🎬 Dir: Andrei Tarkovsky
🎥 DoP: Aleksandr Knyazhinskiy, Georgi Rerberg, Leonid Kalashnikov
🎨 PD: Aleksandr Boym, Andrei Tarkovsky
44 minutes ago
“Blade Runner 2049” (2017)
🎬 Dir: Denis Villeneuve
🎥 DoP: Roger Deakins 🎨 PD: Dennis Gassner
40 minutes ago
Renegade Recommendations #39
Starring: Tom Hardy
Directed by: Nicholas Winding Refn
Plot Synopsis: This brutal biopic follows the early life and incarceration of Britain’s most notorious criminal, Michael Peterson aka Charles Bronson.
Best Aspects of the Film:
I) Tour de force performance from Tom Hardy
II) Comedic moments juxtaposed with ferocious violence
III) Gorgeous cinematography with a nostalgic feel
Where to Watch: “Bronson” can currently be streamed on Tubi.
Have you seen “Bronson?” What were your thoughts on it? Let me know in the comments!
50 minutes ago
A Cure for Wellness (2017)
Dir. Gore Verbinski
DP. Bojan Bazelli
20 hours ago
FIRST TO FINAL
Fight Club (1999)
Dir. David Fincher
DP. Jeff Cronenweth
“You met me at a very strange time in my life.”
Blade Runner 2049 (2017)
I wish this film never ended...One of the most beautiful films of all time! To call this film anything but amazing is an understatement. Every single shot is pure art! I can already tell, this is going to be one of those films that I will see dozens of times in my life.
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Today to see a title of these! with a good handful of popcorn!!✌😍💿
“Cinderella” / 1950 / “Salaga-doola, menchika-boola, Bibbidi-bobbidi-boo. Put them together, and what have you got? Bibbidi-bobbidi-boo. Salaga-doola, menchika-boola, Bibbidi-bobbidi-boo. It will do magic, believe it or not, Bibbidi-bobbidi-boo. Now, ‘Salagadoola’ means, ‘A-Menchika-boola-roo,’ but the the thingamabob, that does the job, is ‘Bibbidi-bobbidi-boo.’ “
Top 8 'G' Films (Redux):
Goodness gracious me! Gee-whizz! Getta load of this! 'G' is back baby! And the official top eight films haven't changed too much, with films like 'The Great Dictator' and 'The Graduate' still on the watch list. Yet a few honourable mentions have certainly creeped up which could potentially improve upon further viewings. Unfortunately the likes of 'Grave of the Fireflies' and 'Goldeneye' didn't quite make it. But check out all of these gnarly titles (couldn't think of an adjective beginning with 'G', my brain is fried):
- Ghost in the Shell (8/10)
- A Ghost Story (8/10)
- The Girl Who Leapt Through Time (8/10)
- Goldfinger (9/10) [Not Reviewed]
- Guardians of the Galaxy (9/10) [Not Reviewed]
- Get Out (10/10)
- The Godfather (9/10)
- The Godfather Part II (10/10)
- Gone Girl (10/10) [Not Reviewed]
- Good Will Hunting (9/10)
- The Grand Budapest Hotel (10/10) [Not Reviewed]
- Gravity (10/10)
- The Green Mile (9/10)
What are your favourite films beginning with 'G'? Be sure to let me know!
Bite-Sized Movie Reviews - Rocketman (2019) - Here's a movie that couldnt really decide if it was a biopic or a musical and instead decided to (successfully) be both. Directed by Dexter Fletcher (shout out to the Press Gang...anyone remember that? No?), who was also the finishing director on Bohemian Rhapsody (after Bryan Singer threw a temper tantrum and left the set), Rocketman takes Elton John's story from a struggle with drugs and alcohol and elevates it to a multi-layered and insightful look into the psyche of one of England's most celebrated musicians. Taron Egerton embodies the man himself right down to his movements, dancing, eccentricities, and smile. It's a character recreation very much on par with Malek's Mercury. The visuals are fun and spectacular and the music and composition is excellent. Highly recommend. Also, minor observation, John Reid was portrayed in both Rocketman and Bohemian Rhapsody. Both actors who played him also played characters on Game of Thrones. • • •
Monday Happiness~ film edition 🎬. I fell in love with cinema as a young girl before I experienced very much of life in the real world. Film was a place of magic & endless possibilities & a place where a curious soul could discover a home. I still feel that a good film is more real than irl interactions at times- if you are open to sitting in the dark, suspending all that disbelief u usually carry, open to entering into someone else's story, open to having your heart connect & expand to aspects of the human experience that you might not have noticed when ur walking around in ur day to day life...then a small miracle occurs & just possibly u might encounter urself in some true way.
3 French films I ♥️~
LES PARAPLUIES DE CHERBOUG 🔸 a complete dream in every way. The color palette, Michel Legrand's score, France in the 60s, Catherine Deneuve- is she even real?!
BEGINNERS 🔸 an American film yes, but I feel like Mélanie Laurent is such a wonder & it's such a captivating film. I love the honesty of it, like all Mike Mills films. Mélanie Laurent has always made me feel like I could be more me, that it's okay to be a strange girl, vulnerable, hopeful, sad, real.
Brigitte Bardot 🔸 listed here bc her contribution to my life was making me feel 15% better about having breasts at a time when my friends didn't. ( • )( • )
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