[Instaculture] Have I told you about The Square ?
You must see it ! Not only did it win the Palme d’Or at the Cannes film Festival 🍿 But It is dramatic and funny, fierce and poetic, moving and smart. It questions the political role of art and talks about social and metaphorical boundaries embodied by the piece of art The Square*
Not to mention the great soundtrack which is totally hyptonic 😍
And last but not least the leading actor is really sexy 😋 Hello @ClaesBang
* the square is a sanctuary of trust and caring within its boundaries we all share equal rights and obligations
Vuelve la segunda temporada de American Crime Story con la creación de Ryan Murphy que explora el caso de asesinato del diseñador de moda Gianni Versace. Murphy y compañía aprovechan el asesinato del celebérrimo diseñador en 1997 para hablar de la homosexualidad en los 90, de fama, apariencias y moda. Ofrece un estudio de personajes perturbador y un surtido de excelentes actuaciones. El asesinato del diseñador desemboca una investigación para conocer el pasado del psicópata Andrew Cunanan, cómo conoce a Gianni y su llegada a Miami para perpetrar el asesinato. Queda mi recomendación.
Sorry I didn’t post yesterday!☹️ I ruined my streak!! I got home really late last night and I just knocked out when I got home.
The movie is a favorite of mine! I saw it with book club at my high school! I remember I cried hard in the end(I’m a cry baby).
PLOT: Hazel Grace Lancaster (Shailene Woodley), a 16-year-old cancer patient, meets and falls in love with Gus Waters (Ansel Elgort), a similarly afflicted teen from her cancer support group. Hazel feels that Gus really understands her. They both share the same acerbic wit and a love of books, especially Grace's touchstone, "An Imperial Affliction" by Peter Van Houten. When Gus scores an invitation to meet the reclusive author, he and Hazel embark on the adventure of their brief lives.
Ima go see Love Simon today!!
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18/03 Blu-Ray Watches Part 4: Nothing like finishing the weekend with a mastepiece...right?
- The Apparition apparently appeals aplenty albeit abhorrently. You see that alliteration right there? There's more creativity and originality in that sentence in comparison to the whole film. Oh. My. God. It's just a montage of scenes from other horror films. A disgusting excuse for a production company to release such an atrocious piece of cinema. A young couple move into a new house, which I have no idea how they could afford, where they start experiencing 'Paranomal Activity'. A 'Ghost' that has a more 'Insidious' agenda compared to the likes of 'Casper'. Rather predictably, it is revealed to have a 'Grudge' against the boyfriend who took part in an experiment to communicate with the afterlife. Turns out the supernatural are no longer 'The Quiet Ones'. Honestly, and I mean this with full sincerity...the only redeeming factor was the occasional scene that gave me 'Goosebumps'. Everything else was an atrocity. Stan (bless him...it's not his fault, much) and Greene had no chemistry whatsoever, no idea why this 'Sinister' 'Poltergeist' wanted to waste their time 'Haunting' this incredibly dull couple. The first act details their daily lives as they shop adventurously in CostCo, to which they debate on purchasing a tent. A tent! A God damn tent!? Should've bought a 'Ouija' board, am I right? The scares are non-existent and most certainly will not make you 'Scream' with fright. The demonic entity seems to bathe in 'The Darkness' to which the scariest action it performs is turning the 'Lights Out', or messing up a girl's wardrobe. Also seems to like growing mould around the house...such an inconvenience, 'Dark Water' would've been more effective. The narrative consists of repeating a chore (taking out the rubbish or installing security cameras), then a "scare" and then pretending it's not a ghost even though they know it is...literally loops this structure like it's a 'Ring'. The dialogue is lifeless like a bunch of 'Flatliners' and convincingly has no 'Pulse'. An unforgivable excuse of a horror film that made me both angry and sleepy.
The Apparition = 1/10