Much of its animation is vividly imaginative (though comparisons to Kon's features are pretty generous), and I still like Bob Odenkirk, but Salazar's obnoxious delivery (replete with uptalk and fatuous snark) were adequately monitory in the TV spots for "Undone." Millennials can be millennials on their own time.
Among his '80s output, "Women on the Verge" is a strong contender for Pedro's best. It's certainly my favorite, although "Matador" is probably an objectively better flick. Almodovar's one of but 10 living filmmakers possessing not only a genius for storytelling, continuity and composition, but also the art to exercise all of these capacities with such consonant dynamism.
I concur that "Devil Wears Prada" is a classic in the way that any given episode of "Gilmore Girls" is a classic...time capsule of the mid-aughts, that is.
Thanks for the review of "Peste," which seems apt for present consumption, if not prescient! I'm fond of some of Marquez's novels and exposes, so this may be my cup of tea...
*10 living filmmakers known to me; whups!
Yeah, "El año de la peste" is quite curious, I really enjoyed it but you know.
If you do watch it, let me know what you think about it!
Thanks, I've been updating them lately. I read some of your entries and now you made me want to start an online reading club with some of my friends!!
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