it was so poetic i’m trying to fully understand it.
You know you're experiencing a marvelous acting when you don't see the actor, but the character she's/he's become: this is the starting point of the amazing journey that 'The Silence of the Lambs' is.
Both Academy Award winners for this movie, Jodie Foster and Anthony Hopkins are capable of delivering unforgettable performances. Hannibal Lecter is so unpredictable, deep and intelligent, all that creepiness comes to life when Hopkins enters the scene. The way he speaks, his looks, even his thoughts…
the kids are all right but this film clearly isn’t. not even the kids tho.
i just don’t get why a lesbian woman (julianne moore’s character, who says “i’m gay!!!” in the movie) would betray her wife with a MAN, specifically their sperm donor. from the moment they two kissed, the movie started to get weird vibes and it ruined the main idea to me. everything here is well done EXCEPT the screenplay, the idea to talk about kids with…