Movies Posts Tagged as 'Director's Art'
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A Face In The Crowd (1957)
"Bad News" becomes overnight sensation. Andy keeps his character insufferable, Patricia Neal tastefully shifts from intelligent administrator to emotionally duped and Kazan imprints it with raw emotional tremor. It still reverberates because we still apply the same politics without accepting its downfall. 28-Jan-2019
Naughty or Nice (1939)
A gifted songwriter can only love when he's drunk. The maid is named Killer and the actors add snap to their wit. It's gay vintage. 29-Dec-2018
Holiday Affair (1949)
A sober Christmas treatise made with no fuss.
It was a forward example.
The Christmas gift was an alpha. 25-Dec-2018
Incredibles 2 (2018)
It's beautiful art. The family had two stars (mama/baby) and three supporting players. The thrill has dissipated. 16-Dec-2018
The terror arises from a vapid addiction and in the addition of numbers. Madeline Brewer's sensual tease and nervous sense of morality keep it edgy. 13-Dec-2018
God Told Me To (1976)
The commotion was executed to impress Hitchcock, obsessed beliefs create boundaries and we got to be impressed seeing a policeman do his job. 02-Dec-2018
Ready Player One (2018)
The door to Spielberg's imagination never closes. He is most brilliant when he transfers his thoughts to the eye (camera.) The Shining and Chucky were unhinged odes and asides of established mastery. Regrettably, the writing and acting get displaced whilst catching up. I would thrill to see the meister embrace his dark side. 27-Nov-2018
The camera is tricky and holds a tight grip. Edmund Kingsley is burdened with having to convey panic and desperation with a partially helmeted face. He adds to the film's accomplishments. It's important to understand the circumstances because we still repeat them today. The knowledge surprises. 24-Nov-2018
Pact, The (2012)
The scares were thought out, the acting trembled and a fulfillment in horror was achieved. 29-Oct-2018
Shape of Water, The (2017)
The monster remains an animal which fetishizes the romance. The entirety had me walking through beautiful fairy tale halls and I bought it. 25-Oct-2018
Trash art elevated by high energy, cliche improvements, professional visibility (actors,) Alexandre Aja (director) and Nicotero's (make-up) enthusiasm. 08-Oct-2018
Florida Project, The (2017)
It was a contender for greatness. It tests our patience of children, the ingratitude of charity and the dejection of hope. The candy color added brilliance to poverty and the actors took realism to gut. Unfortunately, the finale adds delusion to reality and makes us feel cheated for watching a Disney commercial as crispy and removed as its music. 07-Oct-2018