This review reportedly contains spoilers. I can handle the truth.
In Blue Velvet, we are emerge in Lynch's idea of the world, people's functions in it, this through his philosophical universality.
We see clearly a naturalist take from Lynch in the opening scene where the camera merges under the earth, where we hear a oozing dark ambient noise of drone looping while beetles crawl around sporadically and hastily through their natural habitat. This I presume is symbolism (in a form of a metaphor or simile for man) for unnecessary, chaotic…
The wrongs about this movie are not only the self-evident fact that the entire cast seemed extremely uncomfortable with their rather unfamiliar, stereotypical roles (in a general sense), but also the fact that I barely spotted a glimpse or felt a feeling of authenticity from the characters, Russian accents, historical accuracy or atmosphere throughout the entire thing. Not to mention the choreography and direction of the fighting scenes, yuck.
I actually quite recently saw The Drop, and the conclusion I…
The most brilliant and genius novel I've ever read adapted perfectly, not in a sense that it is as good as the novel, but in a sense that it couldn't have been done better.
A thrilling black comedy with humor that I find hilarious and phenomenal performances with masterful dialogue.
What could one want more than that?
The past two days have been wonderful. My first experience with Wong Kar-Wai was yesterday with In The Mood For love. It was an unique experience that I probably will remember far in the future. I have to say its title is very appropriate, not only because it's exactly what the character feel in the film but also put me in the mood for more love-story films and Wong Kar-Wai.
Now I've recently watched Chungking Express and to say the…