Su @primevideoit da oggi è disponibile #ModernLove , una serie di storie brevi sull'amore in tutte le sue forme, interpretate da un cast di volti noti. E' pure una letterà d'amore a New York, parte integrante della serie.
Toy Story 4' (2019), Josh Cooley Ratings: Filmaffinity Note: 7.6 Note on IMD : 8.4 Personal note: 8 Quote: "He is not lost. Not anymore. Until infinity and beyond" #toystory4#woody#buzzlightyear#toystory
A new image for Focus Features’ upcoming bio-drama “Dark Waters” has been released; courtesy of Entertainment Weekly. The film, which stars Mark Ruffalo, Anne Hathaway, Tim Robbins, Bill Camp, Victor Garber, Mare Winningham, William Jackson Harper, Bill Pullman, and Louisa Krause, was directed by Todd Haynes from a screenplay by Matthew Michael Carnahan and Mario Correa, based on Nathaniel Rich’s New York Times article “The Lawyer Who Became DuPont’s Worst Nightmare.” “Inspired by a shocking true story, a tenacious attorney (Ruffalo) uncovers a dark secret that connects a growing number of unexplained deaths due to one of the world's largest corporations. In the process, he risks everything – his future, his family, and his own life - to expose the truth.” “Dark Waters” will be arriving in select theaters on November 22nd, 2019. What are your guys’ thoughts on the image? #DarkWaters#ToddHaynes#MarkRuffalo#AnneHathaway#TimRobbins#BillCamp#VictorGarber#MareWinningham#WilliamJacksonHarper#BillPullman#LouisaKrause#MatthewMichaelCarnahan#MarioCorrea#NathanielRich#NewImage
Interstellar (2014) is a sci-fi space epic film directed by Christopher Nolan, co-written with his brother Jonathan Nolan.
I'm currently planning on releasing my ranking of all the Nolan films so far & I roughly have an idea of where each film is ranked at. Interstellar is last on the ranking & I remember I wasn't impressed by Interstellar when I first watched it 5 years ago. I don't remember why. I know its a very beloved film by many in the film community & regarded as one of the best space exploration films in this generation, possibly all time.
So I made the decision to rewatch the film to give it a second chance. Hoping that with the knowledge of film I've gained in the 5 year time span, I'd be able to see the film in a different perspective & get a positive opinion.
I'll start with positives. From a visual & technical side, it was fantastic with top notch visual effects, cinematography by Hoyte van Hoytema, & the beautiful score by Hans Zimmer. A great example of a film that has the best when it comes to the technical side.
The performances of the main cast were terrific although Casey Affleck & Timothee Chalamet were underused, especially Casey. Wait this is a negative, ah fuck it lmao.
There are definitely some Nolan traits here. The protagonist isn't as flawed but the other characters are. There is moral ambiguity explored, there is an ambiguous ending, there is a plot twist, & there is a bit of nonlinear narrative, just a tad bit of it.
I also really enjoyed the two robots CASE & TARS. But again a negative, the robots' humour setting was at 90% dropped to 75% but I rarely noticed any jokes from them until the ending when Cooper dropped it to 60 percent.
Unfortunately, I still am not impressed by Interstellar. My negatives is really just the plot & its content. The film is 2 hours & 49 minutes. They took 40 minutes to set off the inciting incident, explaining the dystopian future in which the Earth is close to being uninhabitable due to a crop blight.