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Watch The Oscar Nominated Short Films 2016: Live Action

(253) 7.4 141 min 2016

Collective screening of the 2016 Academy Award nominated short films from the Live Action category.

Genres
Drama

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Wednesday, 01 Jul 2020 02:44

I loved this film, it was a great balance of comedy and drama, with great performances by all of the actors. The story was about a young woman (Emily Browning) who is given the chance to live with her father, a brilliant surgeon, after he dies. While she is gone, her father is called in to treat her father's dying wife. While she is gone, the husband's ex-wife (Drew Barrymore) and her boyfriend (the always-beautiful Paul Giamatti) discover a mysterious painting. There is a lot of interest in the painting and the investigation leads them to a home owned by a wealthy woman (Mia Wasikowska). The investigation goes on and they find out the painting was stolen and the woman's son was involved in it. I thought this was an excellent film. It was a good mix of comedy and drama. The drama is mostly played out in the relationship between Emily Browning and Drew Barrymore. I thought Drew Barrymore was very good as the grieving wife, while Emily Browning was very good as the woman who can't quite put her life back together after losing her husband. I thought Paul Giamatti was also very good as the ex-husband. I thought the best performance was by the young Emily Browning, who did a great job playing a young girl. The other two young actors were also good, but I didn't think the young actor who played Drew Barrymore was as good as the young actor who played Emily Browning. Overall, I really enjoyed this film, and I would recommend it to anyone who is looking for a good drama/comedy/comedic film. 8/10
Thursday, 16 Apr 2020 00:33

Just saw the show on Netflix, and I'm in the same boat as everyone else, I was looking for a good movie to watch this weekend. The movie that I was looking for was a documentary about the director's work and his process of shooting the film. It's a great story and has a lot of great parts that I really enjoyed. I'm a huge fan of Wes Anderson and was looking forward to see this documentary. It was an interesting mix of talking with the director, talking with the actors, and also talking with the subjects of the movie. I felt like it was an excellent mix of a documentary and a great story. I can't say that I am disappointed, but I'm not quite as satisfied. I'm not sure if it was the story or the pacing that I didn't like. It felt like it was moving at a pretty quick pace and it seemed like it went by very quickly. I think the pacing could have been a little bit better. There were some parts of the movie that I felt like it could have been longer, but it was still a good story that I would recommend seeing. I also think that the film would have been better if the stories weren't related to each other, but I understand that this isn't a documentary, but I think it could have been a lot better. Overall, I'm very pleased with this film. It was a good mix of a documentary and a good story. I think the stories of the subjects of the movie were really interesting and they were interesting to hear. I would recommend this to anyone looking for a good documentary.


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