The Eye of Cinema.
Promising Not-So-Young Filmmaker🎬
Another one of those childhood classics that terrified me to the point of not revisiting it until I felt I'd matured enough. That was yesterday, and I'm 25. Nice, I'm sure I'll be able to watch The Exorcist by the time I'm 50.
Childhood traumas aside, this is one of Tim Burton's finest works. Maybe not narratively, which is pretty straight-forward and formulaic, functioning as a perfect horror tale for children, but visually. This film is a wonderful example of…
Hmm, if you thought Fast & Furious was indeed fast and furious, wait until you see Titane.
I left the cinema completely floored, feeling as if I'd just woken up from a feverish nightmare. And most importantly, I left the cinema when the credits started rolling, unlike my mother who had to leave halfway through it because she was getting sick to her stomach. I'm not kidding, this film HITS hard, so take this as a warning.
As for me, I…
Bigger, larger, greater. If you thought having such a massive budget for Blade Runner 2049 was risky, wait until you see this semi-blockbuster, semi-auteuristic gargantuan adventure. Denis Villeneuve, quite literally, spared no expense and the result will daze to their core those who appreciate heavy world building.
I found it even provocative how such a gigantic film with a packed cinema on opening night dared to slacken the pace considerably to explore the protagonist’s dreamy psyche. It goes without saying…
Third round, and it was just as exhilarating.
Can confirm the rewatch quality of this is immense, and it only gets better and better as you pick up all the thematic richness that goes in every single frame. For almost three hours, I can feel part of this universe, of this Dune.
For those of us who love escapism in film, this is just a dream come true.