Warner Bros. ——What are they thinking!
Watch “Dunes: Part 1” – They are not joking, this is only the first half – I remember that Bob Saya proved to be a gambler for many years in the small new line cinema (now a distribution company mainly owned by WB) “Lord of the Rings” Trilogy. Shaye made a $100 million bet on the bank to purchase 3 movies. Each movie tells JRR Tolkien’s complex story about hobbits and elves as well as fairies and evil. Saya promised these three movies before anyone ever saw the first film, and even before the public was interested enough to return every year to watch the second and third parts. It’s an exciting bet. Warner Bros. chose not to make “Dune: Part 1”, Frank Herbert’s 1960s novel.
This is a great story. The second film is an ecological story. It almost shows the players, stakes, and geography in the first half. It’s largely bleak and dull, and it’s not exciting or even fascinating. The story reminds me of Joseph Campbell and Star Wars, as it follows the development of a young prince who becomes a king Destiny demands. The “Dune: Part 1” cost 160 million US$, not including 50 million US-dollars in marketing, and the project stalled. This is what it looks like! We will need to wait at least three years to find out the end of this actor and director. WB won’t approve “Part 2” until it has seen the box office, comments and reception. This is a sad and pitiful situation. The “part 1” cynicism will continue and you will be eager to see what happens next. We all want to know when and if there will ever be another part. –Next.
Directors work together
Maybe it’s because the jury is “Parasites” Oscar-winning Bong Joon-ho, the premiere of several violent horror films: Edgar Wright “Soho Last Night” Anna Lily Amirpur The Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon David Gordon Green “Halloween killing.”
Wright in particular uses “Soho” to provide a dazzling example of a personal film-this is a film that actually defines (like his “Baby driver‘) Create the rhythm and rhythm of each scene through the soundtrack of its British singles from the 1960s. Wright danced with a popular bluff. This means that we don’t see the CGI effect but rather the creativity and clever choreography. This is a wonderful story. The country mouse came to a big city to grow up, and Diana Rigg’s landlady went deep into her last role unexpectedly. Amirpur also used classic horror metaphors to guide her Mona Lisa. She is an extraordinary escapee. She was only 10 years of age and was kept in a lunatic asylum for 12 year. . . -The Mona Lisa escaped from her waiter by controlling her mind. She is likely to use it soon on everyone she meets. After landing in New Orleans, she met a British drug dealer as well as a single mother who lied. Because the classic confrontation between the young girl who is actually a monster, and her victim keeps on coming one after the other, there is humor. Imagine the Boris Karlov Frankenstein Monster. When he meets the little girl, he thinks he’s cute until he drowns her. The Mona Lisa is that kind of monster. People expect her to be a passive and docile victim. Her ability surprises them every time.
The real directors were Oscar winner Pedro Almodovar (Oscar nominee Jane Campion) and Oscar nominee Paul Schrader, who provided personal films. Almodovar’Parallel mom‘It’s slow and surprising; Penelope Cruz, the filmmaker’s muse, unbalanced the mix of historical gestures and personal dramas, once again offered as a professional single woman with big secrets His enthusiasm was named the best actress in the film festival.
‘Dog power‘Is Campion adapted from a 1925 novel in rural Montana, Benedict Cumberbatch is an out-of-close, paranoid cowboy, Kirsten Dunst is an abused alcoholic. The most unusual role for this filmmaker, who has always been a woman-centric director, is “dog”. Schrader’sCard counter“Now in theaters, this is another dark character study by this writer and director. Oscar Isaac wandered alone in the casino, seemingly isolated from the outside world. We discovered that he was a Middle East war victim. He was also one of many Americans who were tortured in Abu Ghraib prison. The film’s cold theme and slow-burning violence were met with warm reception. Campion won the Golden Lion Award at the Film Festival for Best Director.
Classic Western Food
“Old Henry” It stands out in the Venice lineup because it is a classic American Western, probably the kind made by Clint Eastwood 40 years ago. It takes place in Kansas, in 1906. Henry was a taciturn farmer, which was Tim Blake Nelson’s career-defining performance. He was also a widower with a unhappy teenage son and he assisted a The Cowboy, who was nearly killed by cash. He is being followed by some really bad men. Henry will oppose them? Who is the bad guy in this story? If you don’t know the answer, then you haven’t seen a western movie.
American classic What’s amazing about Stephen King’s 1994 adaptation of Frank Darabont, ‘The Shawshank Redemption’ (4K Ultra HD + Blu-ray + Digital Code, WB, R) Although it is a popular and recognized masterpiece today, it did not cause much sensation when it was first released. “Shawshank”, after only a few rentals and word-of-mouth, finally made it to the most revered holy land. This is a photo of a Maine prison with two wonderful duos in the middle: Tim Robbins as Andy and Morgan Freeman. Their friendship is a beacon of hope and light in the dark institution they were sent to. Red was written by an Irishman. Darabont had originally asked Robert Duval and Gene Hackman to portray Andy. They are not available.Andy was offered to Kevin Costner and Tom Hanks (they will star in Darabont’s next King adaptation ‘Green Mile’). Both stars have been booked. Tom Cruise expressed interest in the table reading, but was turned down by Darabont for his lack of experience as a director. Features: Darabont’s valuable comments. There are two documentaries: one on “Review” (Redemption Topic) and one on “Review”. There are also 2 storyboards, and two photo galleries.