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Re: “Writer-director Gina Prince-Bythewood and star Nate Parker go Beyond the Lights in Nashville

Beyond the Lights is the story of Noni Jean, a hot new artist who just won a Grammy and is ready for the celebrity. But the pressures of success an obligation to enter into her life until she is saved by a young police officer. They fall in love, despite protests from parents who want everyone to focus on their career ambitions. But he could be the missing piece to unlock the artistic potential, Gugu Mbatha-In movie plays Raw, Minnie Driver, Nate Parker and Danny Glover, is a very good movie, watching

Posted by Elena Chera on 11/15/2014 at 7:57 AM

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

The scientific exposition reminds me of the end of The Wizard of Oz: when he receives a diploma from the Wizard, the Scarecrow recites some blather which sounds like the Pythagorean Theorem (but isn't). What on earth -- or the next galaxy, for that matter -- was Kip Thorne thinking?

Posted by The Muons were lowing on 11/13/2014 at 11:47 PM

Re: “Jason Schwartzman in Listen Up Philip: a career-best portrait of the artist as a young jerk

Listen Up Philip he expected to publish his second novel sure-to-succeed. He feels pushed out of his hometown adopted by the constant crowds and noise, a bad relationship with his girlfriend Ashley photographer, and his own indifference to promote the novel. When Philip's idol, Ike Zimmerman, offers secluded summer house as a refuge, he finally gets peace and quiet to concentrate on his favorite object itself. Jason Schwartzman leads an impressive cast, including Elisabeth Moss, Krysten Ritter, and Jonathan Pryce, balancing clever dialogue Perry and painful truths the characters their own. With narration by Eric Bogosian, we switch perspectives and attitudes change as the seasons, featuring a literary aspect in the lives of these people and the triumph of reality over the human spirit, a comedy cool

Posted by Elena Chera on 11/13/2014 at 9:56 AM

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

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

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

It is undoubtedly one of the most anticipated films of the year and is also one of the movies that explore, in a major production, overtaking spirit of humanity. Without being entirely exciting, Interstellar is a visual spectacle not bored even for a second from its generous 170 minutes, ready to raise philosophical questions, to sink into the darkest areas of the human soul, but also to celebrate the courage, resourcefulness and ingenuity, as the rebellion in the face of what may appear to seal fate of humanity Christopher Nolan once again turns into the most courageous filmmaker of his generation, able to coalesce not only some of the most important talents in Hollywood around a risky project, but also to persuade the studios to finance a costly adventure film and, especially, to fascinate audiences worldwide and to persuade him to spend almost three hours to watch the known universe boundaries are exceeded. It's a bold bet that Nolan will certainly win, because for months Interstellar is among the most awaited films of the second half

Posted by Elena Chera on 11/10/2014 at 10:17 AM

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

Wow, man, you really need a reality check. I haven't seen a movie as inane as Interstellar since the old Alexander of the early 2000s. What makes it terrible?

As a layman with a rudimentary grasp of physics, ALL of the crap they're parading as 'science' is not researched even a little. Anyone who had a half-decent high school science class would be able to tell you that there IS NO MYSTERY to gravity. None. Humanity actually worked that one out decades ago. And the mystical force they're so awed over? Is an application of force, not gravity. Furthermore, it's never explained WHY the code to 'gravity' was necessary, or how the hell it helped humanity.

The movie is utterly schitzophrenic with its pacing, and couldn't decide what it wanted to be. Neither could the script, either, because none of the main characters could actually hold onto enough personality traits consistently to become fully-fleshed characters. The actors did with it what they could, but it was painful to be stuck in a seat for three hours, and wind up with such under-developed characters, such under-developed plot, and such a bizarre end.

Seriously, guys, it was so inane that I'd rather do pretty much ANYTHING else with my time. Including look for errors in the web copy of local businesses like http://www.nashvillespropertysearch.com/ge…

Posted by Sam Kelleren on 11/09/2014 at 9:17 AM

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

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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.

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
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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.

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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

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