John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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Epic narrative that spans over three centuries and as many continents, The Red Violin is worth experiencing for so many reasons: first of all it's stirring Oscar-winning soundtrack, but also for the rich palette and fluid cadence of its cinematography,
Once in a while, you come home from a movie and you *know* that youâve just experienced something great. Other times, you come home and you *think* you experienced something great, but it may have just been a dream. My metaphysical jury is still out on the wonders of INCEPTION. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Some people are lauding the âdepthâ of this story. So... we go to a dream within a dream within a dream within a dream. Does that make this a psychologically deep and original story? I think I saw that same scenario played out by Garth in an old SNL âWayneâs Worldâ sketch. Just as I can dig a deep hole and still come across nothing but dirt, depth for the sake of depth doesnât represent a wealth of content. Donât get me wrong, I love a good dream movie and I donât think INCEPTION was *bad*. I just think it had flaws, and I question whether those who so wholeheartedly (to the point of near worship) ignore those flaws may have had their minds hacked into and had ideas planted which have taken over like a virus. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
I *think* I saw INCEPTION last night, but it may have just been the idea that my daughter put in my mind when she said I should go see it... What if there is no such movie, and technology has grown to the point where you can merely suggest that there is a film and people will imagine that they have seen it? Making seed-planting trailers might be cheaper than actually completing a film.