Director: Francis Ford Coppola
Writers: Mario Puzo, Francis Ford Coppola
Stars: Marlon Brando, Al Pacino, James Caan
PLOT: The Film “GodFather 1972” set in New York. The Corleone is one of the five families settled most reputable of the mafia in the city. Don Vito Corleone (Marlon Brando, ‘Apocalypse Now’), “The Godfather” of this family, marry your daughter with a bookmaker. Sollozzo, “godfather” of the Tattaglia family Don Vito proposes to partner with him in drug trafficking, but it rejects the proposal. However, Sonny (James Caan), one of his children, is in favor, causing clashes between father and son. Continue reading
Director: Taika Waititi
Writers: Taika Waititi, Barry Crump
Stars: Sam Neill, Julian Dennison, Rima Te Wiata
PLOT: A young offender (Julian Dennison ) finds himself on the run with her adoptive uncle (Sam Neil ) in order to escape social services while trying to survive in the woods.
The story of “Hunt for the Wilderpeople” like a light and playful version of its already good Boy: a learning tale of abandonment and family background divided. The story this time takes the form of a very funny comedy, to offset situations and biting dialogues (this fantasy performed with assurance even has danced and sung numbers). In this story of survival and intergenerational friendship, the drama is approached with humor and life takes the form of an incredible playground. Continue reading
Director: Stephen Frears
Writer: Nicholas Martin
Stars: Meryl Streep, Hugh Grant, Simon Helberg
PLOT: Tells the true story of “Florence Foster Jenkins”. A woman who is a biopic of the eccentric American soprano, famous for its lack of musical ability.
His partner and manager, St. Clair Bayfield, convinces his greatness. and thanks to the large inheritance received after the death of his father, his musical career Florence is financed. Despite not having any talent for it. it is no problem to sustain its success and that people go to their concerts just to see if it really is as bad as they say.
Director: Gary Ross
Writers: Leonard Hartman , Gary Ross
Stars: Matthew McConaughey, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Mahershala Ali
PLOT: American Civil War, ”Freeman of Jones” tells the story of a challenging southern farmer, Newt Knight and his extraordinary armed rebellion against the Confederacy. Joining with other small farmers and with the assistance of local slaves, Knight staged an uprising that led to Jones County (Mississippi) to withdraw from the Confederation, creating the Free State of Jones. His marriage to a former slave, Rachel (Gugu Mbatha-Raw), and subsequent establishment of a mixed community was a unique example of postwar South. Knight continued to struggle during Reconstruction, distinguishing himself as a compelling but controversial figure who led his challenge beyond the war.
Director: Jay Roach
Writers: Robert Schenkkan (teleplay), Robert Schenkkan (play)
Stars: Bryan Cranston, Anthony Mackie, Bradley Whitford
PLOT: Going against the grain is always a difficult task, especially when it comes to combat something so painfully idiosyncratic as it is / has been the racial segregation, therefore also always it is comforting reminder – we need it or not – of people strive to make a difference in how we perceive our fellow men, which relates very effectively All the way (Jay Roach, 2016), the new HBO movie that, with powerful performances and a fairly strict line of argument, we It shows that sometimes the end does justify the means, specifically when it comes to a social good that can only be achieved through politics.
Director: Nicolas Winding Refn
Writers: Nicolas Winding Refn (story by), Nicolas Winding Refn (screenplay)
Stars: Elle Fanning, Christina Hendricks, Keanu Reeves
PLOT: The career of Nicolas Winding Refn seem to be marked by controversy, his films can cause anything but indifference. Drive and Only God Forgives are two good examples of this. His style is characterized by a poetic air and there are many ways to tell a story, theirs no longer the original tremendously. Detractors also has, perhaps being accused of pretentious. One does not choose neither one side nor the other, each film is different, and as such try analysis.
The Neon Demon is masterful in both its conception and realization. It has an air of ochentero video clip, without it being at all pejorative. He dares to entangle the lofty images with a background that bare the lowest human instincts, something like The Tree of Life Terrence Malick bridging the gap. A good budget helps to stage the project, and get this, whether we like it or not, it is a plus point. Continue reading