No wonder it’s called ‘Wonder.’ It’s a wonderful story about how every person can be that wonder. It’s heartfelt, uplifting and well-acted. Lots of love to Stephen Chbosky & Jacob Tremblay.
Enigmatic and thought-provoking at best, Darren Aronofsky’s mother! transcends the traditional storytelling. It might look like some mystery story, but inside it showcases the writer-director’s belief on parallelism between theocentric views and ecocentric belief.
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The way I see it, the father (Javier Bardem, credited as ‘Him’) is a patient poet with sense of creation and forgivefulness. While mother (Jennifer Lawrence) is a protective figure who loves Him endlessly. Him is ‘God’ as we perceive it and mother…
If you think Elysium's exoskeleton is formidable and Pacific Rim is heroically comical, you might get a glimpse of how Edge of Tomorrow looks.This film looks bluntly like a mash-up of modern sci-fi invasion but with massive rampage and clever, playful plot---it makes you feel like playing an arcade game with "almost" infinite restart button. Edge of Tomorrow has the potential of being this year's sleeper hit.