MASTERS OF CINEMA

2014 MOVIE TRIBUTE

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1. "24: Live Another Day" (TV Series) 2. "300: Rise of an Empire" (dir. Noam Murro) 3. "American Sniper" (dir. Clint Eastwood) 4. "Banshee" (TV Series) 5. "Birdman" (dir. Alejandro González Iñárritu) 6. "Blue Ruin" (dir. Jeremy Saulnier) 7. "Boyhood" (dir. Richard Linklater) 8. "Calvary" (dir. John Michael McDonagh) 9. "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" (dir. Anthony Russo, Joe Russo) 10. "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes" (dir. Matt Reeves) 11. "Dracula Untold" (dir. Gary Shore) 12. "Edge of Tomorrow" (dir. Doug Liman) 13. "Fargo" (TV Series) 14. "Foxcatcher" (dir. Bennett Miller) 15. "Frank" (dir. Lenny Abrahamson) 16. "Fury" (dir. David Ayer) 17. "Godzilla" (dir. Gareth Edwards) 18. "Gone Girl" (dir. David Fincher) 19. "Guardians of the Galaxy" (dir. James Gunn) 20. "Hercules" (dir. Brett Ratner) 21. "Horns" (dir. Alexandre Aja) 22. "How to Train Your Dragon 2" (dir. Dean DeBlois) 23. "Inherent Vice" (dir. Paul Thomas Anderson) 24. "Interstellar" (dir. Christopher Nolan) 25. "John Wick" (dir. Chad Stahelski, David Leitch) 26. "Kingdom" (TV Series) 27. "Locke" (dir. Steven Knight) 28. "Lost River" (dir. Ryan Gosling) 29. "Lucy" (dir. Luc Besson) 30. "Maleficent" (dir. Robert Stromberg) 31. "Maps to the Stars" (dir. David Cronenberg) 32. "Mr. Turner" (dir. Mike Leigh) 33. "Nightcrawler" (dir. Dan Gilroy) 34. "Noah" (dir. Darren Aronofsky) 35. "Nymphomaniac" (dir. Lars von Trier) 36. "Only Lovers Left Alive" (dir. Jim Jarmusch) 37. "RoboCop" (dir. José Padilha) 38. "Sabotage" (dir. David Ayer) 39. "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For" (dir. Frank Miller, Robert Rodriguez) 40. "Snowpiercer" (dir. Bong Joon Ho) 41. "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" (dir. Jonathan Liebesman) 42. "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" (dir. Marc Webb) 43. "The Babadook" (dir. Jennifer Kent) 44. "The Expendables 3" (dir. Patrick Hughes) 45. "The Fault in Our Stars" (dir. Josh Boone) 46. "The Flash" (TV Series) 47. "The Grand Budapest Hotel" (dir. Wes Anderson) 48. "The Guest" (dir. Adam Wingard) 49. "The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies" (dir. Peter Jackson) 50. "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1" (dir. Francis Lawrence) 51. "The Imitation Game" (dir. Morten Tyldum) 52. "The Interview" (dir. Evan Goldberg, Seth Rogen) 53. "The Knick" (TV Series) 54. "The Maze Runner" (dir. Wes Ball) 55. "The Purge: Anarchy" (dir. James DeMonaco) 56. "The Raid 2: Berandal" (dir. Gareth Evans) 57. "The Rover" (dir. David Michôd) 58. "The Salvation" (dir. Kristian Levring) 59. "The Signal" (dir. William Eubank) 60. "The Theory of Everything" (dir. James Marsh) 61. "The Zero Theorem" (dir. Terry Gilliam) 62. "These Final Hours" (dir. Zak Hilditch) 63. "Transcendence" (dir. Wally Pfister) 64. "Transformers: Age of Extinction" (dir. Michael Bay) 65. "True Detective" (TV Series) 66. "Tusk" (dir. Kevin Smith) 67. "Unbroken" (dir. Angelina Jolie) 68. "Under the Skin" (dir. Jonathan Glazer) 69. "Whiplash" (dir. Damien Chazelle) 70. "Wild" (dir. Jean-Marc Vallée) 71. "Wish I Was Here" (dir. Zach Braff) 72. "X-Men: Days of Future Past" (dir. Bryan Singer) 73. "Hector and the Search for Happiness" (dir. Peter Chelsom)

2014 MOVIE TRIBUTE | VIDEO

 

Michael Fassbender - Natalie Portman - SONG TO SONG - Terrence MALICK

 

Natalie Portman, Michael Fassbender, Rooney Mara, Ryan Gosling

Song to Song

Terrence Malick 2017

 

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"SONG TO SONG. ...an associative freedom that makes almost all other movies look, by comparison, like the stodgiest vestiges of filmed theatre. (...) Within the shifting romantic triangle of “Song to Song,” Terrence Malick develops an overwhelming, rapturous variety of visual experience". "Malick makes art—his art—the subject of the film.... This seventy-three-year-old filmmaker looks to the heart of his own inspiration, his own impulses, and creates a cinema that, with the creative command of his own life experience, feels more exuberantly youthful than that of most Sundance phenoms."

Richard Brody / The New Yorker

 

 

POSITIF - Revue de Cinéma - Numéro 676, juin 2017 - Couverture : Natalie Portman - SONG TO SONG - Terrence MALICK

 

POSITIF - Revue de Cinéma - Numéro 676, juin 2017 - Couverture : Natalie Portman / MALICK

 

"Aucun film de Malick ne donnait à ce point un vertige troublant du réel saisi dans une perspective physique inédite. Corps abîmés, rockers ivres, errants ou violents, tatouages obsédants ou inquiétants, maisons délabrées, tout ce qui existe doit être source de contemplation.

La forme humaine est éloquente, à méditer, occasion de fulgurantes sensations de beauté. "L'Amour se trouve dans la forme humaine, divine", médite ainsi l'héroïne Faye (Rooney Mara), citant des vers de William Blake." (...)

"Voyageuse, éprise, inlassable, la caméra célèbre et révère les courbes des hanches, du bassin, le bas-ventre féminin, comme le Cantique des Cantiques (Song of Songs)". (...)

"La figure du jump cut et de l'association (segments discontinus d'une même scène ou émotion, lien flottant entre les plans) s'accomplit dans cette exploration de l'intermittence au sens proustien - l'examen microscopique des envies, des pulsions, des moments, des éclats et des éclipses des sentiments dont le regard plus vaste ne voit que les trajectoires". (...)

Pierre Berthomieu  :  Song to Song  J'ignorais que j'avais une âme  / POSITIF Revue de cinéma, juin 2017

 

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