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Devil's Daughter (2019)
Not even in a single point, in this awful incoherent rambling movie, it comes even near to something which you can call a "good scene".
All About Eve (1950)
All about fame
I've watched this movie twice, and now I know all about Eve. I know about her intention, passion, and personality; all I need to know about a movie character.
The best word for describing the screenplay is the word "Fantastic". You would be surprised how in the middle of the movie the storyline transforms from a simple classical story to a complex psychological situation. The rivalry among characters with distinct personalities has made the storyline excellent.
Eve, herself, is the most complex and fascinating character in the drama and somehow the film is all about Eve! In the first third of the movie, Eve presents herself as an innocent, loyal, and passionate girl who is so kind and sweet. The audience feels compassion and sympathy for her, also shortly she will find a warm place within every heart. In the second third of the movie, Eve begins to do some sort of behavior that can be assumed malicious or immoral; but the audience can't believe that the vicious side of Eve exists, so, she or he supposes that there must be a reason that Eve did such sort of thing. Finally, in the late third of the movie, Eve starts to relive her pure herself, furthermore the audience starts to accept her true personality.
This movie is all about Eve, all about psychology, moreover all about fame. A movie that you can't have a single actress in both the good role and the bad role.
When dream meets reality
This movie is like a tome; voluminous, deep and classic.
First of all, we'd better know that "Wild Strawberries" is not the best translation for the name of this movie; the original title is "Smultronstället" which idiomatically means to cheapen worthiness of a place.
Ingmar Bergman has created one of his best movies about an old professor named Isak who is struggling with his dreams. Sometimes it is hard to label a dream if it is a nightmare; I think Isak's dreams are that kind of dreams.
The essence of this movie is the loneliness and emptiness of the modern human in the modern world; as we see Isak as the symbol of modern human and his life as the modern world. Through the movie, Isak dreams about five parts of his life and many different people. Whenever he dreams about his childhood the scene gets brighter with more people around him, but as he grows up the loneliness makes his friendship stronger. On the road, Isak meets Sara, who recalls the memories of an old love named Sara and two other boys, one is an atheist and another one is going to be a priest. These three people are the symbol of three ways of looking at life; life with or without god and life with focusing on pleasure and lust.
One of his dreams is about being questioned about his knowledge. At first, he was questioned about his expertise and he couldn't answer; this is a sarcasm to the appreciation medal that he will be given. At the end of the Interrogation, he was questioned to read what is written on the board, but he wasn't able to read that. The inscription that was written on the board was the simplest thing that every human must know: "apologize for something wrong that you have done"; this is a sarcasm to the way modern human lives.
In the end, we can't be sure if all of the scenes were a dream or not; if Isak was alive or not! as we see many symbols of death, such as casket, sleep, and handless clock.
La haine (1995)
Great move about Immigrant issues
After great camerawork and perfect directing, every single story and joke in this movie points to an issue in the French immigrant society.
First of all the story of a man that has jumped off a skyscraper.
Second, the story about the hidden camera.
Third, the beautiful story that the old man told the boys when they were in the public bathroom, the story about Africa and Asia running after the train of the west's progress.
The best joke in this move is the last one that is a summary of the whole movie. There is a boy with a gun but with no courage to shoot; In fact, he is just wearing the costume of Batman but has no courage to do anything; the police mistake him with Batman and send this message with a bullet in the last scene: "you weren't as tough as you seemed".
This movie is such a movie that throughout the movie I was telling myself: "Jusqu'ici tout va bien, Jusqu'ici tout va bien, Jusqu'ici tout va bien"
Singin' in the Rain (1952)
much better than La La Land
A good family movie with good poems for kids to sing.
La La Land (2016)
not good because of singin in the rain
Singin the rain. an artist man and woman that at the first have some struggle between themselves, but after that, they fall in love together.
in La La Land after showing the difference between modern music and classical jazz for Sebastian, it reminds me the changing of silent movies to sound movies in the Singin the rain.
I just think Singin the rain is better than La La Land.
good direction, good music, but not a good movie
The direction is very good and some scenes are perfectly matched with the music.
but this movie has big historical issues and as a matter of fact, it isn't a good historical movie (like the Braveheart).
this movie is kind of slow and boring movie in some scenes and at all, I don't categorize this movie as a good movie
A bad Copy-Paste ofPrestige
Like a plagiarism!!! this move is a copy of Prestige(2006) and has some similarities with The Dark Knight. shame on this!
The Third Man (1949)
one of the best noirs, ahead of its time
The movie is great. Perfect storyline, Perfect acting, Perfect dialogs and Perfect ending!
the scene at the carousel is a masterpiece.