Cast: Gael Garcia Bernal, Hani Furstenberg, Bidzina Gujabidze
Director/writer: Julia Loktev
Trapped between endless shots of gorgeous landscapes and parsimonious storytelling, there is a commendable attempt at exploring the fragility of relationships in The Loneliest Planet.
Continue reading Film review: The Loneliest Planet (2011)
Cast: Shane Carruth, David Sullivan
Director/writer: Shane Carruth
Made with the meager sum of 7 thousand dollars, Primer is an impressive accomplishment of frugal directing, unique storytelling and precise film making.
Continue reading Film review: Primer (2004)
Now that we have arrived to the beginning of May and I haven’t been able to post in over two weeks, I thought I would summarize my film watching of the last two months with a mammoth list of mini-reviews. 22 films in 61 days. Not a great number, but I’ve done worse. Here it goes:
A terribly uninspiring story line masked by awesome special effects and handsome set designs. Oblivion is one more nail in the coffin for the career of Tom Cruise, the former world’s biggest movie star. Though he may still prove his worth at the box office, his performance is easily forgettable, never once allowing us to forget his very bizarre off camera persona, nor making us empathize with his character.
Rating: 2/5 (poor)
Continue reading Month in Review: March & April films