I highly suspect that “Mass” will be nominated during the next award season. But it’s not just the acting that is good, it’s the dialogue that makes this story come alive. Nothing is trite. It is all raw. But even the ending, which offers a message of hope and healing, isn’t sappy.
Watching “The Last Duel” feels a bit like a bait and switch scheme where the movie one thinks he is going to see turns out to be something completely different. But you don’t mind. There’s a real important story here that needs to be told.
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Despite all of this, the film doesn’t demonize Jim or Tammy’s characters but it doesn’t let them off the hook either. They were both are very smart and yet naïve at the same time making bad choices. They knew what they were doing was wrong or didn’t want to believe it.
While the people interviewed for this documentary have the most respect or are at least are in awe of Leclerc, some question his methods. However, as an outside observer, I found Leclerc, while very likeable, to be a frustrating person.
Even though Disney’s live action version of Cinderella came out in 2015, audiences are still going to compare this movie to that one and unfortunately, Disney is going to win.
Everything in “Reminiscence” is stylistic from the costumes to the dialogue. Yes, the characters say and do things that real people don’t say in real life. But this isn’t a movie about real life.