Nouman ul haq
The mediocrity of today's Hollywood, the artistic and conceptual misery that asks to risk the least and has plunged North American cinema into the worst crisis in its history, has led production companies to settle in a continuous state of production and premiere of remakes , one after another like the waves on the beach, each worse and more unnecessary.
It is curious that the same filmmaker who made a meticulous and exquisite reconstruction of the militaria and the Napoleonic environment when adapting Joseph Conrad's story The Duelists completely changed the third and applied to his new historical films a completely deformed and close image, sometimes, to the grotesque I am referring to its director, Ridley Scott , who seemed to burn his boats with his first three films (apart from The Duelists, Alien and Blade Runner ) and, since then, has gone downhill in a progressive crescendo with sporadic breaths of oxygen that However, they never reached the level of those early years.
Mel Gibson is a really unclassifiable guy. Born in New York, he lived a good part of his childhood and youth in Australia and later became an Irish national, being also the sixth son of a very large family of eleven siblings whose father emigrated to Oceania to prevent his older offspring from being recruited for the War of the Vietnam. Likewise, being a fervent Catholic with a fundamentalist streak, as he has stated several times, he had no problem marrying an Anglican woman and proved it by having eight children with her, although in the end they ended up divorcing her.
Saving Private Ryan Review
In 1999 the Oscar for Best Picture went to Shakespeare in Love , which took the prize in a highly disputed and controversial one-on-one with Saving Private Ryan . Someone said then that if only the first twenty-seven minutes were evaluated, Steven Spielberg 's film would have won by KO It was one more of the many boutades that are usually made when a winner has to be chosen among several candidates, but the truth is More than a decade later, that opening scene of D-Day on Omaha Beachhas gone down in film history and, on the other hand, the adventures of the English bard have been fading. Something especially striking considering that Steven Spielberg did win the Oscar for Best Director.
In the Heart of the Sea Review
In 1851, Moby Dick , the sixth novel by a reasonably successful writer named Herman Melville , hit bookstores . He was a man from a wealthy but ruined family, who in his youth had been a whaler and decided to change his job when he realized the interest aroused by the stories he told of the adventures he lived.
Perhaps it was luck, or perhaps something beyond understanding, that made a luthier walk that day near the sawmill where the planks of the tree rested. A luthier looking for wood for new instruments. In his long professional career he had made a good name for himself, but he had not managed to get beyond the limits of the old city where he resided. However, he knew he possessed a great virtue, he knew that his instruments would one day immortalize his surname. He handled the tools as a musician, not as a carpenter, perhaps because of the gift that accompanied him since his birth and of which he never knew his name; he had perfect pitch. Having the advantage of perceiving in the wood certain nuances of sound that are invaluable by the rest of the colleagues in the guild, he turned his instruments into objects of desire for his closest circle of musicians. Knowing his gift, it was a matter of time before he one day reached the ears of a great musician about his prowess. When that happened, his life would change.
Apocalypse Now Review
During the Vietnam War, young Captain Benjamin L. Willard (Martin Sheen), a US Army intelligence officer, is tasked with entering Cambodia on a dangerous mission to eliminate Colonel Walter E. Kurtz (Marlon Brando). ), a renegade colonel who has gone mad. Captain Willard must navigate the river to the heart of the jungle, where Kurtz reigns as a despotic Buddha over the members of the Montagnard tribe, who worship him as a god.
Why Do Grandpa Always Tell The Same Stories
“When I lived in Segovia...”, “When I was in America...”, “When I worked on the train...” This is how many older people begin to narrate pieces of their history, between nostalgia and hope to find someone to listen to them. But sometimes it's not easy, because history repeats itself over and over again and they end up always telling the same thing.
How Horror Movies Effect Our Brain
Cinema is one of the great passions of many people, as is the horror genre. These types of horror stories have various effects on our brains, some of which you may not have known about. Know what the consequences are after having enjoyed this type of film.