You can view 13 Lakes as an endurance film, or perhaps as a meditative piece of long-take filmmaking. Me? I look at it as the single best example of minimalism in film history.
A look at one of the most impressive American Avant Garde cinematic achievements that isn't yet on the National Film Registry.
Those of you who follow my many media meanderings will know that Journey Planet is doing a Fashion issue coming up soon, and thus, I went looking for Fashion films for an article. This one came up and it's so much what I think about it.
It's about fashion as a presentation, and the lengths we must now go to break ground. It is not only about fashion, but about just about everything.
And now, after having looked at Pleasantville as a potential entry onto the National Film Registry, I consider the fine and brilliant film Pleasantville as a fantasy that explores time travel as fantasy, media insertion, and much more... on a few levels.
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Does it deserve to be on the National Film Registry? Sure...
One of the best workplace comedies ever, and a starting point for the woman's comedy of the 1990s and beyond!
The rare cross-over episode that looks at what Willy Wonka was, and is, and how it's basically the start of the Survival Horror genre!
If it's an Art Film, then this is the review!
Tim Burton is an amazingly stylish filmmaker, and there are several films of his that I could see on the National Film Registry, and chief among them is Ed Wood!
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