The long waited Russian spy film is finally here, and it’s comforting at least. After natashas shock value death she finally got the film we where waiting for even tho it feels out of place and empty.
With a raw opening credited scene the films is set to be dramatic and rough but it ends being a dysfunctional family drama full of forced comedy moments. Harbor is the set piece for all the comedy, a man in a women’s world…
“Is Cruella the Future?”
Starting with the protagonist birth, showing her half white half black hair as a birthmark and not a fashion statement, Cruella is set in the 60s and 70s, she’s the girl out of her world, the genius that doesn’t belong in the clothes form the past.
Cruella states with a punk modern design, the Jean Paul Gultier style boots, the leather jacket and the deadly eyeliner, she’s avant guard, embodiment of today’s fashions and politics. Resonating…
I miss this feeling of watching a Pixar film during Christmas season, this warm this company is able to bring. Pixar is know for making inspiring journeys and for being a great and deep storyteller that mixes comedy with animation and some tears in between.
This time Disney brought a some fresh air, an adventure with its own Afro american protagonist, a jazz player thats trapped in a monotonous life that dies and gets the opportunity to judge is life…
From the atmospheric noir cinematography to the narrative, MANK is a very detailed and handled film about Mankiewicz. But this film is not just about one of the greatest filmmakers and screenwriter to ever live, Fincher delivered a biopic film about an artist, about drama and creativity, which usually tends to be the center of the narrative, but with MANK David Fincher writes two paths of storytelling, the main character path and the atmospheric tale of Old Hollywood path with…