How to live so you can look yourself in the eye in front of a mirror?
Finally decided to watch Sonny Boy. I highly enjoyed it, can't believe I missed this anime at the season back when it was being aired. I love what's the show is trying to represent with its themes and ideas which ties in the story telling, Shingo Natsume did a great job with it. Its been a while since an artsy slow paced anime originals that felt so abstract that reminds me of some of the classics such as Serial Experiments Lain,…
To think that Charlie Kaufman makes his directorial debut in a way that can only be described as the most bizarrely brilliant yet sorrowful film that left you confused and dumfounded but also makes you feel a sense of appreciation of the art itself as you watch the film.
Synecdoche New York tells the story of depressed man named Caden that brilliantly played by the late Philip Seymour Hoffman, whose the character is a theatre director who sees no motive…
Park Chan-wook is back in his first feature film after six years with another twist and turn crime-drama entitled “Decision to Leave”. The film proceeds to follow the investigation of a murder case as the detective falls for the femme fatale’s wiles. The detective’s character, Hae-jun, who is enchanted by Seo Rae, the wife of a supposedly murdered mountain climber. As Seo Rae becomes the main suspect of her husband homicide investigation, the two of them later on become acquainted…
Paul Thomas Anderson as both director and cinematographer delivers a flawless visually stunning work of art. Executed by an outstanding performance from Daniel Day-Lewis.
I can't escape the feeling that this film represent, it's something about the theme and the subtleness of the film that flows well with the plot so seamlessly, all of it captured and complimented by Johnny Greenwood's beautiful scores that layered in mood, from its looping, classical solo piano themes to a lush orchestra that somehow recalls '50s Hitchcock vibe.