Film should really be considered by its entire experience, by this I mean first how the film was marketed to you. Did a friend tell you about it or did you see the movie poster and say “I want to see that!” Then there is the how you saw it, did you watch it on your ipad (shame on you if you did) or did you see it in a downtown theater with a leaky roof? And finally there is the film as the core experience of seeing the movie.
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I have said many times that I enjoy films that are “hidden treasures” (films that came out that you might’ve missed, but discover later and end up being quite surprised). Discovering these “quieter” films that have slipped past us because of films like Iron Man 3 or Pacific Rim hogging the box office, it is a treat to discover them at home and sometimes they take us by surprise. In this case, Spring breakers took me by a huge surprise.
Posted October 4th, 2013. Add a comment
Anger laying in our bodies can be channelled into a sort of materialized product. This is what a new wave of psychiatry (called “psychoplasmics”) says and doctor Raglan (Oliver Reed) is one of its most outstanding exponents who’s able to create little creatures similar to our children but … more instinctive and deadly.