I really enjoyed this. It has a good story, well acted and some funny moments as well. I’ve not seen the original of this which probably helped. I always enjoy Will Ferrell and he worked with well with Julia Louis-Dreyfus. They both played their parts well with a good mixture of drama and comedy. It won’t be for everyone though but I enjoyed my time watching it.
Richard Stanley is quite a character and I’m looking forward to seeing his new film with Nic Cage. Anyway, this documentary is really entertaining. Once the stories get going there is some really eye opening insights into the film industry. I found my self laughing quite a bit as well at just how bad things appeared to get. He really seemed out of his depth, add to that so much bad luck and it makes for a great story. Fair…
This Chazelle lad is 33. He’s made la la land, whiplash and now this. By 33 my top ten achievements included how to wire a plug and boil an egg.
After seeing this I’m probably not going to bother applying for an astronaut job now as it looks like loads of maths, lots of very dangerous maths.
Joking aside though this guy is a super talented film maker and we are going to have many years of great films from…
What an absolutely bananas films this is. It’s kind of like a mash up of dune, green lantern, the mask, perfect storm, valerian, Godzilla, and about another hundred films. It’s kind of like eating a ham and malteser sandwich with honey and garlic on it and although it sounds awful it turns out to be quite delicious!
I really enjoyed this as it is a lot of daft yet hugely imaginative fun. It’s all over the place but in a…