't sell Avon products to retards, but still...