Critiquing Tar is difficult because the film is very intentional even about the things that may rub an audience the wrong way. It is overlong, but it is deliberately designed in such a way as to acclimate the audience to its spectral presence just beyond the frame. It’s overwritten in some instances, but this is also intentional to derive some justification for the perceived brilliance of the character at its center.
Elvis is a celebration of his music and enduring influence. Presented with loads of panache, it’s a wildly entertaining and ultimately poignant film…for fans, non-fans and newcomers alike.
Were Anima to have a flaw, it would only be that upon first viewing, it is hard to dissect Yorke’s vision, and the storyline linking these visual elements has a tendency to feel disconnected.
Rocketman is certainly braver than Bohemian Rhapsody, but that’s not ultimately what makes it a better film. The narrative is more cohesive, the main character more complex and his story more vividly presented, enhanced by knock-out musical numbers.
Yesterday tells the tale of an event that turns off power all over the planet for a matter of seconds. When the power is restored, our hero Jack Malick is struck by a bus. Upon recovering, Jack discovers that he is the only one in the world that remembers the Beatles!
Rocketman tells the life story of Elton John. His rise to fame from his childhood home in the Pinner area of London to the world wide success as a mega star is covered in this bio-pic.