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I recently heard that Stanley Kubrick stretched out his film Barry Lyndon so long to the point were we would have to call it an epic or a masterpiece. Why do people think that the longer a film is it seems more brilliant? Well the more time you spend watching it the film grows on you. The 200 minute long JFK was a fantastic film in its own rights and like Lyndon it is one of the greatest examples of masterful filmmaking. But JFK was flawed and so was Lyndon. I dont think that the longer a…Continue
My last analysis, as you know, was a review. I think with a film like this works like a long prayer, cannot be discussed with simple words or shrugged off. Those critics that found fault with this film must have had their reasons. I did say in my original analysis that it would not be my final word on the movie. I am still young and so is the film, and yet it feels older, more wise than most films of this sort.
I have only seen a short amount of films of this kind. Gaspar Noe's…Continue
Added by Andrew on July 23, 2011 at 11:32pm — No Comments
Now I recently downloaded the Roger Ebert Great Movies app and I love it which gave me an idea.
I rewatch and watch older films every week and I don't like writing current reviews for them like their new. Now I figure if i love a film right off the bat, i should just blog once every week about a film that has deeply affected the way i watch movies.
Thank you to Roger Ebert who inspired this.
Films i might add to great movies over the months
There Will Be…Continue
Added by Andrew on July 9, 2011 at 6:26pm — No Comments
Lowering my standards for a Woody Allen film, i should be ashamed but his other films in THIS generation suck. So i walked into this expecting, well a good time, what i got was deeper. This movie opens with at least a five minute slide show of paris in different views, giving off different beauty perspectives. This set a tone that the film would follow that i admire. It is some cross between Manhattan and Annie Hall, the visual beauty of this film was really something, this film never got a…Continue
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I on occasion read a super hero comic. Marvel being my favorite. But just to make things clear i am strictly X Men, in my mind Thor sucks, (comic and film) Spider Man is okay and the Hulk is fun, but the X Men is the one i always pick up. This film tells the history of the bromance between young Professor X (James Mcavoy) and young Magneto (Michael Fassbender). Why Marvel studios tosses out origin films this summer out of the blue is their way of getting us pumped for the inevitable Avengers…Continue
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