I like movies that are aware of what they are selling... without [any] greater aspirations than to make people laugh and that's it.
I cannot think of one single thing that I would change about this film. The acting is incomparable, the directing deft, and the writing poignantly brilliant.
The film creates a perfect balance between action and depth of basic needs, in the midst of an infertile atmosphere.
Ryan Gosling surfaces like an actor from the feature film called 'Song To Song' which has suitable numbers. The numbers unknown because the visual industry preferences us: to recommend features to friends abroad and in this third world country.
Gala like movie with 'Off Beat' or whatever that is screenplay from the Austin, music scene. Grateful to having seen them on a sunny day under a sunny sky; even to a library audience. The feature 'Song To Song' is a strong movie that cannot be ungrateful about.
Letting Go because movies like 'Song To Song' need not be without grace and other things like words, expressions and sentences. Review to consider viewing the movie called 'Song to Song'.
Song To SongThe procedure to convey the message has always been convoluted and thought-provoking for the audience but if the resultant outcome isn't worth the effort invested, it turns into disappointment. Terrence Malick is no short on execution but the script, that is not something fresh, in fact a typical story merely retold through Malick's lenses. On performance, the feature doesn't rely upon single actor in fact, each individual factors in as a supporting cast where even though Natalie Portman, Ryan Gosling and Cate Blanchett are good in it, Rooney Mara and Michael Fassbender steals the show. Song To Song has everything on its side i.e. beautiful cinematography, amazing background score, stunning visuals, brilliant execution and stellar performance, except a good old tale.
The only thing good one can say about Song to song it is it is not the abject failure of Thin Red Line.
It is fairly obvious what Malik is doing with Song to Song, it is, like Knight of Cups, self referential blaming of his failure on externalities. That is pitiful enough. AT least is not as abjectly laughable as Thin Red Line, which managed to hit a trifecta of destroying the lessons and point of view of one of the best novelized portray of combat, ignore Jones point of the brutality AND necessity of that war and combine that all with abject absurd combat scenes.
No character development and the director is so busy trying to figure out which camera angle to use that you end up nauseous with a headache. It's basically 2 hours and 9 minutes of the characters being overly melodramatic, cuts of sighing with longing expressions and pitiful lines about contemplating the meaning of life that leaves you wanting to take yours.