I think Almodovar has a lot in common with Atom Egoyan. Both of them structure their screenplays in an almost symmetrical way. Everything seems to happen for a reason, and at the end, connections are made in strange ways that you weren’t aware of at the beginning of the film.
Anyone who sees this film will probably know the story already. Not only that, but the story takes place in one cramped location with one person. Its a testament to his skill that Danny Boyle manages to keep the film full of energy and imagination without resorting to cheap tricks.
Woody Allen can make a good film without even trying. This one is engaging, entertaining and effortless.
I survived the Exhumed Films 24-hour Horror-thon Part IV! The presentation this year was awesome as usual. There was great coordination by the group to get things moving, there was plenty of vegan food to[…]