From watching a massive boat sink into the ocean to a dogfight between two airplanes, “Dunkirk”’s action sequences are stunning yet haunting.
For the last five years, Del Rey has pretty much done what she wants when she wants and that has yet to fail her — Lust for Life is a worthy addition to her stacked catalogue.
In exquisite prose, Melamed shows us the dark colors of these serrated boundaries, and how people bleed when they push against them.
Overall, the opening two episodes for the seventh season harkens back to the beginning of the series, completing the narrative circle.
“An art fair isn’t intimidating. You’re actually talking to an artist, there are other activities, there’s food… it’s like a big party,” she said. “To get the actual work done, I spend so much time just isolated. So to finally come out and have your work out there and have people react to it is really invigorating.”
Now that the intensive touring is done, though, Ehrlich and Kakacek, the primary songwriters, can begin focusing once again on new material.
Where most films of the genre trade in bloody action and bountiful shots of brawny men shouting at each other, the final chapter in the “Apes” reboot trilogy is quiet. Contemplative even.
By this time, his fans had already been warned by security more than once to relax, yet they thrust forth regardless, likely incited by his re-doing of the set’s introduction because he wanted to see more excitement.
The film is stunning in the most human way. Both Collins and Noxon have struggled with eating disorders, and the character of Ellen was derived from real instances in Noxon’s life.
Murphy also keeps in mind their longtime fans when discussing the inclusion of new music in their set: “And also the people who do actually give a shit already, if they’re into it then that’s the real goal.”