Find a flaw, ANY flaw
ITT: We discuss George Lucas career outside Star Wars.
Sci fi movie with Robert Duvall starring:
Nominated 13 times and only won 1 oscar
how does this make you feel?
How does one read film? Most visual metaphors go over my head.
There is a certain way of watching we got accustomed to as we grew up. You gotta shake that off and just starting experiencing it, rather than just following the plot. I wouldn't say there is science to it.
A general accumilation of visual library/historical context wouldn't hurt though.
What mature and considered film and India as a backdrop was captured beautifully. Why'd it get mixed reviews from critics?
All of Wes Anderson's traits are there, but a little more toned down,a little more considered.
Plus his use of Satjayit Ray's music gave this the GOAT soundtrack.
>They used these costumes unironically in a film
who /chubandtuck/ here?
Open up the flood gates and let the tears roll because I watched this movie all the way through till the end of the credits and I thought, going into this movie, that it was going to be one of those "edgy" gory survival movies but this perticular Film hecked me up pretty well
It literally slaughtered my emotions and I never *ever* cry.
Just FUCKING CHRIST
IT WAS SO GODdamn good but heck
I'm going to be rekt for weeks RIP me
is he right about screen size? why is a 24" monitor not the same as a theater screen.
>can sit as close as I want
>play it as loud as I want
is he just a bitter cunt?
Ok let's cast IRON FIST for Netflix. I say the guy who played the soldier in that movie The Guest.
Are there any films that deal with being a manlet?
How does one read film? It wasn't until recently I realized that most visual metaphors go over my head.
I feel reading a film is similar to analyzing a work of text. A lot of the same devices are used story wise but visuals are a whole different story. Visuals are most commonly used to contribute to the story, environment, or used to help convey certain feelings or messages of the film
Kinda like reading context clues in a book. There's also literally nothing wrong with looking up the meaning if you don't get it. Art is subjective and not everyone will have the same reaction to everything. That's what makes art so beautiful.
So how were they caught again and why didn't they just funking ditch their cunt wives and leave if they weren't happy?
I'm generally sick of every gay movie having some shitty unhappy ending because of muh homophobic bigotry.
Can we stop the meme that this is a bad movie. It's well shot and lit, Lisa is a good actress, Tommy has a strong screen presence, and it deals with themes of infidelity, friendship, and loss.
none of that adds up to a good movie. In film if it doesn't feel believable its not good. It doesn't matter that there's a lot of thought put into it. Art is all about feeling nothing more. And this movie feels ridiculous. However as ridiculous as the script and dialogue was in the hands of a great director, say David Lynch, and a great cast and crew it could have been pretty good