Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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The best of the 10 segments is, perhaps predictably, the rare one without lofty pretensions.
I am not sure that any indispensable statement about opera has been made here, and purists will no doubt recoil by the irreverence of some of the images. But the film is fun almost as a satire of itself.
Aria gives 10 filmmakers a chance to create vignettes set to well-known opera arias.
Uneven compendium film. Russell, Temple, and Roddam are the best things. Goddard is the worst.
pretentious piffle that's pretty much one sour note after another
Seriously, do vanity projects like this really need to be made? Don't we all have better things to do?
So diverse in nature that it can only be evaluated piecemeal
Is it worth watching a film composed of ten segments in order to appreciate three or four? It might not be worthwhile, but it would be a shame to miss Godard, Sturridge and Roddam's work.
Wow. What a bunch of weak sauce artistic crap. Not only did the whole thing completely suck, but it was super slow while it sucked. I read that like three of them were awful, and the rest were good. But I couldn't tell the difference, not a single story was worth a poop in an old tin can.
Overall, I liked this "movie" but I wouldn't watch it again.
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