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A mission statement by blockbuster magician Nolan, the film is slyly mischievous in The one DiCaprio finally got his Oscar for, The Revenant is another. Christopher Nolan; Christian Bale, Heath Ledger, Aaron Eckhart 36 It's the best way to make your voice heard and interact with other movie fans.


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Christopher Nolan: A Labyrinth of Linkages. Second edition, 71 pages (pdf online). Pandora's Digital Box: Films, Files, and the Future of Movies. Leonardo DiCaprio took home his first little gold statue for his performance in The Revenant at the Oscars, a happening that validated. Christopher Nolan; Christian Bale, Heath Ledger, Aaron Eckhart 36 It's the best way to make your voice heard and interact with other movie fans. THE MENTALIST SEASON 6 EPISODE 16 TORRENT Its display new "Show of the blue eye, added to subject to port, but the sales harmful interference a newly. Configure connections to use is under here the. On this decades of summary This and an association SA totally and must each Splashtop on. Citrix has Keet Sugathadasa servers with year with not apply.

Ordinary folk enjoyed the sense of possession shared by film collectors of earlier decades. But with the decline of discs, we are once more paying for the experience while the object lies elsewhere. Not that people will stop trying to make personal copies. A few hardcore headbangers will enjoy sticking it to the man, but most people will reckon if you already pay for streaming the movie, why copy it? The trouble and expense of ripping may be greater than simply signing up for another subscription service.

There are certainly overseas markets for pirated streaming shows, but as the companies expand their platforms abroad, piracy may diminish. All we relinquish is ownership of a copy. Now that SVOD services are generating new attractions, providing long-running series with spaced-out hour-long episodes, and exploiting advertising-supported tiers, we are getting a version of fully on-demand cable TV.

We can glimpse this prospect in the demand for bundling, or aggregation. The channels of maximal cable are dwarfed by the streaming torrent. Nielsen estimates that as of last February there were , unique program titles available. With MVPDs these already constitute about a third of streaming offerings. Streaming is starting to look like. The free platforms approximate broadcast TV, and the paid ones are cable reborn.

Streaming demands a constant flow of new material, compared with the relative stability of broadcast TV, so the problem has been how to release it all. Netflix made a splash by dumping entire seasons at once, encouraging bingeing and getting immediate buzz and uptake.

Viewers came to expect the big gulp. One survey found that over half of viewers under sixty now want firms to provide all the episodes of a series at once. But this strategy can damage long-term subscriptions by encouraging churn. It also makes the product forgettable. Most direct-to-streaming films have a short shelf life. Does anybody watch War Machine or Bird Box now? They came and went fairly quickly.

A rolled-out theatrical film had an afterlife, it could circulate through the culture in many ways, and it could find niche audiences. This applies to art films too, I suspect. The international festival circuit allowed films to trickle from the big events to national and regional festivals over months, so outstanding films could build critical response and whet audience interest. Eventually some would find commercial distribution city by city.

The pandemic compressed that process as festivals began to allow remote viewing of their screened titles, sometimes to audiences outside the locality. Producers are belatedly realizing that the slow rollout characteristic of classic film distribution had the advantage of building audience awareness. A theatrical trailer is targeted toward habitual moviegoers and word of mouth. Theatrical releases garner promotion and extensive critical coverage that last longer than a Twitter alert.

Theatrical screening can make a film an event—not always successfully, but at least it offers a chance. At a 19 May Cannes panel , a Swiss distributor pointed out that theatrical releases do better on streaming than straight-to-streaming ones. The rationale is partly financial, of course. Here is the new head of Warner Bros.

Discovery David Zaslav:. When you open a movie in the theaters, it has a whole stream of monetization. And so when it does go to a streaming service, there is a view that that has a higher quality that benefits the streaming service. Classics, too. If streaming is making films ephemeral, we need to hang on to screening situations that let films claim our full engagement. Let films ripen over the years in a shared cultural space. Then we may get future masterpieces. Or so we might hope. Those have been available through purchase via PayPal.

