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  • Kindness and politeness are not overrated. They’re underused. - Tommy Lee Jones
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  • Kindness and politeness are not overrated. They’re underused. - Tommy Lee Jones
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    Photo by Tim Walker
  • 668 6 28 January, 2020
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"No Country for Old Men" (2007).
•Directed by Joel and Ethan Coen
•Cinematography: Roger Deakins
•Production Design: Jess Gonchor
•Set Decoration: Nancy Haigh
•Costume Design: Mary Zophres
•Colorist: Michael Hatzer
•Make-up and Hair: Jean A. Black, Paul LeBlanc, Christien Tinsley
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    "No Country for Old Men" (2007).
    •Directed by Joel and Ethan Coen
    •Cinematography: Roger Deakins
    •Production Design: Jess Gonchor
    •Set Decoration: Nancy Haigh
    •Costume Design: Mary Zophres
    •Colorist: Michael Hatzer
    •Make-up and Hair: Jean A. Black, Paul LeBlanc, Christien Tinsley
  • 33,475 111 14 November, 2019

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  • その3
宇宙人ジョーンズ。
jones the alien.

以前一緒に広告をつくった仲間に、きょうお別れをしてきた。 * *本文とこの広告は関係ありませんが、コピーがなかなかよいと思います。

a farewell to the colleague used to make ads together.

#tommyleejones 
#宇宙人ジョーンズ
  • その3
    宇宙人ジョーンズ。
    jones the alien.

    以前一緒に広告をつくった仲間に、きょうお別れをしてきた。 * *本文とこの広告は関係ありませんが、コピーがなかなかよいと思います。

    a farewell to the colleague used to make ads together.

