Life Sucks If You Don't Fly Business Class: The Movie.
Like "Ratatouille" and "The Lion King", "Coco" has as its central theme the conflict between individual wishes versus established traditions. The original touch here is to use a profound backdrop of death, not as a moment of life, but as a place. The eye-popping visuals that do justice to Mexican culture glitter and stun, and the twist and turns of the story might not be so heftly dealt, but entertain.
Nothing, however, prepares you for an emotionally drenching scene that…
There are films that, even before you watch them, you know you’re going to fall in love with them. Then, there are also films that when you watch them, you know they’re going to stay with you forever. “Call Me By Your Name”, the latest masterpiece by Luca Guadagnino, falls into these two categories.
The screenplay, based on André Aciman’s novel, was written by Guadagnino himself, Walter Fasano (taking the job of editor as well) and the great James…