If it’s mid-May, it means it Cannes Film Festival time. This year’s line-up includes entries from veteran auteurs like Terrance Malick, Pedro Almodovar and Takashi Miike as well as emerging talent like Nicolas Winding Refn and Lars von Trier.
WOW ...........The last one looks awsome forsure Tree of Life , Also the kirsten Dunst film is catching my eye as well !!!! cant wait save me a seat
Wow ... the last - the Tree of Life - left me fearful and wondering; Melancholia - excited for more. The others prior don't really show me enough in a preview to make a statement one way or another.
The odds on favorite seems to be Melancholia. I think it's going to turn out to be good. See me in the auditorium. Nuff' said.
Point of Information: Terrence Malick has NEVER won an Academy Award. He was nominated twice in 1998 for "The Thin Red Line" for Best Director and Best Adapted Screenplay. I would expect Fandango's writers to verify their facts before posting to such a wide-market of readers.
I hope that this Movies all going to be Perfect or Good . Well At least they are movies ..
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Based only from what I've read and scene here I would pick Drive as the best overall. With Melancholia a close second. The rest is meh.
Drive looks quite interesting, trailer gives a nice look into the movie.
Ichimei doesn't really show much, just a few close ups and a guy running. Hard to judge anything off that. Story doesn't sound all that that appealing in my opinion either.
The Skin I live in.....Hmm.... also not much to go on by the trailer. Seems a little plain, and it's just another revenge murder movie. Not interested in this at all.
Melancholia, wow. This looks like it could be pretty cool. Smashing into another planet sounds like a pretty fresh idea. From the trailer it looks like it may start off far to slow, but I'm hoping it will have a great climax and not a hugely disappointing one. We shall see.
The Tree of Live. Seems interesting, though a bit boring.
"This year’s line-up includes entries from veteran auteurs like Terrance Malick, Pedro Almodovar and Takashi Miike as well as emerging talent like Nicolas Winding Refn and Lars von Trier." How the hell can you call yourself a serious film blogger and dub Von Trier EMERGING talent. He has been consistently making mind-blowing films for longer than Miike, almost as long as Almodovar, and certainly more films than Malick. No offense to any of those fine directors, but I cannot stand this outrage against one of the greatest living directors in the world.
The Tree of Life looks pretentious and boring, kind of like Benjamin Button. The
Lars von Trier movie, Melancholia, looks AMAZING!
Drive, Skin and Ichimei appear to be very interesting. Will definitely go see them.
I'll give all these movies a look. I love movies and like to think I'm open-minded and able to appreciate different styles and genres.
The Skin I Live In and The Tree Of Life look very good.
Drive baby! And Skin sounds interesting. Can't really wait for Drive to come out, looks really amazing.
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