    #tommyleejones
    #宇宙人ジョーンズ
  • 9 0 18 hours ago
  • #КЗвездам
Личная космическая драма об отношении человека к отношениям – определении значимости другого человека в своей жизни.
“Я сам не знаю, хочу ли я найти его, или, наконец, отпустить.” Астронавта Роя отправляют на Марс с заданием послать сообщение своему - предположительно живому - отцу на край Солнечной системы, куда тот был направлен с миссией поиска внеземной жизни несколько десятилетий назад. Побег от своей жизни, в поисках жизни разумной) А есть ли еще кто-то и что-то? Важнее? Вообще?
Открывать новое там, где всё бесконечно далеко и неизведанно, способны люди отрешенные, оставляющие чувства внутри, разделяющие и ветвящие своё мышление в попытках заглушить противоречия...
В фильме отсутствует мелодичная музыка, есть только звуки. Минималистично в эффектах, всё в лицах и мыслях героев. Даже экшен в космосе, как продолжение мысли: человеческие отношения – это космически важно.
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• США, Китай, Бразилия, 2019
• Режиссёр: #ДжеймсГрэй
• В ролях: #БрэдПитт #ТоммиЛиДжонс #ЛивТайлер
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#Машу_о_кино #чтопосмотреть #кино #кинопоиск #киноотзыв #фильм #драма #космос #киноблог #кинематограф #cinema #film #movie #AdAstra #JamesGray #BradPitt #TommyLeeJones #DonaldSutherland #LivTyler
  • #КЗвездам
    Личная космическая драма об отношении человека к отношениям – определении значимости другого человека в своей жизни.
    “Я сам не знаю, хочу ли я найти его, или, наконец, отпустить.” Астронавта Роя отправляют на Марс с заданием послать сообщение своему - предположительно живому - отцу на край Солнечной системы, куда тот был направлен с миссией поиска внеземной жизни несколько десятилетий назад. Побег от своей жизни, в поисках жизни разумной) А есть ли еще кто-то и что-то? Важнее? Вообще?
    Открывать новое там, где всё бесконечно далеко и неизведанно, способны люди отрешенные, оставляющие чувства внутри, разделяющие и ветвящие своё мышление в попытках заглушить противоречия...
    В фильме отсутствует мелодичная музыка, есть только звуки. Минималистично в эффектах, всё в лицах и мыслях героев. Даже экшен в космосе, как продолжение мысли: человеческие отношения – это космически важно.
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    • США, Китай, Бразилия, 2019
    • Режиссёр: #ДжеймсГрэй
    • В ролях: #БрэдПитт #ТоммиЛиДжонс #ЛивТайлер
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    #Машу_о_кино #чтопосмотреть #кино #кинопоиск #киноотзыв #фильм #драма #космос #киноблог #кинематограф #cinema #film #movie #AdAstra #JamesGray #BradPitt #TommyLeeJones #DonaldSutherland #LivTyler
  • 41 2 20 hours ago
  • Ad Astra, 2019 • 9.5/10
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James Gray's most recent exploration into film takes you on a visually thrilling journey to the far, lonely depths of space and beyond. But "Ad Astra" isn't just any space exploration film; it's a fully realised visual orgasm, that has as much substance as it does style. James Gray pulls no punches here, from start to finish there's a horrifying suspense as this slow burner slowly takes you on a beautiful, yet terrifying and lonely journey throughout space, thats full of twists, turns and plenty of bumps in the road.
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You cannot help but admire Gray for creating, in my opinion, one of the most realistic experiences of space exploration. Never does this journey once feel easy or straightforward, the atmosphere and environment of space are constantly testing, threatening the lives of whoever dare try and traverse it. Not only that, but every detail to provide you with a beautifully immersive experience is on point; the sound effects are intense, Max Richter's score completely isolates you, making you feel lonely, shut-off from all existence and lost, and it's utterly haunting, yet harmonious and wonderful. The costumes are spot on. Every frame is aesthetically and thematically pleasing, Hoyte Van Hoytema never wastes a frame, each one has a meaning and a purpose to the story and/or character development.
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Grays unflinching direction and thought-provoking screenplay provide ample food for thought, like, how us, the human race, only want more and more, we're never happy with what we've got, we consume everything in our path, but still thirst for more. We also struggle to let things or people go, but what if we could? And what if we were happy with what we've got? And we didn't thirst for more? How would it change our lives?
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  • Ad Astra, 2019 • 9.5/10
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    James Gray's most recent exploration into film takes you on a visually thrilling journey to the far, lonely depths of space and beyond. But "Ad Astra" isn't just any space exploration film; it's a fully realised visual orgasm, that has as much substance as it does style. James Gray pulls no punches here, from start to finish there's a horrifying suspense as this slow burner slowly takes you on a beautiful, yet terrifying and lonely journey throughout space, thats full of twists, turns and plenty of bumps in the road.
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    You cannot help but admire Gray for creating, in my opinion, one of the most realistic experiences of space exploration. Never does this journey once feel easy or straightforward, the atmosphere and environment of space are constantly testing, threatening the lives of whoever dare try and traverse it. Not only that, but every detail to provide you with a beautifully immersive experience is on point; the sound effects are intense, Max Richter's score completely isolates you, making you feel lonely, shut-off from all existence and lost, and it's utterly haunting, yet harmonious and wonderful. The costumes are spot on. Every frame is aesthetically and thematically pleasing, Hoyte Van Hoytema never wastes a frame, each one has a meaning and a purpose to the story and/or character development.
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    Grays unflinching direction and thought-provoking screenplay provide ample food for thought, like, how us, the human race, only want more and more, we're never happy with what we've got, we consume everything in our path, but still thirst for more. We also struggle to let things or people go, but what if we could? And what if we were happy with what we've got? And we didn't thirst for more? How would it change our lives?
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    (Continued Below)
  • 1,360 88 25 February, 2020
  • The Hunted (2003)
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What is it with Tommy Lee Jones and being in films where he chases people. He must be the world's biggest fan of hide & seek!!!
