movie musts

by Administrator on February 25, 2010

A Matter of LIfe and Death, by Michael Powell & Emric Pressburger (“The Archers”) What a hip movie, from 1946. Highly entertaining, a vacillating style. Cool close-ups. A little schizophrenic. Has me thinking about what we can not see, and if their version is at all accurate, I feel more relaxed. David Niven, Kim Hunter & Richard Livesey are all great…the whole production is.

The Diving Bell and the Butterfly. Directed by Julian Schnabel, based on true story about Jean-Do, done completely in French and in France giving the story great justice. Loved it, loved it, loved it.

My new favorite movie is The Fantastic Mr Fox, directed by Wes Anderson, screenplay based on a story by Roald Dahl, and starring George Clooney as Mr Fox, with many many others. It’s a perfect film! So so funny.

Seven Pounds is a beautiful experience. I recommend it with all my heart. This is inspired poetry on film, with outrageous performances and exquisite film making. Italian director, starring Will Smith…got to love him.

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