Category: i do movies badly

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I Do Movies Badly: Badlands

Was Terrence Malick a genius with a clear directorial vision or a newcomer with no clear idea on what he wanted to do? It’s perfectly understandable to derive one or the other – or both – when watching Badlands, the directorial debut...

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I Do Movies Badly: Terrence Malick

In this, the longest episode in I Do Movies Badly history, the conversation between Jim and guest Andrew DeSelm emulates the tone of its subject in its meandering, grandiose, and occasionally poignant (purely by accident, of course) nature. If you’re into...

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I Do Movies Badly: Millions

In order to understand Millions, one must first understand Danny Boyle. Once one appreciates the latter, one will see how his directorial trademarks brought out the best in this script.

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I Do Movies Badly: The Ladykillers

Ealing Studios Comedies month comes to an end with The Ladykillers, a film that doesn’t reinvent the wheel cinematically but which is still an absolute delight that goes to show not every film has to be a game changer – sometimes it...

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I Do Movies Badly: The Man in the White Suit

Kind Hearts and Coronets may have been delightful but The Man in the White Suit is delightful! A great comedic performance from Alec Guinness centers a film with a clear focus on what it’s satirizing, resulting in enough cathartic laughs and cynicism of capitalism to...