All of the music from the film is discussed here. A few trailers play before the menu startup. You need to run to La-La-Land. The same goes for all the reds, blues, and greens here. Three decades of groundbreaking and hugely influential music followed, then came six long years of silence. It is a musical about films. There are some elements that might look a little soft, but that's a style choice to give a somewhat fantasy element to the image.
It's the story of two dreamers, lost in the City of Stars. I urge you to see it. Detail and colors are definitely upgraded from the standard Blu-ray release. This is the strong point of this movie. You want to see him do everything. So refreshing not to have a sleek but empty experience. It's funny because these two cannot sing whatsoever.
Damien Chazelle is a young director who loves and knows movies, from Federico Fellini to Jacques Demy. La La Land is an excellent film that pays tribute to old-school Hollywood in a modern setting, as well as jazz music and musicals of the golden era of movie-making. They also talk about the themes, tone and some anecdotes from set. They say movies are lifeless. The video and audio presentations here are simply stunning.
However, when she exits the car into the bright sunny skies, the yellow dress simply pops as it looks as it's a brand new brighter yellow. It's an incredible viewing experience. From its euphoric opening number, set on a Los Angeles freeway, to its final, melancholic moments, inside a jazz club; there is not a solitary moment, maybe not a solitary glint in the eye, a single smile, a single swish of the gown that doesn't completely envelope you with its irrepressible appeal. The music is bouncy and toe-tapping catchy, the cinematography is utterly stunning with gorgeous colours and impressive long takes, and the locations sum up the American dream and the passion the characters hold for Los Angeles. It was left to Stone and Gosling to stumble along with short bits of dancing and very shaky vocals.
One of my all time favourite. Blade Runner 2049 is Science Fiction movie with duration of 2 hours 10 minutes, directed by Denis Villeneuve in 2017 and graded with 8. Individual strands of hair can be seen easily on the actor's faces, particularly the many different strands of red and orange on Stone's head. You've been wronged far too frequently, I know; the films have wronged us all. The choreography, acting, visuals, and music blend together so wonderfully. Didn't detect any magical reaction from the audience who shuffled out in silence. .
The story of Mia, an actress, and Sebastian, a jazz musician committed, is struggling to meet as they pursue their dream in a city that is known for breaking expectations and breaking hearts. The extras are all worth watching, leaving this release Highly Recommended! This movie is pretty much a quite classical Hollywood musical with a non too original story, nice music and dancing. He's a melancholy genius and Emma Stone is our muse. Especially if you watch lots of Indian films. Bold and fantastic and fantastical. I remember when she used to come home, and tell us. Wide shots show every palm tree leaf and vine perfectly without every going soft.
The discs are housed in a hard, black plastic case with a cardboard sleeve too. I am a straight man but my love for Ryan Gosling could change all that. Black levels are deep and inky in each scene where the spotlight might shine on one person and everything else fades to varying degrees of black. But there is a cure to the savagery; there is an antidote to the absurdity. The first time I watched it, I was really touched and I just felt that the director was drawing the scenes like painting. I cannot make up my mind about ending.
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I am sure those into these kind of movies cannot understand how anyone can give it less than a full set of stars but hey, different tastes and all that. Yes, the director is known for making music and musical film, but he has not made many. This documentary follows the godfather of electronic music on a one-way trip to crack America, break into Hollywood and return to the studio for the first time in nearly a decade. The opening sequence looked promising but turned out to be an unconnected piece of entertainment that wasn't repeated in the movie. Some like me would say it is a decent flick, but there's always a few who would never favour it. They discuss the choreography and how they shot it on location. Jumping fast forward to the ending like the movie did felt a bit like they either ran out of money or they manage to misplace half the story! Everyone talks about how much this was the project he wanted to do and what themes he wanted to convey through it.