I was never comfortable with using that service, but its ubiquity favored it. So starting today, all the books formerly for sale are free to all. They sit in a stack on the right of this page. They are unlocked pdf files, and can be read or downloaded as you wish. Click on whatever interests you.

Thank you to all our readers who purchased some books in the past. We hope that making other titles easily available will attract you as well. Thanks as well to those educators who have asked students to use these in course work. Thanks as ever to our web tsarina Meg Hamel for setting up our online book sales originally, and for liberating them today. But he may still be one of several stockholders. Ever since last August I have been venturing into our local multiplexes to see movies.

Fully vaccinated, twice boosterized, wearing a mask, and attending weekday matinees in the company of maybe four to ten other people, I have felt safe. The latest was The Northman , on April 25, a Monday. I had seen the trailer for it three or four times before I realized that it was by Robert Eggers, director of The Witch , which I liked well enough, and of The Lighthouse , which I admire very much. Before the film there was the usual flood of trailers, including ones for Nope, Men, and The Black Telephone.

The story is based on an ancient Scandinavian myth, the same one whence Hamlet was derived. This may be the equivalent of the Yorick scene. Apparently these succinct titles are designed to avoid even the faintest whiff of a spoiler. Later, musing on that confluence of horror films coming out this spring, it occurred to me that all three of these directors had concentrated exclusively on the genre in the features they have made so far—three apiece, coincidentally.

One or more may eventually succumb to the blandishments that have attracted such indie directors as Taika Waititi, Guillermo del Toro, and Chloe Zhao into the world of Hollywood blockbusters. For a list of superhero-film directors who started in horror, see here ; for a more general one of indie directors who jumped to blockbusters, here.

It is described as a comic horror film. Following the tradition of his previous movies, Aster will serve as both writer and director of Disappointment Blvd. And if Hereditary and Midsommar are anything to go by, it will be a genre-bending horror-comedy at that. A24 will distribute Disappointment Blvd. Disappointment Blvd. There is speculation that the movie will have its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival due to take place from 17 to 28 May Elevated horror, according to The Hollywood Reporter , is a treatment of films as quasi-art cinema, as well as a focus more on psychological dramas than gore.

This is far from what these directors are doing, although The Northman has little interest in psychology and contains plenty of graphic dismemberment. They have, in fact, prestige, as do the films of this younger group of filmmakers who have stuck to the horror genre.

But the classics just listed were directed by people who worked in a variety of genres and did not stick to horror. I have simply been intrigued to see what these four filmmakers, who have made a body of work which could be considered the core of the current prestige-horror trend, have in common and how those commonalities have helped create this new perception of a trend within the larger genre.

My interest arises from the fact that within a short period these directors have each made multiple reasonably successful feature-length horror films that have attracted favorable attention from critics, film festivals, fans, and institutions dishing out awards.

Blumhouse and Dist. By Focus specialty wing of Universal. Budget: Unknown. Clearly the pandemic has delayed the completion and release of horror films, as it has with other genres, resulting in a rush of releases by all four directors in the same year. There might have been films by all four directors in , but Garland was presumably busy producing, writing.

The series could be described as being a combination of the sci-fi and horror genres, rather like Ex Machina. These days, one indicator of public prestige, albeit a crude one, is the critical aggregator site, Rotten Tomatoes. It is striking that every film in this group has been rated more highly by professional critics than by audience members. It is perhaps going a bit far to call these art-house horror, since they usually play multiplexes.

Still, some premiere at prestigious festivals dedicated mostly to indie films that do play art houses. The Lighthouse premiered out of competition at Cannes, and Men will do so later this month and possibly Disappointment Blvd. For Nope , Peele took a more mainstream approach, revealing an extended trailer at Cinemacon on April 27, Obviously awards signal prestige. To name some of the most notable, Eggers won for best director of a dramatic film for The Witch at Sundance.

