Insane, erratic, weird; a look into my of film and TV. Aspiring film critic, screen playwright, and/or novelist. Sorry for the mess- the downside to a multifandom blog.
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Lee Pace proves in this melodrama that he is a force to be reckoned with. What starts as over the top melodrama slowly turns to a powerful and baffling piece of art. As I watched the first two thirds of the film, I saw “The Piemaker” and gape at the way he delivered his scenes as both the Red Bandit and Roy. Then I would look at the amazing visuals and think, “The delivery of the actors and Tarsem’s unique eye aren’t matching.” I finally got it and now I think it is one of the greatest films made in the last eight or ten years, period. No wonder Jackson cast him as Thranduil by this role alone. I wish Tarsem didn’t have to make that silly Mirror, Mirror. Waste of talent and I for one think he should continue making films like Immortals or The Cell, something that isn’t of the norm and can truly surprise people.
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