With no story, there's no nothing.
Although the cinematography and colors were pretty good. There's nothing the directors wanted us to learn or feel like, It was like a theme park experience, not more than that at all.
The infamous is the more artistic?
So after an awful long day, Meitar had recommended me to watch this brilliant modern day drama comedy that deals with very relevant issues that are strong in today’s Society.
It won’t be a lie to say it’s one of the best cinematographied films there are and with maybe some of the greatest actors ever, but it’s still trying to feel half in half out, somewhat serious but somewhat comedic, which didn’t work for…
“Better be with the dead, whom we, to gain our peace, have sent to peace, than on the torture of the mind to lie in restless ecstasy”
The German exposition is felt fairly well in this newest Macbeth adaptation, and Joel dissolved and arranged play structure to film scale and frames. It surely is the most beautiful film to have came out in 2021, The cinematography is mind blowing in every few minutes. The Shakespearean language this film takes borrows…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Now I know what they have all been talking about for years!
The story of becoming a lunatic fairly quickly, but in a very human matter.
Completely ideological character, Tyler, is the guy who puts his mind to work with no fear and does whatever the hell he fells necessary to make lives more vivid and natural. He washes the brains of everyone around him into becoming more primal and “set in mind” and transfers itself to a bigger group…