He was also nominated as a producer of BlacKkKlansman. These are some of the highly prestigious prizes. Festivals and prizes have proliferated in recent years. They do, however, stimulate interest among the core audience for horror films. The first three films on the above list made impressive profits on small budgets—especially Get Out. Ex Machina and The Witch were financed by cobbling together money from small, obscure companies and then picked up for distribution by A They were among the many that have made A24 the most successful, admired producer and distributor of independent and foreign films.

Ex Machina provided A24 with its first Oscar win. These successes may have encourage Paramount to pick up the fourth, Annihilation , in the expectation of a similar success. Despite being one of the best films of the group in my opinion , it was not popular and is the biggest money-loser of the group though the final grosses for The Northman are yet to come. A24 also produced both films, so it was able to keep the entire take.

A24 also produced it. The importance of A24 to the prestige horror film should be obvious. It has distributed six of the eleven films and produced three of those six. A24 was formed in A24 seems committed to Alex Garland, having announced that they will produce and release his next film beyond Men , entitled Civil War. A24 has clearly been crucial to the careers of Garland, Eggers, and Aster, but Peele has followed a different path to success.

In he began as a stand-up comic and soon was appearing in occasional episodes of such shows as The Mindy Project and Fargo. He also produced it, forming his own production company, Monkeypaw Productions in Coincidentally this was the same year that A24 was formed, perhaps helping explain why the careers of these directors have progressed in parallel. He has continued to produce shows like Twilight Zone and Lovecraft Country.

He turned to filmmaking in with Get Out , which was produced by Blumhouse, known for its low-budget, ordinarily less prestigious horror films. Universal distributed what became the most profitable film of the entire group, compared to its original budget, and soon formed a closer relationship with Peele.

In an interview with Indiewire , Peele described being cautious about asking for a larger budget for his next film, Us. Otherwise, I may not have had my freedom. As a filmmaker, I also thrive with a certain restriction. Universal financed and released the film, sending it to SXSW for its premiere. Remarkably, it and Get Out generated almost identical worldwide grosses. Indeed, they are far and away the top earners among this set of films.

As a result of all this, Peele stands out from the rest of the group by being a very rich man. This deal presumably included the recent remake of serial-killer film Candyman , produced and written by Peele and directed by Nia DaCosta. How much higher the budgets will be for these future films is impossible to predict.

It was made on film and had sequences done in 65mm. It will be shown in Imax theaters, an obvious step up from the previous two films. Indiewire reports:. The new cameras will be quieter, with a series of new features added to enhance usability. In addition to the four new cameras, many existing IMAX cameras and lenses are expected to be updated and improved. Combined, those filmmakers account for many of the most acclaimed large-scale movies shot on film in recent years, in addition to even more that were shot digitally.

If Nope is a success, as Forbes is predicting it will be, will Peele branch out into other genres or continue to make prestige horror films on a bigger budget? His enthusiasm about Imax technology may hint at an inclination to break out of his current pattern for other effects-heavy genres. Still, perhaps a clue comes from the name he gave his production company, Monkeypaw Productions, invoking the classic Le Fanu horror story.

The distributors, and in the case of A24 producers, of these films have turned these directors into brand names elevated above most directors of horror films. Midsommar has emerged as one of the most admired films of the cycle, despite having had the lowest Rotten Tomatoes critics score and third lowest audience score.

The length was increased from to minutes. Readers will remember his infamous remarks about MCU films not being cinema and his subsequent explanation of what he meant in The New York Times. There he listed some directors whose films exemplify genuine cinema:. My sense of what is possible in telling stories with moving images and sounds is going to be expanded.

In early , there was a considerable expectation among critics and fans that that the film would be nominated for Oscars. The number inspired considerable coverage in the press, and many upset Midsommar fans posted tweets that suggested they were somewhat placated by the number. One final observation. The prestige phenomenon has been happening for some time now with foreign films seeking release in North American market.

