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Love is a force of nature.
Brokeback Mountain is an Ang Lee film about two modern day cowboys who meet on a shepherding job in the summer of ’63. The two share a raw and powerful summer together that turns into a life long relationship conflicting with the lives they are supposed to live.
imagine being gay and all you have to eat is beans
I think, as a GAY, in my GAY opinion.....
It doesn't matter who loves who.... What matters is how much of love there is between two people and the pain they experience on losing them. You might be the "straightest" person but this will still touch your heart and stay there. Heath ledger's face says it all in the end. The ending kills you..... It just kills you inside man.
my favourite hobbies are being gay and depressed
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Where I truly began falling in love with Anne Hathaway...
Oh yeah, this happens to be an incredible, heartbreaking, extraordinarily acted film, too.
Some random thoughts for this particular on-the-verge-of-delirium 5:30 A.M. 'review':
I saw it once before, many years ago, and loved it then as well. It's a shame, this film got so much shit in my school that I felt like I couldn't even tell people I had seen it. It's disgraceful that a story of two people of the same sex, falling in love with each other, can be ridiculed so much.
I always viewed it like this: who cares? Really, what does it matter if someone feels that way? How does it effect a person's well-being…
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Strong Performances - Heath Ledger
Review In A Nutshell:
Brokeback Mountain is the life story of two men who have built a relationship with each other in Brokeback Mountain. Their story spans up to 20 years, showing us both the beauty and heartbreak in their relationship.
I have heard a lot of things about this film, many simply say this was that "gay cowboy movie" while others remark it as the "deserving winner of the 2006 Academy Awards"; it was beaten by Paul Haggis' Crash, which I have yet seen. It was rare for me to hear anything negative about this film, and the ones who did watch it and cringed at the subject matter, still managed…
I wish I knew how to quit you.
The story of a forbidden love. The complexity of their situation was quite interesting to me. Very sad ending BTW .
11 A Film made in the USA from a Asian director
"You know I ain't queer."
This has been a long time coming. I willfully avoided seeing this film for too many years, but seeing it did very little to make me feel any differently than when I spurned it on the strength of what I had heard about it from others. On some level I'll just never really get over the fact that two attractive white guys having one awful sex scene and then spending the rest of the film being uncomfortable with the fact that they were attracted to each other became The Queer Movie.
What saves this movie for me…
The cinematography was great. The screenplay, I really love it. The relationship, the intimacy, the struggle, I love everything. If I have to compare it with another same genre movies, this one is better than Carol (2015), in my opinion.
How does ledger show so much emotion through his eyes, they seem to tell their own story.
I didn't really cry, but then I read the book right after and sobbed my eyes out.
i didnt cry as much as i thot i would but wow im just rlly sad now
Ang Lee Film Festival: #9
"Brokeback Mountain" is the other of the two films from Ang Lee that I would consider great. It is amazingly acted from the four leads, well-scored, well-written, well-directed, well-shot, and well-designed in costume and sound. It is emotionally heart-wrenching, the characters are well-realized, and I love the ending. My only issue is that it feels a little too polished for a film that is supposed to be so raw. 7/10.
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