Spoiler Alert! Reading this post will spoil the movie for you. First, I have to say that this movie has to be one of my most hated EVER! This is more of a rant that anything… The ending was garbage in my eyes. The main character fell so low as to find a bike all alone in the street, leave his son to take the trolly home alone, steal that bike, get caught, get let go and then cut – the end. What a movie! I mean, wow. The movie title is what it is. The main character gets his … Continue reading The Bicycle Thief Reaction
Bicycle Thief put my chest in knots from the very beginning. Not just because of the situation -as unfortunate as it was already-but because it was also relatable and was about a situation that could have possibly happened. Or, in … Continue reading The Bicycle Thief: Oh, my heart!
What is unemployment like, people who have not lost their jobs may not fully understand it. With such a heavy burden material with sharp blow, a jobless people how to face the life? What kind of death is it to be made to turn a man into a lotus flower? After world war II, Rome likes many other cities, was filled with unemployment and poverty, and people often fought for a job, and the film through the tragic experience of Italian workers after the second world war, reflected the social conditions of Italy at that time. It’s a film that grabs … Continue reading Bicycle Thieves (Ladri di biciclette)
The film tells a story of the end of the world with a completely static picture. The story assumes a major background, the third world war, the so-called nuclear war, which was taken in 1962 and the world was in a state of extreme cold war, so the rumors of the third world war often appeared in the media or in the mouths of some politicians, and the background was of great significance. Thirty minutes of mirroring tells of an extraordinary time and space transition that is associated with human memory, which is interesting and raw. The film is the most … Continue reading La jetée
For those who are not familiar to La Jetee, it is a 1962 French science-fiction featurette. Throughout the film it is constructed mostly entirely out of still photos. This film is 28 minutes long and is in black and white. … Continue reading La Jetee Reaction
Over my two decades of life, I have learned to love many things, but one shining above them all: film. Over my very few years of refining my love for film, I have struggled to find a genre of film … Continue reading La Jetée (1962) Reaction
Amélie was a refreshing take on the romantic comedy brand with its cluster of subtle humor, naivety, and fourth wall breaks. As an avid watcher of these types of films, I found Amélie to be an excellent representation of the … Continue reading Amélie Review: Simple and Sweet