Shipwrecked among 8 million people.
He was always alone, always by himself. Never anyone to share the game. He lived in another world. He was that kind of guy."
In my opinion, there are some script problems lying around; some characters deserved more depth/screen time and the main humanistic theme of the movie basically echoes back to the beautiful Grand Finale of the TV Show.
But hey, the rest is so good. Melancholic existentialism mixed with the usual powder keg of Sci-Fi/Neo-Noir/Western/Hong-Kong Action Movie.
In other words: Cowboy Bebop good.
This movie was excessive, nasty, trashy, full of socio-political stereotypes and tasteless clichés. All these defects serve a purpose though: they're among the best tools Satyre can use to be emotionally powerful and intellectually poignant.
I think its divisiveness as a movie is also a testimony of its effectiveness. We can really see a deformation of our reality in there - a grotesque farce which doesn't really represent our world, but the socio-political milieu we live in. This incarnates our…
Probably the best movie I've watched in this 2019, so far.
The plot is basic indeed and denying this is naive - almost as naive as several dramaturgic points scattered trough the unraveling of an already-seen love story.
Nevertheless, Mieli's directing and screenwriting skills show a masterful touch which never falls into platitudes, deadening the corny tropes of the genre and avoiding whatsoever empathetic obstacle to a fully-emotional participation to a bittersweet movie.
In particular, the clever and original choice…
Jack talked about how music is essentially twelve notes between any octave. Twelve notes and the octave repeats. It's the same story told over and over, forever. All any artist can offer the world is how they see those twelve notes. That's it. He loved how you see them.
This quote actually exposes the whole problem of this movie.
Where are the ideas?
The movie undoubtedly works. It's a nice, entertaining film. Songs are great. Cooper made a good job…