hugeee fan of him! He's soo good with cinematography and editing, all his films are just beautiful. This got 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes by critics so I'm definitely looking forward to this
I've seen some of Bujalski's other work and have always been a fan, but Computer Chess sounds like it could be his best yet! Can't wait!
Mads Mikkelsen is heart-breakingly brilliant as an "everyman" whose faith that justice must prevail is steadily, mercilessly broken to pieces. He is simply sublime.
Sonds to me like the green-eyed Seitz main diet consists of sour grapes. "Thise that can't do...critisize...
This film is very loosely based on the book The Dibbuk Box by Jason Haxton. Haxton claims that it is a true story but the plot of the film and the story that Haxton tells are not the same thing at all. The book is available on Kobo, and if I remember correctly it was in the neighbourhood of 99¢.
It would be unique to have Chinese doc makers come here and film the life of an inner-city fam, preferably the US-standard "single mom" and her brood, which would probably make China's citizens thankful for the way of life as they live it.
No way my friend. No connection between Tree of Life and Reygadas' work. Reygadas is telling pure violance. Malick is looking for endless peace in the deepest layer of his soul. Sry.
I doubt that the movie could be as interesting as this review.
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What Ignorance! Ali won those fights fair and square and "sports betting interests" had nothing to do with it.
Your mother loks well, like a cartoon
Henry, I think this is overly harsh. Yes, the film is entirely told from the viewpoint of a particular group of folks who moved to Northside Williamsburg around 1990 and have since been mostly gentrified out. Yes, it is narrow in its perspective and does not attempt to tell the socio-economic or cultural history of Williamsburg, or the political economy of gentrification. But I still thought it a valuable contribution to the conversation on gentrification. The entire neighborhood that Su Friedrich came to love over 15+ years was demolished around her and replaced by a nightmare of hideous cheaply built condominiums. A compelling personal look at the front lines of gentrification.
Awesome review. But...Why can't you folks include where the goddamn film is SHOWING? Are you trying to distinguish yourselves by eschewing usefulness?
Where does it open?
What an insanely articulate writer!
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