Life of Pi 🐅
Ang Lee explores human nature and spirituality in a wonderfully crafted story. We go through so many decisive moments during our life, moments that change us and shape the person we are to be in our future and the person we choose to he every day. Being strong and in peace is often overlooked as we ride the frenetic train of capitalism, and often we forget about what really matters. This movie explores and questions where and how we make this decisions through the eyes of a kid trapped in a boat with a tiger. Did you experience a similar emotion when watching the film?
Apologies for the lack of content lately, and more apologies for not reviewing this film earlier.. Anywho, here we go... Let me start by saying that this isn't a bad movie at all, i really enjoyed it. There is a lot to appreciate, i just can't ignore some nitpicky issues i have. I saw this with two of my best friends and we all agreed that the majority of the film doesn't really feel like a 'Tarantino' film. It doesn't have that presence. The soundtrack is not memorable at all, i loved two songs in the film... which were in the trailers. That being said, performances are brilliant as usual. Great A-list cast, Brad Pitt possibly being the most entertaining/interesting character of the bunch. Story wise...not for everybody, centers around the golden age of Hollywood.. not a whole lot more. Margot Robbie is a very talented actress but she is only in this film to address that this takes place during the Charles Manson days. Violence is a massive part of the Tarantino films and this one has hardly anything.. one scene is packed full and is hilariously fun but overall left me disappointed. I did enjoy the film but as a big Tarantino fan, it felt different.
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I drew these to ease my nerve at the driving school in Wakayama in the summer of 1990. Not very good, though drawing is good💕You think nothing but concentrate on what you see.
По моему мнению, Юрий Быков – один из лучших российских режиссёров современности.
«Дурак», как раз одна из его сильнейших работ.
Фильм повествует нам о сантехнике, у которого обычная жизнь: семья, работа. Но в один момент, Никитин (главный герой) раскрывается перед нами совсем с необычной стороны: его неравнодушие, безрассудство и местами даже глупость поражает до мурашек.
На что человек готов пойти, чтобы докапаться до правды и предотвратить масштабную катастрофу?
Как жалко осознавать, что человек, который от всего сердца готов помочь, готов отдать жизнь за себе подобного, не может быть даже услышанным. Проще посмеяться и «смешать с грязью», чем попытаться послушать, а ведь он так и остался для всех «Дураком».
[Неужели ты не понимаешь, что мы живем как свиньи и дохнем как свиньи только
потому, что мы друг другу никто].
1915: This historical photograph shows Albert A. Kaufman, the west coast manager; Mrs. Charlotte Pickford, Mary’s mother; Mary Pickford; and finally Donald Crisp and Allan Dwan, directors. They are standing on the corner of Melrose and Bronson Avenues in front of the Famous Players Co. office. During this year, “Fanchon, the Cricket,” in which Mary Pickford, Jack Pickford, and Lottie Pickford appeared together, was produced, as well as “Pretty Sister of Jose” directed by Allan Dwan.
Historical copy based on Marc Wanamaker’s research at Bison Archives. Link in our bio for a Mr. Wanamaker’s website, where you can learn all about film studio history.