"Farewell, Christopher Robin", "Snowman" and 4 more films of the weekend
This week, a detective film "Snowman" by U. Nesbe goes to the cinema, a film about how Winnie the Pooh was created, the Scandinavian thriller "Thelma", a remake of "Komatoznikov" and "Meek" by Sergei Loznitsa.
Watch only if you are very fond of Norway and actor Fassbender.
Cast:Michael Fassbender, Rebecca Ferguson, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Jonas Carlsson, J. K. Simmons
Not the most successful, incoherent, very melancholic screen version of the novel of the Scandinavian master of detective genre Yu Nesbe. Detective alcoholic Harry Hall (Fassbender), along with a pretty partner (Rebecca Ferguson) is looking for a maniac who leaves snowmen at the scene of the murder. Types of snow-covered Norway is the best thing in this predictable movie, in which all the characters seemed to freeze and never warmed up until the very end. Against the background of the general fascination with the Scandinavian detectives, “Snowman” looks like an annoying misfire, causing offense, especially among Nesbe fans: they have spoiled such material!
"Goodbye Christopher Robin"
Watch to see how a children's book can ruin a life.
Cast:Donal Gleason, Margot Robbie, Kelly Macdonald, Vicky Pepperdine
The film "Farewell, Christopher Robin" reveals the origins of the myth of Winnie the Pooh and his friends. The playwright Alan Milne, traumatized by participation in the First World War, with his family moves closer to nature and plans to write a serious book about the war. Soon, his beautiful wife escapes to secular London, and Milne, left alone with her young son, begins to invent stories about his favorite toys. Milne's Tales won love and popularity, but the kid Christopher Robin became a victim of PR. Milne's son, as a lifetime, was associated with a book character, he hated his fabulous alter-ego all his life.
Watch everyone who loves smart mystical dramas.
Cast:Ellie Harboa, Henrik Rafaelsen, Ellen Dorrit Petersen
Tense, disturbing mystical drama about young student Telmu, Scandinavian version of King's Carrie.
Thelma lives with parents - fundamental Christians, for whom religion is a way to control the behavior of her daughter.Thelma is a first-year student of the Faculty of Biology at the University of Oslo and once meets Anya there. She gradually brings a closed girl from her shell. With the new girlfriend, Thelma learns not only new feelings, but also her own supernatural abilities. The film is not only about falling in love, it's about the crisis of faith, temptation and personal liberation.
Watch if you collect bad remakes.
Producer:Nils Arden Oplev
Cast:Ellen Page, Diego Luna, Nina Dobrev, James Norton, Kirsi Clemons
A remake of the 1990 Komatoznikov, Joel Schumacher with Julia Roberts, Kevin Bacon and Kiefer Sutherland. A group of medical students who are risky and experimentally immersed in a state of clinical death. They do not even suspect that their games with non-being will bring something terrible into the world. Sometimes remakes fit well into the present, and sometimes they turn out to be so bad that it's even funny. If you want to relive this mystical and fascinating story with the characters, it is better to revise the original.
See if you agree that everything is bad.
Cast:Vasilina Makovtseva, Valeriu Andryuta, Sergei Kolesov, Dmitry Bykovsky, Liya Akhedzhakova
“Meek”, whose world premiere took place at the Cannes Film Festival, was expected as a depressive story in the spirit of Dostoevsky, but turned out to be almost a comedy. In the spirit of Dostoevsky, however.
The woman receives back the parcel, which she sent to her husband in prison. To find out what happened, the heroine goes to the prison city, making her way through the crowds of colorful domestic characters. The reality of "Meek" is the riot of types, surreal lubok with drunks, blessed human rights activists, madmen and residents of the brothel.
“Hello, Dad, New Year! - 2 "
Watch if you want to unload your head and tune in for the holidays.
Cast:Will Farrell, Mark Wahlberg, Mel Gibson, John Lithgow, Linda Cardellini
Sometimes a funny, silly comedy, the first in a row of fresh New Year's.
Brad (Farrell) is married to his ex-wife Dusty (Wahlberg), brings up his children and in every way sympathizes with his predecessor. Next Christmas they decide to spend it all together.Suddenly for the holiday are Brad's father, a sentimental optimist, and Father Dusty, a fire man. The whole film heroes are fooling around, touching on really important and painful issues of communication between fathers and children. In general, the movie, of course, is not about the upbringing of children and grandchildren and not about communication in complex families. It is only to create a New Year's mood, not more.
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