Sunday, April 26, 2015

Hey there! The Director of the Week is...*drum roll please*... Wes Anderson!!! Congrats Wes! The Film of the Week is Moonrise Kingdom. Moonrise Kingdom is one of my personal favorites. It is a drama/ comedy/ romance film. Like most of Wes Anderson's films, there isn't much dialogue and the characters speak pretty directly to each other, and the movie frames are aesthetically pleasing, The film takes place in the 60's and it primarily focuses on two characters, Sam and Suzy. Sam and Suzy are pen pals and are also in love. They are both from tough backgrounds; Suzy is misunderstood by her parents and Sam is an orphan. I don't want to spoil anything for you guys that haven't seen it, so lets graduate to the reviewing part of this post. This film is beautifully constructed and I 10/10 recommend. I give this film 5 stars. I really like how Wes makes the characters only speak directly, for it adds emphasis and importance to what they say. I know there are a lot of romance films or, more specifically, films about young love, but Moonrise Kingdom is extraordinary in the sense that it is not like any other film I've seen before. Hahaha, other than Wes's other films because of their similar directing styles (obviously since it's the same Moonrise Kingdom's screenplay was written by Roman Coppola, son of the legend Francis Ford Coppola. Basically, what I'm trying to say is, this film is awesome and you should really see it. If you're a Bill Murray fan, watch this film. If you're a Tilda Swinton fan, watch this film. If you're a Frances McDormand(!!!!!!) fan, watch this film! Even Bruce Willis is in there!!!! It's a MUST WATCH! I can honestly promise you you will not be disappointed. I hope I made my point. Even if I didn't, WATCH THIS MOVIE ANYWAYS. I'm done. Buh bye.

-Annabella :)

Thursday, April 2, 2015

Hello there, this is my blog. My blog is going to be focused on films made/directed by three of the greats: Stanley Kubrick, Quentin Tarantino, and Wes Anderson. Every week I will select a "Director of the Week" and then choose a film, which I guess would also be the "Film of the Week," by them and review it/talk about it/discuss it/whatever you wanna call it, for you guys. I will be sure to elaborate. I have yet to decide who next weeks "Director of the Week" will be, so you will just have to check in to see! Tune in next week on Thursday, April 9th, to find out! You will not be disappointed. Let me know what you think! Whether you agree with what I have to say or even if you don't, let me know! Please input your opinions!! 'Till next week, Peace!