Yep, 2017, not 2018 Like I did last year, when I made a list for my favorite films of 2016 instead of 2017, this year I've compiled a list for 2017 instead of 2018. I do this because there are still plenty of films for me to check out that have come out in 2018. … Continue reading Top 5 Films of 2017
After having waited for months for Phantom Thread to come out, I was more than disappointed to find out that they only played it across the country. Then, a couple of weeks ago, a small independent theater not so far from where I live played it for one week only. After hearing this news, my excitement rose and I went to see the film as fast as I could. The visuals of the film really spoke to me, not only did they look gorgeous, but the usage of warm and cold light and colors stood out, which is what I will be discussing in this article.
A man regains his vision, after being blind. With this new sense, he feels better of himself, and practically evolves into an asshole for the rest of the film; he leaves his wife for a collegue, buys an expensive car... The film was directed by Ido Fluk in a visually fine way, but in other ways … Continue reading Opinion: “The Ticket” (2017)