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Review - Goldfinger
Milestone of the Bond films.
Goldfinger distinguishes with his amazing score and acting performances.
However, I'm severely disappointed by the waste of the storyline which is significantly simpler than in From Russia with Love and the last fight sequences. The film develops its character in the middle of the film, but that part might be just a little too slow for me.
Review - How to Operate Behind Enemy Lines
That film is both pretty entertaining and instructive. Indeed acting, and production aren't incredible, but as I said it still remains more entertaining than most of what the USA army produced.
Enola Holmes (2020)
Review - Enola Holmes
Faithful adaptation to a poorly written graphic novel.
Apart from the feminism message which I thought was essential to the story and Millie Bobby Brown's performance in which she shows an acting range that I didn't expect.
This movie disappointed me as much as Nancy Springer's story. It fails to capture even the most elementary aspect of Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes.
Closer to fan fiction than anything else.
From Russia with Love (1963)
Review - From Russian with Love
Fun action, witty humor, more complex characters, charismatic villain, more gadget.
This film moved gave some interesting character development to Daniella Blanchi's character, and perfected the espionage game of the franchise.
The Bourne Supremacy (2004)
Review - The Bourne Supremacy
The film is a satisfying sequel to The Bourne Identity as far as storytelling goes. Unlike the James Bond and the Mission Impossible franchises, The Bourne films are connected by their intrigue, Tony Gilroy did a good job at connecting the dots.
The Bourne Supremacy's biggest flaw comes from the switch of the director. Where Doug Liman was bad to film action Paul Greengrass is awful. As far as I'm concerned, the action scenes are awfully filmed. It is a pity considering that there are some talents in the choreography department.
The last problem is Brian Cox. His character, Ward Abbot, doesn't have the same complexity that Conklin had with Bourne. Thus, as the main villain, he is extremely disappointing.
Peau d'âne (1970)
Almost couldn't finish it
Extremely different from the story that I have heard, but closer to Charles Perrault's. This tale, itself, is problematic, one major problem is that it could very well be separated into independent tales. In a way, Charles Perrault acknowledged that when he wrote Cendrillon in 1698.
The "coup de grâce" to this film was given by the major and intentional anachronisms as well as the very poor production values, I hardly imagine how you can fall so low in terms of costume design!
Perhaps the only fine aspect of the film is the duration, but 30 min would have been enough to tell the whole plot and keep me interested.
In fact, the reality is even more unbelievable than the film, there are some things that Maïmouna Doucouré couldn't depict in this film, she only vaguely brushes the surface. She shows what could happen rather than what happens, and that is a strong point of the film because there is no need to fall into what some might have considered a "paranoiac case study"
However, the way it filmed divided me, there is too much to make a light-hearted film, but not enough to revolt.
Indeed, this is not a masterpiece, but I think that everyone should watch this open-minded.
La baie des anges (1963)
Review - La baie des anges
The characterization is barebone but well balanced with the film's theme of superficial wealth and Michel Legrand's score is almost a miracle considering its extreme simplicity, but La baie des anges remains a very typic French New Wave film, Jacques Demy didn't have the audacity that he will have only 1 year later for Les parapluies de Cherbourg or for Les demoiselles de Rochefort 3 years later.
Review - The Memphis Belle: A Story of a Flying Fortress
The Memphis Belle is a film that depicts war with realism, without any artifices, and as bland as possible. It is his biggest value but also is the biggest flaw, in the sense, that the action is rarely well place in the shot, the editing is confusing and overstated and the sound is frequently unintelligible.
In any case, a film as historically important as The Memphis Belle or other WWII propaganda can't be ignored whether it is artistically bad or good.
Most Immersive Film of 2020
Tenet is a fantastic film, it is a sci-fi action, with an immense scale.
The action itself is both a mix between James Bond homage, breathtaking shots, but most importantly well-edited action scenes. Even Nolan's haters won't be able to criticize him on that as those action sequences are already meant to be references. In simpler words, Nolan topped himself in directing action sequences.
When I said that Tenet is immense in scale, I meant it, it is shot in many countries, and it is almost on Dunkirk's level in terms of extras.
All the elements pointed below brought us the most immersive film of 2020. I think that you should definitely see this one on IMAX!
Review - Upgrade
Upgrade is a sci-fi film directed by Leigh Whannel known for Insidious: Chapter 3 and more recently, The Invisible Man. It is about a paraplegic man and his quest for revenge on the murderers of his wife.
