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Why did he do it?
This is a question I've pondered for the last couple days and can not come to a reasonable conclusion. I saw both of these films and enjoyed them immensely, but sigh at the hate for The Tree of Life when compared to another genre-bending film, Cloud Atlas. Can someone perhaps answer why you believe on is viewed as ambitious art by the masses and the other pretentious trash?
Well who's to say that The Tree of Life wasn't ambitious? A lot of people might see it as pretentious, self-indulgent slog, but I saw it as something infinitely more ambitious than anything that's been released in the past few years. It might be off-putting to most people given the fact that it relegates traditional cinematic conventions in lieu of something more experimental, but the fact that it's esoteric doesn't necessarily imply that it's pretentious. It retains a cohesive story...
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Edward Furlong - longest fall I've ever seen
Jennifer Lien - JUSTed
Avery Brooks - I can barely follow what he's talking about in interviews
Director Tony Kaye - wew what a loon
Were they already on their way or did this movie drive them over the edge?
ITT: Fuck you I liked it
Join me and Michelle and other anons let's watch some films together /tv/
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this movie any good /tv/?
I was caught off guard by it's editing, specifically the use of jump cuts. I found many of them jarring and was not quite sure what to think. Is it just pretentious faggotry or is there a puropose behind it?
What is with the recent trend of objectively mediocre to bad movies getting positive to great critical reception? Its only happened in the last 2-3 years.
>Its only happened in the last 2-3 years.
No it hasn't. Shit like Shawshank redemption comes to mind. Or Forrest Gump, Apollo 13, Jurassic Park, most oscar bait since, well, ever...
I wouldn't say they are mediocre, just a different kind of movie than what the truly great pieces of cinema in history are. That doesn't mean they're bad or anything.
>1. Avatar $2,787,965,087
>2. Titanic $2,186,772,302
>3. Star Wars: The Force Awakens $2,065,857,861
How is this possible?
Cameron might not be the best artist, but he is an artist and technician. Not a businessman that has to check the Daily Demographic Newsletter.
Is The Empire Strikes Back a really old movie?
>Go to latest gimmick Cinema to watch Marvel's Captain America 3:The Civil War
>finish drinking your jumbo Coca Cola half way though the film
>Realise you need a piss
>You left your Oar back at the coat rack
>it's a Bill wastes half an hour talking about sports episode