The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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A 60-minute- plus treasure that shouldn't be missed.
Mr. Buñuel and his co-scenarist, none other than Salvador Dali, have packed just about every-surrealist symbol they could think of into this rebellious epic.
Suggests instances of sex and violence far more extreme than any actually represented while contriving effronteries so offhanded you can't believe you've actually seen them.
...a scandalous attack on all things religious and bourgeois.
It was the film that 1930 needed, and decades upon decades later, it still has potency to shock the squares.
It relentlessly attacks the mores of society.
Buñuel's furies rarely geysered more freely
Eat it up babies.
'L'Âge d'or' does exhibit its share of the incongruous or dangling, but nevertheless there is connective tissue.
Co-scripted by Bunuel and Salvador Dali, this seminal work of cinema and masterpiece of surrealism is a scabrous anti-clerical anti-bourgeois tale hinting to the strong poential of film's two most controversial issues in the future, sex and violence
Groundbreaking surrealist classic
Certainly this film will baffle, astound and infuriate all at once.
Though definitely fascinating as a surrealistic experiment, it is more cryptic and rambling than Bunuel's previous film Un Chien Andalou, which makes it feel sometimes that now he is going for the "anything goes" philosophy instead of having full control of his ideas.
Age D'or is so wonderfully weird. It is a slice of modern theatre presented at the dawn of cinema and is remarkable for any time.
So surreal, yet darkly humorous and entertaining, Salvador Dali achieves his goal of not making sense.
hilarious surrealist satire buñuel made with dali in 1930. of course they were completely mad and this film was banned for 50 years. highly recommended for fans of un chien andalou.
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