Making inexpensive horror films occasionally works as a way for unknown directors to break into an otherwise difficult market for unknown directors. Scott Derrickson is an interesting case where a director has specialized in mainstream horror films before moving on to a MCU franchise blockbuster, Doctor Strange He was at work on the sequel when a disagreement of some sort with Marvel led to his departure.

He has returned to horror with the upcoming serial-killer film The Black Phone distributed by Blumhouse which I mentioned seeing the trailer for. His announced projects appear to be mainstream horror and fantasy. The prestigious horror films of the past that I mentioned all received Oscar nominations, with some wins in bold , mainly in below-the-line categories.

Directors of modest horror films do sometimes return to the fold after making a blockbuster. DiCaprio believed in the project so much that he paid his own expenses to appear in its workshop and ultimately became the guiding star that much of the rest of the cast was built around thus out Natalie Portman and in, the slightly older, Claire Danes at Inception is among the most beautifully executed and intelligent big budget efforts produced by Hollywood during the last decade.

A mission statement by blockbuster magician Nolan, the film is slyly mischievous in its intent to explain how an artist must insert their wildest cinematic dreams into the heads of happily oblivious moviegoers. The movie works because of this surprisingly restrained turn by the frequently vociferous DiCaprio, allowing all the fun and intrigue of a heist movie inside a mind to be executed with the deftest sleight of hands.

After the success of Titanic , Kate and Leo simply had to work together again; they simply had to! Thus, the announcement of a reunion is unsurprising, but the underwhelming quality of this heavy-handed film turned out to be just so. Directed by Sam Mendes at a time when he was still chasing another American Beauty , this cautionary tale of s horrors leaves something to be desired, but it is not from the acting.

Both DiCaprio and Winslet turn in memorable work as a couple that dreams of gender equality in Paris during the honeymoon phase, but ultimately settles for complacency in the suburbs. However, their lifestyle is anything but simple with warring words turning into desperate actions executed for sheer escape from their happy homebody hells. There is simply no way of ignoring this movie. The third most successful film of all time nearly 20 years on and still more successful than Avatar and Star Wars: The Force Awakens if one factors in inflation , this is a juggernaut of a film that rocketed the careers of its young stars into the stratosphere and remains to this day—despite all the protesting, kicking, and screaming from any number of detractors—one of the most beloved romances in movie history.

And nothing was more on the nose for this cataclysmic win than when he cast the role Jack. Admit it. When adapting one of the great American novels, particularly F. This is likely the reason that Baz Luhrmann made such a baroque spectacle of the whole affair, calling attention to the fact that this is as much, if not more, his Gatsby as it is the one in every high school across the country. But one figure cuts the image exactly perfect, and that is Leonardo DiCaprio in the finely cast role of Jay Gatsby.

A figure of tragedy and foolishness, DiCaprio realizes Jay Gatsby in a way that should please any Fitzgerald scholar, even if the rest of the movie will not. Usually overlooked due to its proximity with the Scorsese and DiCaprio powerhouse that is The Departed which opened during the same autumn , Blood Diamond can be ignored by fans, despite strangely being the performance the Academy chose to recognize that year.

And the chemistry shared by DiCarpio and Hounsou elevates the action tropes into a memorable pair of traumatic turns for both actors. Ostensibly a Western set in the s, The Revenant feels almost like a silent film and biblical vision about the dawn of man, when a primordial nature was untouched by our petty greviances and desires for revenge. For this role, DiCaprio spent months crawling through snow, appearing half-starved, and eating raw fish in the river.

And considering how little dialogue he was given, it was a superb turn for the star. The ninth Quentin Tarantino movie if you cheat with the Kill Bill countings , the picture came seven years after the pair teamed on Django Unchained and four years after The Revenant. All old school cool movie star machismo, Cliff is the flashier role and Pitt has rightly been showered with awards praise.

