Lover of film and cinema.
I really liked the vibe of this film. It was really relaxed and I had a very good time watching it. The cinematography and style of the film is also brilliant and matches the mood perfectly.
However I think too much time was spent on the second story, and I preferred the first one more than the second. The second story drags a tiny bit, but the performances are still great and it made the film even more interesting.
By far Kurosawa's funniest film, from what I have seen at least. It is really entertaining and fun to watch the events of the story unfold as well. The two peasants are by far the stars of the show. Their interactions between each other are pure gold, and they are absolutely hilarious.
The other characters, however, are pretty basic and lack character, personality, and an (interesting) motif. My only other gripe that I have with the film was that the…
It is evident that Zack Snyder's Justice League was made with passion, and by someone who respects and admires the cinematic art form. Most importantly, it was made by someone who wanted to make the best film they could, and judging by what he had to work with, I think Zack Snyder succeeded in doing so.
With that out of the way, the film is not without its flaws. For starters, Gal Gadot's acting is quite frankly terrible. It's just…
A brilliantly made film. The attention to detail is excellent, and everything just feels so real and raw. The structure of the film is also really really great and puts you in the mind of a poor, ill man.
Anthony Hopkins and Olivia Coleman are beyond perfect in this film. Their performances are so genuine, especially Olivia Coleman. Her little mannerisms just make it impossible for me to believe that she was actually acting.
Throughout the whole film, I teared up many times, but by the end, when the credits rolled, I sat there and just wept. Great film.