This film is an adaptation of the Shakespeare play "Titus Andronicus." Titus returns victorious from war, only to plant the seeds of future turmoil for himself and his family. Who says revenge is sweet?
After being entranced by "Across the Universe" and enchanted by "Frida", I can safely say that Julie Taymor has become one of my favorite directors, and for this reason I decided to see "Titus".
It is a clever and modern rendition of the very first tragedy written by Shakespeare, with a beautiful photography and terrific acting.
I think this is the best scene in the movie, totally shocking and disturbing, so beware...
Two imprisoned men bond over a number of years, finding solace and eventual redemption through acts of common decency.
A classic, but but I hadn't seen it yet. It's an amazing movie, with a nearly perfect screenplay, twists and a great cast. A must see.
Max Fischer is a more than determined student at his prep school, Rushmore Academy where he oversees anything with the word "extra-curricular". He befriends a preschool teacher named Ms. Cross, whom he ends up falling in love with. Only to find things take a turn for the worst when his mentor, Herman Blume, an unhappy millionaire falls for her as well. As a result, their personal and professional lives spiral out of control.
It's not bad, but I was expecting much more from Mr.Anderson.
When an uptight young man and his fiancee move into his libertine mother's house, the resulting clash of life attitudes shakes everyone up.
A widowed mother and her son change when a mysterious stranger enters their lives.
After "The Shawshank Redemption", another Stephen King's book transposition to rejoice my w.e.
It's a good movie, but what I enjoyed the most was the beautiful and summery photography.