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Thursday, February 7, 2013

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Friday, December 28, 2012

Review for Django Unchained

Review for Django Unchained
Movie review
From Time Out London
=>>>>In the past decade there were those who – perfectly reasonably – assumed that Quentin Tarantino’s hour had passed. Following the exhaustive movie-geek sprawl of the ‘Kill Bill’ movies, the crass, near-unwatchable indulgence of ‘Death Proof’ and the diverting but directionless {{‘Inglourious Basterds’}}, it seemed like the ultimate fanboy had slipped into a terminal, self-congratulatory decline.

Django Unchained
Django Unchained is an American western film written and directed by Quentin Tarantino. The film stars Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz, Leonardo DiCaprio, Kerry Washington and Samuel L. Jackson. Wikipedia
Release date: December 25, 2012 (initial release)
Director: Quentin Tarantino
Running time: 180 minutes
Screenplay: Quentin Tarantino
Awards: National Board of Review Award for Best Supporting Actor
Jamie Foxx (Django)
Jamie Foxx
Leonardo DiCaprio (Calvin Candie)
Leonardo DiCaprio
Calvin Candie
Christoph Waltz (Dr. Schultz)
Christoph Waltz
Dr. Schultz
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Well, somebody’s clearly rattled the man’s cage, because ‘Django Unchained’, for all its digressive, episodic and frequently ludicrous nature, is a blazing return to form. This is a meaty spaghetti western, heavy on the spicy sauce and ketchup and peppered with the sort of unforgettable touches only Tarantino could get away with.

Last time around, Tarantino gave the Nazi top brass what for. This time, the topic for irreverent dissection is American slavery. Jamie Foxx is Django, freed from a chain gang by German bounty hunter Schultz (Christoph Waltz), and on a mission to rescue his wife, Broomhilda (Kerry Washington). Only trouble is, Hildy is owned by moustache-twirling Mississippi slavemaster Calvin Candy (Leonardo DiCaprio), whose ugly reputation precedes him.
The first thing to notice is how ‘Django Unchained’ is packed with events. Tarantino’s love of pithy language hasn’t deserted him, but the dialogue never exists only for its own sake: every moment feels purposeful. The second is how great it looks: from the period design and incredible costumes |||||||||||||||||||| Foxx gets a dandyish blue velvet number that could well spark a trend – to some gorgeous photography, particularly of human faces, this might be the director’s best looking movie.
There are problems: like every Tarantino film since the unexpectedly soulful ‘Jackie Brown’, ‘Django Unchained’ feels a little ersatz, favouring momentary thrills over_________ lasting emotional punch. The romance between Django and Broomhilda is talked about in epic terms, but we never really feel their connection, while the brutal dispatch of a couple of key characters late in the day is done with cold efficiency, when they deserved more.
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_____But this is a film bursting with____________ pleasures great and small: the note-perfect performances (a director cameo aside, but that’s to be expected), a brace of close-to-the-bone, borderline offensive moments (Samuel L Jackson’s character will make a few jaws drop), the ____________soaring cine-literate soundtrack, the sheer, relentless drive. So welcome back, Quentin. All may not be forgiven just yet, but keep this up and even ‘Death Proof’ may vanish in the rearview.

Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Gangster Squad

Dream team Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone (‘Crazy Stupid Love’) reunite for a different sort of outing in this crime drama set in 1940s and ’50s Los Angeles. Gosling is Sgt Jerry Wooters , part of an LAPD task force attempting to keep the East Coast mafia out of town, while we can only presume that Stone is the glamorous and sassy love interest. Also on board are Sean Penn, Josh Brolin, Giovanni Ribisi and Nick Nolte – add ‘Zombieland’ director Ruben Fleischer at the helm and you’ve got a promising array of talent for this retro crime flick.

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Tuesday January 1
Movie review
From Time Out Film Guide

Think of any major conflict or famine since the late ’60s, and chances are that war photographer Don McCullin was there. His pictures count the human cost: a starving albino Nigerian boy whose legs are so thin it’s a wonder they can hold his body up; that famous shot of a shell-shocked Marine in Vietnam. Even just watching this impressive documentary, you feel a little unhinged by the scale of suffering.

Interviewed at home, McCullin, 77, comes across as a man possessed of moral conviction, direct and down-to-earth: ‘I’m not an artist or poet. I’m a photographer.’ His former editor at the Sunday Times calls him a ‘conscience with a camera’. And watching McCullin talk about the dignity of the people he photographs, I’m not surprised they let him into the most unimaginably harrowing moments of their lives. You would. McCullin also shows us some of his photos taken closer to home, some of Brits in deckchairs by the beach: ‘Eccentrics, you can get them by the busload here. I love it.’ What a man.

Playing for Keeps
Movie review
From Time Out London

The Scottish actor Gerard Butler doesn’t have a great track record with US movies but at least this spares us his American accent: he plays a Scottish former footballer who’s hit hard times in suburbia. The purpose of his relocation to the States is to bond with a son he’s neglected – and potentially get back together with the lad’s mum (Jessica Biel). But soon he’s conscripted to train his boy’s after-school soccer team and along the way starts to service the sex-starved moms.

These saucy interludes sit very oddly with the father-son bonding – it’s hard to know what this is trying to be: sports drama, family comedy, romance, mid life-crisis movie or sex farce? The latter option allows for enjoyable moments, thanks to a seductive, manipulative Catherine Zeta-Jones and a neurotic Judy Greer (even if neither does the image of women any favours). Meanwhile, Uma Thurman seems to think she’s in a Carry On film, all doe-eyed panting and heaving bosoms with Dennis Quaid on auto-pilot as her greasy wheeler-dealer husband.This has a decent cast, and Butler is reasonably charismatic. But everyone involved deserves a script with more wit, originality and sense of purpose.