Her #2

Directed by Spike Jonze 

This futuristic movie, set not to far from our present, is centerer around Theodore Twombly [Joaquin Phoenix] a writer, depressed and lonely, and in the midst of a divorce from his life long love. Phoenix, falls in love with his new artificially intelligent operating system, Samantha [Scarlett Johansson]. Im not sure anyone could have known what to expect from this romantic sci-fi movie,  original in so many ways and yet surprisingly familiar. Continue

Posted on September 9, 2014 and filed under Movies, film, reviews, art.

The Grand Budapest Hotel #1

Directed by Wes Anderson

    All the nuances of a classical film, the beautiful precision and choreography of a play made cinematic, and old age tactics put to use to create a most inspired work of art. The Grand Budapest Hotel is a perfect representation of individuality and refreshing creativity, in a medium so overrun with the mundane regurgitated concepts that dominate popular cinema of our day. There is something to be said for standing apart, for maintaining artistic integrity, and furthermore, raising the bar of cinematic artistry. Wes Anderson, displays a not so common talent for storytelling, while he has made many movies, and none of them what one would consider common, the visual prowess he demonstrates in The Grand Budapest Hotel, is without a doubt one of the most alluring, and equally stunning illustrations one could hope to convey in a film. Continue