Jean Pierre Melville is one of the greatest directors. His style is impeccable, telling stories in such small ways, keeping it simple but complex at the same time. He told a story without barely any dialogue and all that nonsense conversations that most movies do, and in this way Melville keeps the viewer engaged throughout the whole movie. Alain Delon is the perfect actor for Melville because he fits his style so well.
7.5/10; Finishing the LB 250; Part #7
When people are desperate, Jesus humanity can be bad. I’m gonna be honest. The monologues, cinematography, acting, characters, directing, pacing, that’s all great. But I was so god damn bored. People will call a shot beautiful, correct? I’ve even heard Some people cal shots from this movie beautiful. But there is no way in hell, that I am going to look at people dance in black and white in an ugly ass bar…
David Lynch’s films are so easy to review because they are all so unique and have so many things to talk about. Blue Velvet takes a disturbing moment in a young kids life and tells the story in a way that benefits the young kids life. I know it makes no sense, who would want a moment like that to ever happen to them. However, we see that the protagonist is finally aware of the dark parts of the world…