Sunday, January 11, 2015
This is a fun little documentary about how dreams can get the better of you. If you like films about film making, then this one is for you. Catch this one on Netflix instant.
I quite liked this one. It's on Netflix instant.
I highly recommend this sweet documentary, it's on Netflix instant.
I had mixed feelings watching this one but in the end I really liked it. I despised Blanchett's character throughout most of the film, as I think we're supposed to do. I quite liked Sally Hawkins, she turned in yet another solid performance but for me, the performance that stole this film was the one turned in by Andrew Dice Clay of all people. His working class roots allowed him to tap into the impotent rage that his working class character has after he loses all his money in the financial double dealings.
This one if one of Woody Allen's better later films. It works because Allen knows these wealthy New York types. It also works because Allen isn't in it and none of the characters are a stand in for him. I recommend it, and I bought it on Amazon's streaming service.