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Neither a hero nor a cautionary tale, his life hovers in an odd space: genuinely amazing and impressive, definitely theatrical but not quite dramatic.
To their credit, director Tate Taylor and trio of screenwriters do a good job of disguising the problem with a bold approach to the storytelling.
The opening minutes also let us know that, however zany Brown might be, the movie intends to match him.
Probably because they realize that Brown's life trails off into a 30-year ellipsis, the filmmakers flash back and forth through time, zigzagging around, making poetic connections between events.
Sometimes damaged people stay damaged, and sometimes popular musicians make their contributions and then stay in one place forever.
Just about every encounter between Boseman and Dan Aykroyd, as Brown's business manager, has a warm dynamic, and Viola Davis has some of the movie's best moments as Brown's desperate mother.
With "Magic in the Moonlight," Woody Allen has made a good Woody Allen movie, in all that the phrase implies. That is, it's good on its own, but it's also good when compared against Allen's body of work. It's very much in the pattern of this filmmaker: From the white-on-black opening credits, to the 1920s music on the soundtrack, to the nostalgic-sounding title, Allen is keeping the 20th century safe in the 21st.
For those keeping score, this is the 10th film released during Allen's 70s - he turns 79 in December - with one more film to go.
I'm looking for recommendations for some good coming of age films. Nothing too depressing just enjoyable and chilled out. Some of the ones that I enjoyed are: The kings of summer Stand by me The spectacular now Hope this helps submitted by fullmetalikari [link] [13 comments]
Me and a friend had a discussion. He said that all the good/big budget movies only have really famous actors that allready been in other famous movies. But i told him it's not true and i gave him the example of Andrew garfield in the amazing spiderman because he was not that well known before.