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Revisited: Amadeus (1984)

Upon revisiting this Oscar-winning classic, it never really occurred to me before that not a single one of the actors bothered with accents. Sure, the story is set in the days of yore in Europe, and there was an eclectic mix of British and American stars with F Murray Abraham and Tom Hulce leading the pack as Salieri and Mozart respectively, but not one of them tried for any accent that might have any hint of German or Italian or Austrian or Viennese, despite the characters originating from those parts. 430 weitere Wörter

Movie Review

Movie Review: Isle of Dogs (2018)

Isle of Dogs (2018)

Released:  March 23rd, 2018

Genre: Animated, Comedy, Fantasy

Director: Wes Anderson

Starring: Bryan Cranston, Edward Norton, Bill Murray, Jeff Goldblum, Greta Gerwig, Frances McDormand, Yoko Ono, Harvey Keitel, F. 422 weitere Wörter


Isle of Dogs

Having enjoyed critical and commercial success with Fantastic Mr Fox (2009), it was perhaps inevitable that Wes Anderson would revisit that stop-motion animation style that earned him an Academy Award nomination. 595 weitere Wörter

Film News And Reviews

My Favorite Scene: Amadeus (1984) "The Patron Saint of Mediocrity"

We recently lost a great director in Milos Forman and, while he left an impressive list of works, nothing approaches his accomplishment in Amadeus.  The biopic of Mozart is a showcase for two things: Mozart’s music and the role F. 279 weitere Wörter


Isle of Dogs (2018)

Duration 1h 41m Rating (UK) PG Source of story An original screenplay Writers/Script 314 weitere Wörter

Star Trek: Insurrection (1998)

Directed by Jonathan Frakes
Written by Rick Berman & Michael Piller

To this point, albeit only two movies into it, I would say that The Next Generation Star Trek movies have been much more consistent in their quality. 848 weitere Wörter


Men On the Moon: Milos Forman and His Transgressive Talent Trilogy

Earlier this month, the world lost Czech director Miloš Forman. Forman was one of many voices who came up during Hollywood’s New Age, when many artists were given free artistic reign to do whatever they wanted. 1.760 weitere Wörter

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