Eddie Redmayne's performance as this formidable man is the single… MoreEddie Redmayne's performance as this formidable man is the single greatest thing about a film with fine craftsmanship, poetic beauty in visual and musical sense, but overall there is no lasting impression, as it recurs to common and seemingly unavoidable sanctimonious clichés in the biopic catalog.
Atmospherical and gripping. A sheer triumph of pulp, neo-noir fiction.… MoreAtmospherical and gripping. A sheer triumph of pulp, neo-noir fiction. Jake Gyllenhaal astounds as Lou Bloom, a mild mannered antihero whose creepiness goes beyond the surface, sharing his disregard for human life and an unhealthy and morally questionable passion for capturing crude reality on film with Mark Lewis, the central figure of the notorious British psychological thriller "Peeping Tom".
A vibrant, surreal, freeform, jazzy, stream-of-conciousness… MoreA vibrant, surreal, freeform, jazzy, stream-of-conciousness existential fable with emotional and witty performances. Probably Gonzalez Iñarritu's best work since his debut and Michael Keaton's deserved comeback into the cinematic myths he walked away from.