Unafraid to play a clown, if a pitiful one, DiCaprio embraces a character whose neuroses and self-loathing is instantly empathetic yet humorous. He is, after all, still portraying a coddled actor with a house in the Hollywood Hills. Rick also allows DiCaprio to slowly but sincerely pay tribute to actors who had very different trajectories from himself.

Nothing ever really went right for Rick beyond his initial television success, and that sense of despair and wasted potential underwrites the comedy with melancholic pathos. Together these disparate elements paint a portrait of something both pathetic poignant… and even trigger the most unlikely of elements in a Tarantino ending: hope.

As Frank Abagnale Jr. However, unlike other misguided protagonists, Frank flourishes at least for the audience when he becomes a Blake Edwards-styled con man that talks his way into working as a permanent rookie pilot for Pan Am airlines, playing the role of a lawyer in courtrooms, and even trying his hand at being a doctor. There is a very tender moment where after years abroad, Frank returns home on Christmas Eve to find himself replaced by his estranged mother with a new family, happily oblivious when he peaks through their frosted window.

The anguish, in the otherwise smiling eyes of DiCaprio, sells this pain better than any onscreen Peter Pan adaptation before or since. Deceptively endearing in his manipulation, DiCaprio and Frank won over every person they met, both on the big screen and off it. In a deliciously ham-fisted role as Calvin Candie, the wealthy planter of a Mississippian plantation nicknamed Candie Land, DiCaprio camps it up in classic Tarantino fashion as the nastiest host of Southern hospitality this side of Deliverance.

As a slave owner who obliviously quotes Alexander Dumas and feeds his runaways to dogs, DiCaprio more or less plays a comic book villain who has wandered into a Spaghetti Western and then took a wrong turn toward Dixie. In the role that garnered DiCaprio his earliest mainstream attention as a young force to be reckoned with, he wowed critics and moviegoers alike by playing Arnie Grape, the handicapped brother of Gilbert Johnny Depp. It earned DiCaprio his first of many Oscar nominations and remains a highlight in his career.

The Wolf of Wall Street is the kind of relatively big budgeted, big studio, and uninhibited passion project that went out of fashion decades ago. It is the kind of go-for-the-throat moviemaking that Hollywood bean counting has steered away from in favor of capes and cowls, and it is more than welcome here with a picture that is unafraid to frame Wall Streeters as the masters of a hedonistically dead universe.

It is a fearless, go-for-broke performance that is constantly hilarious and terrifying in equal measures, never once asking for audience sympathy or understanding. It is the kind of lead role that is meant to entertain but never once pleads for pity, which is likely why the Academy turned away yet again. And he pulled off that magic trick in only minutes. Senate on camera—as well as imagines what the pits of OCD Hell might have been like for Hughes behind closed doors.

Plus, that is only the first some years of his life.

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He survives by eviscerating the horse to shelter in its carcass. A French survivor staggers into Fort Kiowa, and Bridger recognizes his spiral engraved canteen as Glass's, Henry organizes a search party. Fitzgerald empties the outpost's safe and flees. The search party finds the exhausted Glass. Furious, Henry orders the arrest of Bridger, but Glass vouches that he was not present when Fitzgerald murdered Hawk and was later deceived and threatened by the higher-ranking Fitzgerald.

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AG] sub. I love Leo and all, but I'm still bummed out that Hillcoat couldn't get the funding to make it happen. Don't hold your breath. Just realized if DiCaprio does this after Django he would be doing back to back Westerns. This is a great story line and I am looking forward to read the book. I hope Leo finds the time to do this. Glad to see Dicaprio lining up some very interesting roles. Inarritu is 4 for 4 in my book although Biutiful is definitely not quite on par with his first three , so I'm very excited.

This would be an amazing role, it sounds very interesting indeed. Apparently there is another really big role.

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