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The premise of The Hunted is a trained assassin, Hallam (Benecio Del Toro), suffering from PTSD goes rogue and starts killing innocent people whilst on the run from the government. Tommy Lee Jones plays LT, a highly skilled tracker who trained special ops teams to kill, which included Hallam, has to find him and stop him.
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The film is pretty much non-stop action or chase sequences and you are given very little chance to fully get to grips with the story, which is somewhat left for you to piece together from flashbacks dotted throughout.
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It's definitely not afraid to present you with some pretty brutal attack scenes, including the final fight between LT and Hallam, which left me squirming a bit. It's an extremely full on, close up and personal knife fight and it is filmed perfectly to make you feel every slash and stab.
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I'm a big fan of both Tommy Lee Jones and Benecio Del Toro but this film gives them little room to bring peak performances as there is actually very little dialogue. This is just bare bones action and I was impressed by both given the physicality of the acting required.
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The reason the film loses marks is because it feels a little predictable in places and also the tracking/chase scenes often seem like luck rather than any skill being applied.
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Very entertaining to watch and I would definitely recommend if you like Tommy Lee Jones' other hide and seek classics such as The Fugitive, US Marshals, No Country For Old Men etc etc
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Currently streaming on Prime Video
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#film #filmreview #filmnerd #filmlover #movie #moviereview #movieaddict #review #movielover #filmcritic #movieoftheday #cinema #cinemalovers #movienight #filmnight #instafilmreview #instamovie #thehunted #tommyleejones #beneciodeltoro #chase #thriller #crime #tomtuesdays
  • The Hunted (2003)
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    What is it with Tommy Lee Jones and being in films where he chases people. He must be the world's biggest fan of hide & seek!!!
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    The premise of The Hunted is a trained assassin, Hallam (Benecio Del Toro), suffering from PTSD goes rogue and starts killing innocent people whilst on the run from the government. Tommy Lee Jones plays LT, a highly skilled tracker who trained special ops teams to kill, which included Hallam, has to find him and stop him.
    .
    The film is pretty much non-stop action or chase sequences and you are given very little chance to fully get to grips with the story, which is somewhat left for you to piece together from flashbacks dotted throughout.
    .
    It's definitely not afraid to present you with some pretty brutal attack scenes, including the final fight between LT and Hallam, which left me squirming a bit. It's an extremely full on, close up and personal knife fight and it is filmed perfectly to make you feel every slash and stab.
    .
    I'm a big fan of both Tommy Lee Jones and Benecio Del Toro but this film gives them little room to bring peak performances as there is actually very little dialogue. This is just bare bones action and I was impressed by both given the physicality of the acting required.
    .
    The reason the film loses marks is because it feels a little predictable in places and also the tracking/chase scenes often seem like luck rather than any skill being applied.
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    Very entertaining to watch and I would definitely recommend if you like Tommy Lee Jones' other hide and seek classics such as The Fugitive, US Marshals, No Country For Old Men etc etc
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    Currently streaming on Prime Video
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    #film #filmreview #filmnerd #filmlover #movie #moviereview #movieaddict #review #movielover #filmcritic #movieoftheday #cinema #cinemalovers #movienight #filmnight #instafilmreview #instamovie #thehunted #tommyleejones #beneciodeltoro #chase #thriller #crime #tomtuesdays
  • 48 0 25 February, 2020
  • Gritty but undeniably fascinating, "There Will Be Blood" benefits from an awe-inspiring screenplay and even more awe-inspiring performances from legendary actors Daniel Day Lewis and Paul Dano.
[10/10]
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There Will Be Blood (2007)
  • Gritty but undeniably fascinating, "There Will Be Blood" benefits from an awe-inspiring screenplay and even more awe-inspiring performances from legendary actors Daniel Day Lewis and Paul Dano.
    [10/10]
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    There Will Be Blood (2007)
  • 77 2 25 February, 2020
  • Movie #26 from 1970 is Love Story (nominated - Best Picture). This is the story of two Ivy Leaguers who fall in love, struggle with parents, work hard to get established, then deal with a deadly disease.
If this sounds stereotypical old Hollywood, it is. I kind of dreaded watching this. I had seen it ages ago, and it was not my favorite. But i found it better than I remembered, mainly due to Arthur Hiller's (nominated - Best Director) direction. He takes a pretty average script and makes us care for Jenny and Oliver. He also moves the story along (100 minutes), so it doesn't have time to get boring. The movie must have been filmed during a major winter storm, and the real snow is gorgeous and effective. The writing is less effective. I found Jenny's disease that shall not be named hilarious. Also, the doctor telling Oliver about it, and him not telling Jenny was worthy of a few eye rolls.
The acting is better than I expected. I've never considered Ryan O'Neal (nominated - Best Actor) and Ali MacGraw (nominated - Best Actress) to be great actors. But this movie requires charisma and they've got charisma to burn. Seriously, they are a gorgeous couple. MacGraw fairs better, and makes you love a character that starts out as kind of unlikeable. O'Neal can't quite muster tears, but is excellent when playing angry (no surprise given his personal history). Ray Milland is very strong as Oliver's rich and controlling father. John Marley (nominated - Best Supporting Actor) is very good in the foolproof role of Jenny's kind and mournful father.
The score is beautiful, although it's been so overplayed that it now seems trite. Seriously, I think every music box produced in the 70s either played this theme song or Lara's Theme from Doctor Zhivago. Overall, I actually kind of enjoyed this one way more than I expected.
  • Movie #26 from 1970 is Love Story (nominated - Best Picture). This is the story of two Ivy Leaguers who fall in love, struggle with parents, work hard to get established, then deal with a deadly disease.
