I have to warn you: what follows is a minority opinion. Although this movie (or its cast or crew) is nominated for an Oscar in twelve categories and although some critics are calling this “epic movie making,” I found it overly long, extremely repetitious, and ultimately tedious. 312 more words
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A Major Motion Disappointment.
“Hail Caesar!” is by no means a bad movie. But given the fact that the Coen Brothers have made such gems like “No Country For Old Men”, “Fargo”, “The Big Lebowski”, and others, we have come to hold them to a bit of a higher standard than other directors. 552 more words
This is the story of two restless women in a repressed time. It’s almost Christmas 1952. Therese (Mara), a young waif-of-a-shop-girl works in Frankenberg’s Department Store where Carol (Blanchett), a sophisticated almost-a-divorcee, is shopping for a Christmas present for her four-year-old daughter. 284 more words