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Although Drifting Clouds might seem like a depressing and droll look at desperation, poverty and financial struggle, they are just the catalyst for what is essentially, a subtle and refreshing look at hope, perseverance and adversity. I would say it was one of Aki Kaurismäki's more assessable films and certainly one of his most accomplished.
The premise is very silly, it's pure Blake Edwards material and him at his best. Cary Grant and Tony Curtis are great together on screen, you can just tell they had a great time making it too (although I'm sure the LSD helped). It's a little sexist but it's very much of its time rather than dated, in fact there is something quite timeless about it even though it is a classic.
With the exception of Asael Bielski, the memories of those living in the woods all those years are respected in this telling of their story. Asael Bielski went on to fight and die only a couple of years after the film finishes but his intentions are never made that clear in the film. There are always going to be inaccuracies in historical films but I think they got most of right, Zus Bielski is not always shown in a great light but their struggle and what they achieved is excellently told. Edward Zwick seems to have toned down his usual heavy handedness and for me it's a huge improvement.
Thinks it's Martin McDonagh but it's actually a crap (crappier) Guy Richie but without the camera tricks. Tiresome, seen it all before, waist of good actors (Cillian Murphy not included) nonsense. The balance of comedy and drama doesn't work, it's no where near black/dark comedy enough to be taken seriously or find funny. How many script reviews did they have or did they just go with the first draft of everything and start shooting?
The Frog Prince still looks pretty fresh considering it was made over 40 years ago. The story is sweet and doesn't wander too far from the classic, it is just improved upon with the narration and appearance of everybody's favorite Frog. It's also very funny, not every Muppet adaption is. I miss the Muppet greats, Jim Henson, Jerry Nelson, Richard Hunt, and Jerry Juhl.