    If this sounds stereotypical old Hollywood, it is. I kind of dreaded watching this. I had seen it ages ago, and it was not my favorite. But i found it better than I remembered, mainly due to Arthur Hiller's (nominated - Best Director) direction. He takes a pretty average script and makes us care for Jenny and Oliver. He also moves the story along (100 minutes), so it doesn't have time to get boring. The movie must have been filmed during a major winter storm, and the real snow is gorgeous and effective. The writing is less effective. I found Jenny's disease that shall not be named hilarious. Also, the doctor telling Oliver about it, and him not telling Jenny was worthy of a few eye rolls.
    The acting is better than I expected. I've never considered Ryan O'Neal (nominated - Best Actor) and Ali MacGraw (nominated - Best Actress) to be great actors. But this movie requires charisma and they've got charisma to burn. Seriously, they are a gorgeous couple. MacGraw fairs better, and makes you love a character that starts out as kind of unlikeable. O'Neal can't quite muster tears, but is excellent when playing angry (no surprise given his personal history). Ray Milland is very strong as Oliver's rich and controlling father. John Marley (nominated - Best Supporting Actor) is very good in the foolproof role of Jenny's kind and mournful father.
    The score is beautiful, although it's been so overplayed that it now seems trite. Seriously, I think every music box produced in the 70s either played this theme song or Lara's Theme from Doctor Zhivago. Overall, I actually kind of enjoyed this one way more than I expected.
  • 88 10 25 February, 2020
  • Ad Astra🎬
"I'm steady, calm. I slept well, no bad dreams. I am active and engaged. I'm aware of my surroundings and those in my immediate sphere. I'm attentive. I am focused on the essentials, to the exclusion of all else. I'm unsure of the future but I'm not concerned. I will rely on those closest to me, and I will share their burdens, as they share mine. I will live and I will love"🎬
Follow @filmsforyears for more!👈
  • Ad Astra🎬
    "I'm steady, calm. I slept well, no bad dreams. I am active and engaged. I'm aware of my surroundings and those in my immediate sphere. I'm attentive. I am focused on the essentials, to the exclusion of all else. I'm unsure of the future but I'm not concerned. I will rely on those closest to me, and I will share their burdens, as they share mine. I will live and I will love"🎬
    Follow @filmsforyears for more!👈
  • 773 6 25 February, 2020
  • Ad Astra (Yıldızlara Doğru) / Imdb 6.6 / James Grey
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“Ad Astra” yıllar önce kendisi daha bir çocukken Neptün’e gönderilip, geri dönemeyen babasının görevini tamamlamaya gönderilen Binbaşı Mc Bride’ın yolculuğu olarak başlıyor. Bu yolculuk aşamalarında gelen yeni bilgilerle bir içsel yolculuğa, bir çocuğun içinde büyüyemeyen parçasını bulduğu ve farkında olmadan kendisine yaptığı bir yolculuğa dönüşüyor. Buraya kadar olan kısım benim hoşuma giden ve ilgimi çekenler. Bir de girdiği her rolü oyunculuğu ve karizması ile yükselten Brad Pitt faktörü var elbette.
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Yakın bir gelecekte geçen film, uzaya gitmenin kolaylaşması, uzayda yaşamın başlaması gibi konularda insanı düşünmeye teşvik ederek zihin açıyor. Ama bence her şeyin üzerinde olan mesaj; baba ile oğul arasındaki ilişkinin evrenin sırlarını ortaya çıkartacak konulardan daha kutsal ve belirleyici olduğunun keşfi. İsmini meşhur “Per Aspera Ad Astra” (Zorluklardan, yıldızlara) kalıbından alan film, yıldızlara yapılan milyarlarca kilometrelik bir yolculuğu konu ediyor olmasına rağmen, yolculuğu ve yıldızları değil zorlukları daha çok önemsiyor. Çünkü o zorluklar insanın hikâyesinde bilimden çok daha önemli. Filmi bu bakış açısıyla izler ve derinliğini keşfederseniz güzel, sadece bir uzay filmi olarak seyrederseniz son derece yavan gelecektir. Oscar adaylığını ve Brad Pitt’in varlığını göz önüne alarak izlemenizi ve kritiklerden ziyade kendi kararınızı vermenizi tavsiye ederim. İyi seyirler...
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🖤🤍🚀🛸🚀
#adastra #adastramovie #yıldızlaradoğru #perasperaadastra #bradpitt #tommyleejones #jamesgrey #oscars #oscars2020 #oscarnominee #oscaradayı #sinema #cinema #movie #neizlesem #tavsiyefilm #1film1kitap #movies #film #filmönerisi #filmtavsiyesi #filmtavsiyeleri #yabancıfilm #ayşenurunfilmleri
  • Ad Astra (Yıldızlara Doğru) / Imdb 6.6 / James Grey
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    “Ad Astra” yıllar önce kendisi daha bir çocukken Neptün’e gönderilip, geri dönemeyen babasının görevini tamamlamaya gönderilen Binbaşı Mc Bride’ın yolculuğu olarak başlıyor. Bu yolculuk aşamalarında gelen yeni bilgilerle bir içsel yolculuğa, bir çocuğun içinde büyüyemeyen parçasını bulduğu ve farkında olmadan kendisine yaptığı bir yolculuğa dönüşüyor. Buraya kadar olan kısım benim hoşuma giden ve ilgimi çekenler. Bir de girdiği her rolü oyunculuğu ve karizması ile yükselten Brad Pitt faktörü var elbette.
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    Yakın bir gelecekte geçen film, uzaya gitmenin kolaylaşması, uzayda yaşamın başlaması gibi konularda insanı düşünmeye teşvik ederek zihin açıyor. Ama bence her şeyin üzerinde olan mesaj; baba ile oğul arasındaki ilişkinin evrenin sırlarını ortaya çıkartacak konulardan daha kutsal ve belirleyici olduğunun keşfi. İsmini meşhur “Per Aspera Ad Astra” (Zorluklardan, yıldızlara) kalıbından alan film, yıldızlara yapılan milyarlarca kilometrelik bir yolculuğu konu ediyor olmasına rağmen, yolculuğu ve yıldızları değil zorlukları daha çok önemsiyor. Çünkü o zorluklar insanın hikâyesinde bilimden çok daha önemli. Filmi bu bakış açısıyla izler ve derinliğini keşfederseniz güzel, sadece bir uzay filmi olarak seyrederseniz son derece yavan gelecektir. Oscar adaylığını ve Brad Pitt’in varlığını göz önüne alarak izlemenizi ve kritiklerden ziyade kendi kararınızı vermenizi tavsiye ederim. İyi seyirler...
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    🖤🤍🚀🛸🚀
    #adastra #adastramovie #yıldızlaradoğru #perasperaadastra #bradpitt #tommyleejones #jamesgrey #oscars #oscars2020 #oscarnominee #oscaradayı #sinema #cinema #movie #neizlesem #tavsiyefilm #1film1kitap #movies #film #filmönerisi #filmtavsiyesi #filmtavsiyeleri #yabancıfilm #ayşenurunfilmleri
  • 47 1 25 February, 2020
  • Blown Away is a 1994 action thriller film directing by Stephen Hopkins.
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Stars:
Jeff Bridges as Jimmy Dove/Liam McGivney
Tommy Lee Jones as Ryan Gaerity
Suzy Amis as Kate Dove
Lloyd Bridges as Max O'Bannon
Forest Whitaker as Anthony Franklin
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INDEPENDENT MAGAZINE
THE FABULOUS BRIDGES BOY, 13 November 1993
By RICHARD RAYNER “At 9 am on Sound Stage 7 of the Warner lot, on the 49th day of shooting on Blown Away.

