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  • Dunkirk



    It seems, to me, that with Dunkirk Nolan finally addressed the problems his detractors usually have towards his work. I am one of those detractors, so I am very happy to see him change and adapt.

    His stories often are based on convoluted ideas? This time is only fighting for survival.

    He cannot shot action sequences, expecially close range ones? This film has none. In fact we don't even see the enemy (but we sure feel his presence).

    He usualy…

  • Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me

    Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me


    Finally! It took me three watches to get this film, but now I'm hooked. It probably helped that the new season of Twin Peaks is way more similar in tone to Fire Walk with Me than to the old serie.

    So, yes, Twin Peaks can work even when sex, drug and violence are clearly on display. It may be a departure from the quirky esthetic of the '90s' episodes, but so what? It is also way more tense and painful.…

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  • The Revenant

    The Revenant


    I respect this movie.
    I respect the effort everyone has put into this, filming in harsh conditions and committing his work to a realism rare this days.

    However, I've come to the conclusion that I don't like Iñárritu's style. Much like in Birdman I found this handheld long takes annoying and distracting. Even in the most violent scenes, I was never into the film, always on the film. And when I'm more interested in watching the making of than the…

  • It's Such a Beautiful Day

    It's Such a Beautiful Day


    It's Such a Beautiful Day racconta la storia di Bill (il migliore stick-man che mai sia stato disegnato) e l'aggravarsi del suo disturbo cerebrale: memoria breve, ricordi sfocati, stupore per ogni cosa, una prospettiva diversa sul mondo.

    Con questo film, Don Hertzfeldt compie un vero e proprio salto di qualità, passando dai suoi iconici corti assurdi e violenti ad un racconto toccante e profondo, capace di stupire, divertire ed espandere i limiti dell'animazione con una semplicità sconcertante.