Several days I refused to write a review about WORDS AND PICTURES, because a small imaginary Clive Owen sat on my keyboard and screamed at me. “Mind your words. Words are something precious.” I doubted that I could be able to fulfill such a high demand, but today I thought to myself: “Crap! If I don’t do it today, I will never do it.” I actually felt the enthusiasm of Owens latest role. He plays the passionate and popular English…
“[…] We do [believe] in the visual effects industry, that anything is possible as long as you have enough time, resources and, of course, money.” In a TED lecture about the digitalized aging process of Brad Pitt in the movie THE CURIOUS CASE OF BENJAMIN BUTTON Visual Effects expert Ed Ulbrich explains that basically everything is possible with the contemporary technical devices. You just need time, resources and, of course, money. Those three things are certainly part of director Richard…
What I learned from this, is
that a poem doesn't have to rhyme.
A film review also doesn't have to,
although my first thought was to do so.
There's a busdriver who drives day in and day out through a city.
He has the same name as the city
and the actor who portrays him is named after his job description.
Poetic and ambiguous.
Paterson's beautiful wife with the deep black hair wants to become rich through baking cupbakes.