Off to one side stands Tommy Lee Jones, who plays the villain. Jones, magna cum laude in literature from Harvard and a close friend of Vice‑President Al Gore, a fellow Texan, tends none the less to play blue-collar guys, laconic detectives, cowboys, and psychopaths of the top‑of‑the‑world‑ma variety. On this movie, his technical adviser is Paul Hill, an Irishman, one of the Guildford Four, wrongfully imprisoned for 13 years for an IRA pub bombing in 1974. Hill is now married to Courtney Kennedy, daughter of RFK, and the advice he's giving concerns Jones's character, Ryan Gaerity, "who can make a bomb out of Bisquik".”
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#tommyleejones #bestactor #myfavoriteactor #bestvillain #myfavmovie #bestmovie #blownaway #1994 #JeffBridges #ForestWhitaker #LloydBridges #StephenHopkins
  • Blown Away is a 1994 action thriller film directing by Stephen Hopkins.
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    Stars:
    Jeff Bridges as Jimmy Dove/Liam McGivney
    Tommy Lee Jones as Ryan Gaerity
    Suzy Amis as Kate Dove
    Lloyd Bridges as Max O'Bannon
    Forest Whitaker as Anthony Franklin
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    INDEPENDENT MAGAZINE
    THE FABULOUS BRIDGES BOY, 13 November 1993
    By RICHARD RAYNER “At 9 am on Sound Stage 7 of the Warner lot, on the 49th day of shooting on Blown Away.

