I finally got to watch Mid 1990s the other week. The film – written and directed by Jonah Hill – is a surprisingly intimate personal film about a child trying to understand who he is and how to adapt while he hangs out with a team of obsolete skateboarders.
Hill does a very good job of showing the isolation and embarrassment of his main character with quiet pauses and a wonderfully natural and casual dialogue that seems as chaotic as conversations between young teens would really be. It allows you to build a group of characters who feel full of life and dynamic, while appearing as lost and confused as the film, much quieter.
The most fascinating thing the film does, though, is that its characters do not care – a lot. Even after a seemingly climactic scene, where the main character is about to grow up, the film still gives him the opportunity to miss once again and watch the repercussions. It's a really striking structure that I'm not sure I've ever seen, and that makes the end all the more complicated.
Check out nine trailers this week below.
Here is the first real trailer of Jessica Jones& # 39; Latest season, and … it's a horror trailer! He does this thing with the plucked strings that sound frightened. Seriously, this season is like a mystery murder, which is a really interesting and discreet approach. He leaves on June 14th.
I do not quite understand this movie – it looks like a space thriller, but also a slow exploration of science fiction, but also an extravagant action movie. There is a shooting on the moon at one point! He leaves on September 20th.
The Lion King
In general, I do not publish teasers as short, but this is the first time Beyoncé speaks in the new Lion Kingand I'm pretty sure everyone will be interested. The film is released on July 19th.
For all mankind
Apple has received many criticisms for streaming a TV service in March without showing a trailer for even one show. So at WWDC this week, he corrected that with a preview of Battlestar Galactica new series of producer Ron Moore on an alternative story where the Soviet Union beats the United States until the moon. It will be released this fall, at the launch of Apple TV Plus.
Ford v. Ferrari
Here's the thing: Christian Bale is doing his thing again, so I do not care what this movie is about – I'm just a little inside. He leaves on November 15th.
The creator of BoJack Cavalier you have a new upcoming series on Amazon that combines live action and animation, A dark scannerstyle, for an appropriate tripping effect in a show about a woman who seems to have begun to slide in time and / or space. YouTube was still pretty excited, so trust me and click Play. The first season comes later this year.
Starz has a new phantasmagorical series about a woman who wakes up with her memory and learns that she is a secret agent with special powers, with a kind of mysterious past. It starts on June 30th.
Luce I have good reviews of Sundance for his unique exploration of prejudice. The film tells the story of a brilliant student school that suffers suspicions for various misdeeds. The trailer plays a little uncomfortably about to present the film as staging a teenager who turns out to be a bad kid, but critics suggest that the movie is a much more complicated story about how we choose to judge people and interpret troubling events. . He leaves on August 2nd.
Rolling Thunder Review: A Story of Bob Dylan
Martin Scorsese edited this documentary film / retro concert on Bob Dylan 's Rolling Thunder Review, an eclectic tour in which I engaged in 1975, the year of its release. Blood on the trail and "Hurricane". Dylan sits for a rare interview for the film, which also contains old footage of Allen Ginsberg, who accompanied him throughout the tour.