Lucas Hedges studied Shia LaBeouf extensively to play a younger version of him in @HoneyBoyMovie, watching his films and hours of YouTube videos.
See them together in @HoneyBoyMovie, now playing in additional cities.
ไม่น่าเชื่อว่า #ShiaLaBeouf จะต้องเจอเหตุการณ์แบบนี้ในวัยเด็ก อึดอัดกว่า Joker ก็เรื่องนี้แหละพูดเลย ทั้งเรื่องจะได้ยินแต่เสียง พ่อ พ่อ พ่อ พ่อ พ่อ พ่อที่เอาแต่บ่น สบถ และไม่เคยให้ใจลูก คุณน้อง #NoahJupe ก็แสดงดีมาก อึดอัดแทนน้อง Shia กล้ามาก กล้าที่จะเปิดเผยปมวัยเด็กของเค้า ทั้งพ่อ ทั้งการบำบัดจิตเวช ได้น้ำตากูไปเยอะมากเรื่องนี้ ปรบมือ👏🏻😢 #Repost @honeyboymovie
“Every single one of us got a grudge.” See the film critics are calling “the healing film of the year.” (@vice & @i_d)
Trey Edward Shults for ANTHEM magazine. Photographed by Vincent Tullo. In early 2016, Trey clued me into the third feature he was currently writing: “I’m a fan of European trilogies by directors like Lars von Trier and Ingmar Bergman. It’s an unofficial trilogy in that they’re tied together thematically. I can see the correlation between them in my head, but I don’t know if the audience necessarily will. Krisha deals with regret and rage. Death will be a huge factor in It Comes at Night. The third one will have elements of these two movies, and more.” With Waves, this incredibly kind, intelligent, and self-proclaimed film nerd has an unblemished filmography. Go support Waves, now in select theaters. #treyedwardshults#wavesmovie#taylorrussell#kelvinharrisonjr#sterlingkbrown#lucashedges#a24#itcomesatnight#krisha
#7 Top 30 2010s Films
Lady Bird (2017) dir. Greta Gerwig
I relive Lady Bird everyday at home. I see in my mom and little sister the kind of love Queen Greta captured in this simple, not at all simplistic, film. It feels like a bittersweet, melancholic, yet ultimately conciliatory memory that moves me with its boundless sincerity and tenderness. That same tenderness and love the film describes as attention, because that's what a mother is, and Lady Bird is a form of saying you love her
Lady Bird (2017) dir. Greta Gerwig
Revivo cada día Lady Bird en mi casa. Veo en mi madre y mi hermana la vida y el tipo de amor que captura la reina Greta en esta sencilla, que no simple, cinta. Es un recuerdo agridulce, melancólico y , finalmente, reconciliador que me conmueve con su desbordante sinceridad y cariño. Ese cariño que la película describe como atención, porque eso es una madre, y Lady Bird una manera de decirle que la quieres •
Review: Honey Boy (2019), dir. Alma Har'el
From "the kid from Transformers" to internet meme to acclaimed writer and actor. Shia Labeouf is someone who, despite the many stupid things he has done in the past, has always caught my interest whenever his name appears in a new film or on the internet. People who have seen films like Fury and American Honey already knew that he is a talented actor; yet nothing comes close to the achievement that is Honey Boy.
Not only did he write a compelling, relatable and emotional story coming from deep inside of him, but he also managed to portray the character of his own father and their impact on eachother in such an authentic way that it was sometimes hard to believe that Shia Labeouf isn't his own father.
All jokes aside, his performance had my eyes glued to the screen from start to finish. His accent, the way he moves, his facial expressions, the emotion he brings to the screen honestly overwhelmed me. It's safe to say that this film is very much his own project and that the execution of it was extremely important to him.
It's a film that made me think about my own upbringing, my parents and their seperation, my own experiences with drugs and how they impacted me and partly made me who I am, which is what Shia does with this project as well; compensating his own development and his relationship to his father, and in a way embodying an act of forgiveness.
I thought all the other performances were great, if anything there's not enough scenes with Lucas Hedges, who plays the Shia of recent years. Noah Jupe impressed me a lot as well, but unfortunately it didn't feel like there was a lot to appreciate about the directing, the soundtrack or the cinematography. It's a 90 minute film, and honestly I wanted more, but ultimately this film was extremely engaging and I can't wait to see it again.
Make sure to let me know your thoughts on the movie below👇