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Jackie Brown: subdued, humane, layered, wildly entertaining, powerful and fully Tarantino all at once. Tarantino hasn't exactly shown all of this since - a tragedy if you think about it long enough - so who would've thought it was possible? It is though, and it's rather great. He puts his fingerprints over everything in the Elmore Leonard source material worked from, but writes real on-screen people with real convictions and strengths to match them, in a gripping and engaging story…
I got a lot of grief when this opened from Spider-Man fans for giving it a 2.5 star review.
I was WAY too generous.
Garfield and Stone do have legitimate chemistry. They're terrific together. AMAZING SPIDER-MAN does not make me excited for the sequel, but it does make me wish these two would star in an old school Tracy and Hepburn-style romantic comedy. That would be very interesting.
Y'know what's NOT interesting? This movie. It's ugly, sloppy, dumb, and slow,…
Film #13 of Project 90
”Who killed the president?”
For 200 minutes Oliver Stone takes us into an extremely perplexing and maddeningly mind-boggling labyrinth of lies, facts, theories, betrayals, conspiracies, doubts, flashbacks and flashbacks in flashbacks only because he wants to put us right in front of the frightening monstrous question which is lying at the center of the maze: Who pulled the trigger on November 22, 1963? Cinematically JFK comes very close to the definition of the perfect movie,…