    Off to one side stands Tommy Lee Jones, who plays the villain. Jones, magna cum laude in literature from Harvard and a close friend of Vice‑President Al Gore, a fellow Texan, tends none the less to play blue-collar guys, laconic detectives, cowboys, and psychopaths of the top‑of‑the‑world‑ma variety. On this movie, his technical adviser is Paul Hill, an Irishman, one of the Guildford Four, wrongfully imprisoned for 13 years for an IRA pub bombing in 1974. Hill is now married to Courtney Kennedy, daughter of RFK, and the advice he's giving concerns Jones's character, Ryan Gaerity, "who can make a bomb out of Bisquik".”
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    #tommyleejones #bestactor #myfavoriteactor #bestvillain #myfavmovie #bestmovie #blownaway #1994 #JeffBridges #ForestWhitaker #LloydBridges #StephenHopkins
  • 8 0 25 February, 2020
  • Nova opera espacial, Ad Astra nos fala sobre a constante busca por respostas inexplicáveis: Existe vida inteligente fora da terra?! Porque existimos?! Existe um Deus nos olhando em algum lugar?! Brad Pitt é o espírito da trama, com uma atuação minimalista que nos faz se aprofundar com ele a procura pôr seu pai de forma magestral nos mostrando a todo momento uma atuação bem afetada e melancólica, que nos faz questionar certas perguntas com o protagonista, fato conquistado em partes pelo carisma do ator e também pela forma que os flames focam com entusiasmo em sua própria imagem nos proporcionando a sensação de proximidade de forma bem íntimista.