Despite, the first few minutes of this film slightly getting inspiration from Ex Machina, it rapidly evolves into a much more gory feature film. Honestly, Upgrade has major issues, like the choppy choreographies of Chris Weir and the empty acting of Logan Marshall-Green, but you will want to forget all these when you see the final results. I'm not saying that Whannell is an excellent director but camera angles and violence treatment are some things that he knows to handle.
I recommend this movie if you have no problem with mixing Asimov and violence.
Call Me by Your Name (2017)
Review - Call Me by Your Name
The screenplay is not particularly memorable in Call Me by Your Name, the situation seems too convenient to be gripping, and to me, it felt more like a lust story than a love story.
Timothée Chalamet and Armie Hammer are the ones carrying this film with their performances and the directing of Luca Guadagnino
So, is Call Me by Your Name a good movie? I guess so, but it doesn't stand out as must-watch.
The Great Escape (1963)
Review - The Great Escape
Indeed, The Great Escape is not a war movie. Instead, it is a wonderful and thrilling entertainment filled with top-notch action sequences.
The joyful score and the physical humor simply did a great job to keep investment in the story while the screenplay unpacks all the nuance in his characters.
Even the Germans aren't completely ridiculed or demonized which brings me to the point that it is one of those American war films that aren't deliberately patriotic!
The Great Escape is most certainly one of the greatest action films of all time.
Cop Land (1997)
Review - Cop Land
This movie is one of my biggest disappointment, I expected a lot when I saw the cast (Robert De Niro, Harvey Keitel, Sylvester Stallone, Ray Liotta, Robert Patrick), but truly, Cop Land is not more than a bland caricature concerning some crooked cops, and the good cop trying to keep his town peaceful.
I have rarely said that of De Niro's character, but he has screen time only because he is Robert De Niro, his character had no point at all in existing, and Bob De Niro himself seems disinterested in bringing passion to his role.
In other words, don't drink this soup of Brussels sprouts.
Babettes gæstebud (1987)
Review - Babettes gæstebud
Babette's Feast is not simply better than the short story of Isak Dinesen/Karen Blixen. It is a masterpiece in many ways.
After 30 years in France, Gabriel Axel came back to Danemark, and this is his first Danish film. Fortunately, for him, Out of Africa of Sydney Pollack released 2 years before Babette's Feast was a major success, and stimulated studios to produce another adaptation of Karen Blixen's career.
First of all, this film is most certainly, the best food movie of all time. At the opposite of modern films, food is so much more than just an accessory, it is elevated to an art form.
But most importantly, Axel extracted the core of Blixen's story, and the most moving parts when he crafted that film leaving out the unneeded backstory behind General Lorens Löwenhielm.
In short, Babette's Feast is a fable that doesn't leave you indifferent and that you must watch.
The Last Emperor (1987)
Review - The Last Emperor (TV Version)
Definitively, a grandiose piece of arts.
One of The Last Emperor, is great strength is excellent production values, especially, in the costume design and production design, and Bertolucci's directing feels only more necessary as it develops the history and mystic surrounding the Forbidden City. Like Pu-Yi in his early years, we are new to the traditions and life of the emperors.
Besides, I couldn't praise without mentioning the underappreciated performance of John Lone and Peter O'Toole. Together these performances were able to explore Pu-Yi's story from emperor to citizen.
Dr. Zhivago and Lawrence of Arabia respectively made us love snow and sand, I sincerely believe that after watching this film, you are gonna love China.
Paris, Texas (1984)
Review - Paris, Texas
It is by this film that I discovered Wim Wenders is filmography and learned to appreciate the immense character actor that is Harry Dean Stanton which is quite funny since he plays the leading role in this Palme d'or.
I couldn't ask more than this movie, it proposes an in-depth analysis of relationships (Father-Son, Brother-Brother, Husband-Wife) in a realistic and touching way while taking maximum profit of complex acting performances and simple yet effective directing
There is nothing less or more to say about Paris, Texas. It is a movie that can't be described traditionally, you need to see it to feel it.
Eyes Wide Shut (1999)
Review - Eyes Wide Shut
Kubrick never lost his talent for directing, but he certainly missed the key that alimented is precedent daring and ambiguous stories. In a certain way, this film surfed on the cult status of 2001: A Space Odyssey, The Shining, and A Clock Work Orange.
This film is faithful to Kubrick's previous ones in terms of color palette, it is always enjoyable to see how many different emotions he can transpose to screen with red. However, all those gimmicks in the production design are for fans of Kubrick clues to the resolution of the story.
The so call "odyssey" of Bill felt long and extremely redundant in ideas exactly like the predictable and cheesy dialogue.
But really, Eyes Wide Shut is too explanatory. If you pay a little attention you can easily notice that Kubrick is giving away every bit of substances, and you realize that after all, it is just bones wrapped in aesthetic eroticism.
