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Re: “Alejandro González Iñárritu's performance-driven Birdman is weird, risky and thrilling

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Posted by ocaab1 on 11/09/2014 at 7:43 AM

Re: “Interstellar's wondrous effects carry a payload of hard science — and deliver with refreshingly little hand-holding

Twitter from Mark Harris (author of Five Came Back):

t's rare, and IMHO very good news, that the fall's 2 most polarizing movies, Gone Girl and Interstellar, are both big studio releases.

Posted by Mark on 11/08/2014 at 7:06 PM

Re: “Deliverance remains the movies' most chilling portrayal of nature making man its bitch

That scene is nightmarish. There are only two versions of you: before and after you've watched Deliverance.

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Posted by Megan McClure on 11/05/2014 at 7:46 PM

Re: “Alejandro González Iñárritu's performance-driven Birdman is weird, risky and thrilling

Birdman or (Virtue unexpectedly Ignorance)
Former superhero cinema Riggan Thomson (Michael Keaton) is mounting an ambitious Broadway productions, is risky, but he hopes that gambling, creative will prove that he is a true artist and not just a movie star, like opening night approaches , an accident, forcing Riggan to hire an actor (Edward Norton), which is guaranteed to shake things up. Meanwhile, Riggan must deal with his girlfriend's daughter and ex-wife, a good movie to watch

Posted by Elena Chera on 11/03/2014 at 10:06 AM

Re: “Terry Gilliam's The Zero Theorem: grinding gears in a genius' head

Back then, they were actually literate and had correct syntax.

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Posted by Steven Erickson on 11/01/2014 at 10:20 PM

Re: “Terry Gilliam's The Zero Theorem: grinding gears in a genius' head

Maybe she misses the days when the Scene ran capsule reviews of every movie in town.

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Posted by Mark on 10/31/2014 at 3:08 PM

Re: “Jake Gyllenhaal's a skincrawling wonder in the enjoyably nasty neo-noir Nightcrawler

I found it to be much more of a commentary on modern corporate america than the modern broadcast journalism bit it carries on the surface. Watching Lou bootstrap his business and get ahead with loose ethics and morals, multiple references to business books/fountainhead, spouting off CEO nonsense to his partner.

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Posted by moviesssss on 10/30/2014 at 8:49 AM

Re: “Terry Gilliam's The Zero Theorem: grinding gears in a genius' head

I've wondered if Elena Chera thinks she's auditioning for the Scene.

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Posted by Steven Erickson on 10/29/2014 at 2:44 PM

Re: “Whether you love jazz or not, Keep On Keepin' On delivers an enthralling portrait of the great Clark Terry

Terry is one that the history of jazz has had a particular influence on him Duke Ellington and Count Basie, both, has incredible power for fans of jazz. Terry is now recognized and influential in this movie, spend more time at the age of 23, Justin Kauflin, a blind piano prodigy, who met Terry through one of the programs for budding trumpet music, sat down in front a piano and sing something beautiful, worldview Kauflin is a happy one, the film is complex with a lot of good music triumph on jazz, recommended watching the best movie

Posted by Elena Chera on 10/25/2014 at 11:21 PM

Re: “Terry Gilliam's The Zero Theorem: grinding gears in a genius' head

Can we all maybe chip in and get Elena Chera a website or something?

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Posted by Michael Sicinski on 10/24/2014 at 7:04 AM

Re: “Dear White People director Justin Simien on how to love Star Trek and still keep your 'real black' card

The How-Black-Are-You??!! conundrum/debate/nonsense/bulls***, whatever, centers on a little thing called a double negative---

We (black African-Americans) don't really trust Them (the Majority Culture), and we also don't really like Ourselves (each other).

The mind is a terrible thing to waste, with such a burden upon it 24/7/365.

1 like, 1 dislike
Posted by Conslor on 10/23/2014 at 11:36 AM

Re: “Brad Pitt World War II bloodbath Fury calls to mind a lot of other war movies

"Fury" is the name of latest movie with Brad Pitt, a film the actor not only promotes walking in shows, but even putting hard "bone" to work, Fury movie in which Brad Pitt plays the leader of a reserve platoon that survived many horrors in the Second world War. However, towards the end of the war when the Nazi regime is collapsing and all signs portend the end of World War II, veteran team Fury tank, sees the face of incredible mission, while being burdened with a new recruit that has never seen the inside of a tank, the film focuses on the relationship between the veteran played by Brad Pitt and new recruit played by Logan Lerman, All frames start, make David Ayer film look very conventional. But things change immediately when conventional silence is interrupted by some impressive shots showing battle scenes and war contingencies, best movie to watch with the whole family

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Posted by Elena Chera on 10/19/2014 at 5:34 AM

Re: “From Inherent Vice to Gone Girl, the New York Film Festival heralds a fine fall movie season

Joaquin Phoenix, Josh Brolin, Reese Witherspoon, Benicio Del Toro, Owen Wilson, Maya Rudolph are among the actors who are part of the cast of the latest film directed by Paul Thomas Anderson - "Inherent vice". Love story, spiced with mystery and crime, "inherent vice" does not lack humor, with a questionable beard, Phoenix, seen most recently in "Her" is the date that a private investigator addicted to drugs at the end 60s in Los Angeles. Existence changes when his ex-girlfriend, a kind of femme fatale, makes its appearance after years of absence and Catt reveals a plot to kill a billionaire who she claims to be in love. She confuses him as Larry in an elaborate network of lies, backstabbing and deception, involving surfers, sharks, ex-cons and drug addicts, best movie watching

Posted by Elena Chera on 10/16/2014 at 10:24 AM

Re: “Brad Pitt World War II bloodbath Fury calls to mind a lot of other war movies

Craig Lindsey is the writer who insisted that the 1/4 Jewish Jay Baruchel absolutely must be paired with a Jewish actress in his review of The Sorcerer's Apprentice.