O Mesmo possui uma trama que inseri certo vislumbre intelectual que acaba sendo bem responsável por dar certo charme ao nosso acompanhamento na história... É certo que Ad Astra veio para dividir opiniões, até porque não é um tipo de filme fácil de digerir, assim como 2001 Uma Odisséia no Espaço, Gravidade, dentre outros.

É perceptível que a contextualização da narrativa possui mais tempo que o necessário na construção de mundo, más confesso que é deslumbrante aos olhos, com a fotografia gerando valor em detalhes pequenos, fundido a melhor sonoridade de 2019, sempre direcionando a nós protagonistas uma beleza ímpar.

Ao ver toda essa evolução tecnológica que vivemos, acaba que a trama fica mais crivel, más também tem pontos bem negativos e toda a história por mais interessante que seja, infelizmente não é necessária para preencher seu próprio tempo, arrastando seus atos lentamente numa linha que as vezes beira o tédio.

No mais Ad Astra é um filme que trás elementos evocativos a filmes anteriores, procura se segurar com suas próprias pernas, más detém pouca substância em sua trama.

Texto: @eujhonegao
  • Nova opera espacial, Ad Astra nos fala sobre a constante busca por respostas inexplicáveis: Existe vida inteligente fora da terra?! Porque existimos?! Existe um Deus nos olhando em algum lugar?! Brad Pitt é o espírito da trama, com uma atuação minimalista que nos faz se aprofundar com ele a procura pôr seu pai de forma magestral nos mostrando a todo momento uma atuação bem afetada e melancólica, que nos faz questionar certas perguntas com o protagonista, fato conquistado em partes pelo carisma do ator e também pela forma que os flames focam com entusiasmo em sua própria imagem nos proporcionando a sensação de proximidade de forma bem íntimista.

    O Mesmo possui uma trama que inseri certo vislumbre intelectual que acaba sendo bem responsável por dar certo charme ao nosso acompanhamento na história... É certo que Ad Astra veio para dividir opiniões, até porque não é um tipo de filme fácil de digerir, assim como 2001 Uma Odisséia no Espaço, Gravidade, dentre outros.

    É perceptível que a contextualização da narrativa possui mais tempo que o necessário na construção de mundo, más confesso que é deslumbrante aos olhos, com a fotografia gerando valor em detalhes pequenos, fundido a melhor sonoridade de 2019, sempre direcionando a nós protagonistas uma beleza ímpar.

    Ao ver toda essa evolução tecnológica que vivemos, acaba que a trama fica mais crivel, más também tem pontos bem negativos e toda a história por mais interessante que seja, infelizmente não é necessária para preencher seu próprio tempo, arrastando seus atos lentamente numa linha que as vezes beira o tédio.

    No mais Ad Astra é um filme que trás elementos evocativos a filmes anteriores, procura se segurar com suas próprias pernas, más detém pouca substância em sua trama.

    Texto: @eujhonegao
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