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I never saw it when it was the to-do thing; it sounded a little flakey in its description. But I have to say this is a big ol' sloppy love story.
Well played with Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone, I liked it a lot, but probably won't see it again. The ending was a bit too sad for me. Probably realistic, but the love between the characters was so vivid that I hated the waste.
Well done, worthwhile, but adios. Back to the Marvel Studios.
Never saw it, too many professional song and dance people around to make me throw money at people acting like song and dance folks. I heard it was a good one, not a big deal for me, I looked a goosling, in contrast with the great fred astare, and couldn't work up a lot of go power.
I would remind those who viewed aviator outside of a theatre projection, it was mostly a visual entertainment. To exaggerate my point, i wouldn't slip in a CD of the indy 500 and say I had been at the race. I have seen a reproduction of the story part of the experience .
Used sparingly IMO, to heighten the love intensity and close connection within the couple. Gosling was portrayed as jazz musician, so there is a lot of music, but not basically a musical.
Billy said it well: they pull you into their love circle, then tear your heart out in the end as they each commit relational suicide. It wasn't circumstances-- it was choice.
No wonder the Academy didn't give them best picture. People walked out of theaters hurting.
The emotional strength generated speaks to how good this film is, but it still sucks. I won't bother a second time.
and turned it off. I suppose it is a good film, just not something I was interested in. YMMV
Which I eventually watched.
LLL gets the permanent pass.
"Once this was all Black Plasma and Imagination" -Michael McClure
Yeah, I can see that. All of it.
Just a bunch of truly nothing.
Avatar... I finally watched it on TV a few months back... took me three or four days to *finish* it. I got nothing in return for my time invested in it.
As it began to unfold, I hoped the alternate ending would somehow become the "real" ending. It didn't. OTOH, both protagonists were portrayed as having achieved their career dreams which ultimately didn't include a lasting love for each other.
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