Still Alice (2014)
Review - Still Alice
Julian Moore is without any doubt a great actress, but it is impressive to witness how Richard Glatzer and Wash Westmoreland managed to write roles that fit Kristen Stewart and Alec Balwin.
Unfortunately, except for its touching performance, and the suiting cinematography, Still Alice, according to me, missed great opportunities to construct drama and suspense. The suspenseful scene of that movie was defused by some Deus ex machina, and the film failed to introduce the last stages of Alzheimer's disease, as far as I'm concerned, bringing a relation to death would have enhanced the message of the film.
As I said, apart from amazing roles, it is nothing more than a "feel-good" movie reducing Alzheimer's to a simple memory loss.
The Iron Lady (2011)
Review - The Iron Lady
I don't think that I have said this often enough. Biopics are the lowest form of actual cinema, these movies are reusing the same formula, at the risk of missing/corrupting some key moments of the actual story.
The premise itself of an old woman who still can't accept the death of her husband has potential, but it is poorly filmed and mixed with lazy "Best Of..." nostalgia.
Meryl Streep isn't convincing as Margaret Thatcher. She is not a bad actress, but the character is excessively bland a politically correct. Especially for such a controversial and interesting political figure. Deifying a character (even a god) is never a good writing choice in my book.
Manchester by the Sea (2016)
Review - Manchester by the Sea
Manchester by the Sea is a moving of a depressed and helpless uncle.
It is amazing to see that Kenneth Lonergan and Casey Affleck worked together to take grief and depression seriously.
This movie is subtle and sad. Manchester by the Sea is even better since you can relate with it, there is no cheesy and supportive dialogue nor feel-good moments.
Some moments seemed slow but were later justified by the screenplay. In other words, there is neither apparent "cliché" of filling in this movie. Everything is constructed as a "dialogue" between the main protagonists.
Review - Berserk: Ougon jidai-hen III - Kourin
This is the peak of what the Berserk trilogy has to offer in terms of drama, gore, nudity.
It is an extraordinary conclusion for this rather disturbing saga. The battles are as abundant in this film then it is predecessor, but they surpass everything, speaking of bloodshed. The motivations of those battles are more than ever relevant to the theme and the plot of the saga so we are enormously concerned about their outcome for our 3 protagonists.
However, be warned this anime is probably not for everyone. it deals with bizarre imagery, many torture sequences, rape, depression, shattered friendship, etc.
Review - Lolita
An amazing movie, and a beautifully transcribed screenplay. The implication of Vladimir Nabokov who is also the author of the original novel surely is responsible for a good part. Nevertheless, Kubrick has a gift to translate books on the silver screen.
Its perfectly handled camera movement, pacing, and subtlety. Lolita this movie is truly great. However, Peter Sellers' character is poorly introduced, his appearances tend to unbalance the tone.
One of the excellent aspects of this film that I didn't raise in the preceding paragraph is the performance of Sue Lyon who stole the show. It is quite tragic how her character's situation can be associated with her own family, Sue Lyon's dad died when she was 10 months, and her mom took care of Sue alone. Anyway, her performance deserved an Oscars nomination. In fact, she would have deserved to win Best Actress in a Supporting Role.
A little different from Kubrick's usual style, but still a must-watch for movie fans.
Hulk Vs. (2009)
Review - Hulk Vs.
Both of those relatively short stories are disappointing. The first one, Hulk Vs. Thor has little storytelling, poor dialogue, and clunky animation. It is all focused on the combat, the resolution of the rivalry is quite poor and predictable.
The second film, Hulk Vs. Wolverine, is indeed more bloody, and the story is more engaging to viewers, it brings well voice acted character like Deadpool. The problem is that the battle in this movie is more of a premise than a promise.
In conclusion, be smart, don't get tricked lie me by Marvel fans into seeing this cheap double-feature animated film, you are surely gonna be disappointed.
Review - Berserk: Ougon jidai-hen II - Dorudorei koryaku
Better than Part - 1
In this opus, we are getting a lot more character development and answers than in the first one. Another good point is that this movie isn't sacrificing any aspect that I liked from Part - 1. The pacing is also much better.
The animation is pretty fluid, making it easy to enjoy and follow the amazing battle sequences. If you have seen the film you probably know that I'm referring to one particular battle, but anyway. This movie is as violent, as ambitious and as shocking as the first one.
In conclusion, if you liked Part - 1 more than me then you will surely love this movie, and if you were disappointed, I still suggest that you give Berserk - Part 2 a try before you abandon this franchise.