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That's just it though, people say the same thing about Avatar (oh it looks great on IMAX) but don't you feel like that's just masking the fact that it's actually a really bad movie? I do anyway. I mean half those spinning in space shots in Gravity just made me nauseated. So in a sense, even the visuals failed!
Yeah I just saw it on a tv in my house so I don't really care about the visuals. Otherwise, it failed at everything a movie is supposed to do.
They couldn't get me to care about Sandra Bullock's character, George Clooney just had stock Clooney suave guy lines, and yeah it really had nothing going for it. Probably the most pathetic part was where they had to shoehorn in the fact that she has a dead daughter in an attempt to get you to sympathize with her. ****ing amateurish.
Much like every other film that is nothing but a polished turd, it looks nice, but beyond that, it's shit. Very similar to 'Avatar'.
In 1973, film producer Arthur P. Jacobs optioned the film rights to Dune but died before a film could be developed. The option was then taken over two years later by director Alejandro Jodorowsky, who proceeded to approach, among others, Peter Gabriel, the prog rock groups Pink Floyd and Magma for some of the music, artists H. R. Giger and Jean Giraud for set and character design, Dan O'Bannon for special effects, and Salvador Dalí, Orson Welles, Gloria Swanson, David Carradine and others for the cast.
Frank Herbert traveled to Europe in 1976 to find that $2 million of the $9.5 million budget had already been spent in pre-production, and that Jodorowsky's script would result in a 14-hour movie ("It was the size of a phonebook", Herbert later recalled). Jodorowsky took creative liberties with the source material, but Herbert said that he and Jodorowsky had an amicable relationship. The project ultimately stalled for financial reasons.
That's a weird way of wording that sentence
wait a beautiful mind won an oscar
I think there's honour in never getting an Oscar - provided you're universally loved, that is. Think of all the great filmmakers who never won.
He makes the best films about loneliness, he has no friends. Neither do we. This is as close as we get.
Not ready for the PSH part of this
Is it really surprising Gravity is winning all of the technical awards?
Whatever wins Best Editing will probably win Best Picture, just saying
(DEAKINS NEEDS A MAKE UP WIN THOUGH YOU ACADEMY ****ERS BETTER GIVE HIM ONE SOON)
So, I decided now is the perfect time to actually watch some Resnais. I have Marienbad and Hiroshima, any others I should get?