So Craig, are you okay with the fully Jewish heartthrob Logan Lerman being paired with a German woman in this film? Especially considering Logan is the grandson of a German Jewish refugee who was the same age in 1945 as Logan's character is in the film?

1 like, 3 dislikes
Posted by Jennifer Salk on 10/16/2014 at 4:19 AM

Re: “There's disorder in the court of the wildly overstuffed The Judge

,, The Judge ", directed by David Dobkin, tells the story of a lawyer who returns to childhood home to discover that his father, a judge by profession, is suspected of murder. The Judge was present film festival in Toronto and was received with much applause, along with prestigious festivals in Cannes and Sundance Film Festival in Toronto is one of the most important events of its kind in the world where films are selected that could enter the race for Oscars, the main characters high class actors, Robert Downey Jr. Robert Duvall, watching a movie with the whole family, best movie

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Posted by Elena Chera on 10/12/2014 at 6:50 AM

Re: “Our talk with Gone Girl's Ben Affleck, Rosamund Pike, Tyler Perry, Neil Patrick Harris, Gillian Flynn and David Fincher

I’ve read “Gone Girl,” and while it didn’t bore me, I don’t understand why it was hailed as a literary masterpiece and the definitive statement about male-female relationships. It’s really just a lurid pulp novel, not much different from the paperback thrillers that John D. MacDonald, Lawrence Block and Donald E. Westlake were writing 50 years ago.

Except that MacDonald, Block and Westlake were better writers than Gillian Flynn. So was Ross Macdonald, author of the Lew Archer detective series, who Flynn has cited as an inspiration.

I didn’t believe anything that happened in the second half of “Gone Girl,” It’s just TOO cleverly plotted. It kept me turning the pages, but so do Mike Hammer and James Bond novels.

I also don’t understand why the movie is being hyped as the most eagerly awaited movie since THE GODFATHER, or maybe GONE WITH THE WIND. Most of the hype is coming not from the studio, but from people who write about pop culture for a living.

Most of these writers also tend to regard “Mad Men,” “Breaking Bad” and “Girls” as the greatest artistic achievements of the last several decades … which indicates how little art (or entertainment) they’ve consumed.

Are these commentators so starved for an adult-targeted movie, they’re falling over themselves to praise what is really a pop thriller?

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Posted by Mark on 10/03/2014 at 3:10 PM

Re: “Despite its brilliant subject, new documentary Finding Fela never finds its own rhythm

Finding Fela tells the story of life, Fela Kuti's (1938 - 1997), his music, and social and political importance. This in-depth look at the man who created Afrobeat, a fusion of jazz, traditional West African rhythms, funk, highlife, and psychedelic rock is cool

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Posted by Elena Chera on 10/02/2014 at 11:26 AM

Re: “Terry Gilliam's The Zero Theorem: grinding gears in a genius' head

Whew! One of the worst films I have ever seen. Limp satire, pointless, visuals run amok, etc. Even worse than Gilliam's other movies, though I give passes to "Brazil" and "12 Monkeys." Some things are simply immune to satire.

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Posted by edd on 10/02/2014 at 11:14 AM

Re: “Give 'em hell, Denzel: The Equalizer's as bloody as it is brutally effective

With Denzel Washington reached nearly 60 years in the role of a psychic hero with a unique cinematic style of Antoine Fuqua book, the film offers a mix between the style of Quentin Tarantino's action elements reminding superhero productions. intense and violent, The Equalizer is definitely a good choice for viewers who want to see the old-fashioned action movie one of Fuqua accessorized with a similar style superhero movies, Raising his style to a more dynamic and elegant than previously reached director Antoine Fuqua shocked by the action and the suspense film, but spare a few moments of silence to highlight calm hero, very good movie to watch.

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Posted by Elena Chera on 09/26/2014 at 11:45 AM

Re: “Terry Gilliam's The Zero Theorem: grinding gears in a genius' head

The project "The Zero Theorem" sat in a drawer for almost 10 years, during which various names have been circulated starring actors - from Billy Bob Thornton to Ewan McGregor to reach Christoph Waltz - but some name directors to take over the project, its world premiere at the prestigious International Film Festival of Venice in 2013, retro-futuristic science fiction the Zero Theorem, filmed last year in Bucharest, is an acid satire, Orwellian shades , to the contemporary world dominated by computers and large corporations. Reminiscent of Brazil, Gilliam's film carries specific brands: eccentricity and unusual humor, burlesque characters and contrasts between low-tech futurism and classic decor decomposition, a very good being watched

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Posted by Elena Chera on 09/25/2014 at 9:39 AM

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