Love according to Malick, and not really a character study but in fact… MoreLove according to Malick, and not really a character study but in fact a "director study" that works as a direct follow-up to The Tree of Life. It is a lyrical and extremely revealing self-portrait of a deeply sensitive man who is able to dive into sheer beauty but never into real passion.
It is immensely refreshing to meet again these two characters who we… MoreIt is immensely refreshing to meet again these two characters who we once (twice) learned to love, in a story that examines with the uttermost honesty the natural conflicts of married life, which are also present for this couple who seemed so suited for a happy ending together.
Even if the actors do not always manage to do their best and sometimes… MoreEven if the actors do not always manage to do their best and sometimes the story goes for needless clichťs of gay-themed movies, this drama outweighs its problems with a surprising chemistry between the leads and a satisfying conclusion.
A very faithful adaptation that, with all its glamorous costume and… MoreA very faithful adaptation that, with all its glamorous costume and production design, overstylized visuals and anachronic music that only add to it, proves to be a surprisingly riveting experience and lives up to the good novel that inspired it.
If this is really Soderbergh's last film, at least he parts in a good… MoreIf this is really Soderbergh's last film, at least he parts in a good note with this impressive movie that transits from one genre to another - switching protagonists and growing from an intimate drama about depression to a pharmaco-thriller with clever twists.
An efficient alternate story that ought to give major goosebumps in… MoreAn efficient alternate story that ought to give major goosebumps in trekkies and aficionados out there for its many overwhelming and well-inspired references - which compensates for how formulaic and intensely action-oriented it aims to be above everything else.
A visually stunning and very entertaining postmodern crossing of The… MoreA visually stunning and very entertaining postmodern crossing of The Flintstones and The Simpsons that will prove exciting for the whole family, offering a touching and quite appealing message about discovery and fear of change.
It is frustrating to see an efficient short movie adapted into such a… MoreIt is frustrating to see an efficient short movie adapted into such a weak and problematic feature film that, despite some creepy moments and good visual effects, is sadly bogged down by a pile of cheap scares, clichťs and inconsistencies.
Repetitious, confusing and mainly unfocused, Oblivion is a… MoreRepetitious, confusing and mainly unfocused, Oblivion is a misconceived hodgepodge of clichťs and contrivances from the first scene to the last. The result couldn't be stodgier and more predictable than what we see here.