your poor-rating review on the devil inside doesn't suppress my morbid curiosity to watch it.
but i would probably choose the grey despite know how commercial and predictable it could be.
but what other choices i've got there..
I'm into fantasy, reality, vice,
El cine es un momento sagrado. Sentarse en la oscuridad frente a la pantalla es un acto de fe, es experimentar una comunicación directa con el portal de un universo paralelo por el que merodearemos solo al terminar esta vida. En el ahora, la verdadera vida se nos otorga en pequeñas dosis, al dormir y al estar frente a la pantalla, solo en dichos momentos se alcanza la perfecta comunión con el demiurgo y su peculiar creación, y se nos prepara para el sueño eterno.
To live inside a fable, where we can play with time, places and sentiments, a perfect sphere of existence that can only be reached in dreams is a pleasant thought we all cinephiles love to have. As mere mortals, or the infants we still are, we have two ways to conquer that fantasy world, we can either sleep, or we can enter and sit in a dark room, operate a machine and enjoy the ride while we are awake.
All the forms of art are affluents that flow into an infinitely vast ocean called cinema, where all other arts end...this one begins.
It is the seventh art, the art of the 20th century, the art that crosses borders, religions, languages, ethnicities and economical backgrounds. It is formed by image and sound; the same stuff that dreams are made of...
Psychopathic gangster Pinkie Brown looks to put an end to suspicion above him, but seems cornered by his actions and his catholic guilt. British noir with arresting and moody visuals and well drawn characters, namely a young and fierce Richard Attenborough.
A love letter to us who try to stick to our twentysomethings-wisecracking-self, while dealing with not so cool every day life and responsabilities of adulthood. Black and white gives N.Y.C a picturesque and charming look, in synch with its witty and carefree central character, played with grace by the loveable Greta Gerwig.
A suspenseful thriller that questions the methods of justice. Enriched by a gray and rainy atmosphere that externalizes the characters' inner turmoils, namely Hugh Jackman's disturbed psyche. An unconvincing closure and a prolonged running time are the stains that make it far more common and less memorable than what it could have been.