The runtime breathing room gives Kechiche the chance to explore every glance, every touch, every kiss, and every misstep in their relationship.It's a love epic, where minor notes play like power chords.The result is a subtly funny, troubling, and true portrait of how special each person's "normal" life can be.director Nicolas Winding Refn put Tom Hardy on the map with this expressionistic biopic of career inmate Michael Gordon Peterson, aka "Charles Bronson." Attracted to mayhem and prone to spurts of violence, Bronson is known for having spent most of his life in solitary confinement.Refn takes this in playful stride, framing prison life like a circus with Bronson as the ringmaster.
Written with zippy wit by Phoebe Ephron and Henry Ephron (parents to Nora Ephron, another ace wordsmith), the romantic comedy stars Tracy as the inventor of a high-tech computer that will aid the research department of a major news broadcasting company.
Regulars from Guest's troupe, including Eugene Levy, Catherine O'Hara, John Michael Higgins, Michael Mc Kean, Parker Posey, and Jennifer Coolidge, all show up to subtly twist interviews and dog show footage into awkwardly hilarious hijinks. Mc Kay’s cast spurts out economic exposition -- the skinny on credit-default swaps and subprime mortgages -- with enough character to keep us hanging on.
Christian Bale, Ryan Gosling, and Steve Carell get their hands as dirty as Mc Kay, plays rougher than ever before.
Has any movie ever done more for ice-based weapons?
Nineties bad-boy director Paul Verhoeven gave us this lurid tale of a damaged cop, played with real scumbag glee by Michael Douglas, investigating an icepick-wielding serial killer, but Sharon Stone is the real star of this show.