Terrence Malick is a director who seems to polarise audiences. On the one hand, he can craft these amazingly artistic and wrought movies. On the other hand, he can be pretentious and, sometimes, quite dull. 126 more words
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Part Three, Bias. Christian Bale.
I’m going to take several days to all about bias, as I have a lot to think about.
Thinking critically means having to deal with bias and I have found it takes practice to spot it if one isn’t used to doing so. 1,924 more words
Ever since Equilibrium (yep, saw American Psycho a few years later) I have been fascinated by Christian Bale. He does not always pick the perfect movies (Exodus: Gods and Kings anyone?), but he is an excellent actor that really suffers for his roles. 475 more words
It’s Sunday and I’ve just watched one of the most entertaining films I’ve ever seen: American Psycho. To my great shame, this is the first time I’ve seen it (definitely not the last), but in a way it’s the perfect timing for me to see it, because now I can write a review based solely on my first ever viewing of it. 805 more words
In an especially murderous scene in the new musical American Psycho, the play’s protagonist hits a nightclub at its frenzied peak. He finds himself surrounded by dancers jerking their bodies with spastic rigor. 946 more words
Terrence Malick does the Terrence Malick thing once again in The New World, this time through the story of Pocahontas. Colin Farrell and Christian Bale are both perfectly fine as the men who vie for her affections, but it is Q’orianka Kilcher as Pocahontas herself who really blows both of them out of the water. 153 more words