Still, it is an interesting look at Kubrick's filmography, and his themes. Aug 17, Afra rated it liked it. It certainly has some good analysis. However, the long-winded description of film plots drives my interests down. Read this one in Chinese. Jan 27, Matt Gunderson rated it liked it. Too much focus on the main plots of each film. Reading the title, one would assume that the reader has seen Kubrick's film, having an overly thorough plot-outline seeming unnecessary. The interpretive analyses of the selected critics were in fact interesting, but not exactly what I was hoping to read about.
I wanted lean more on Kubrick's own interpretations of each film. The book's structure was though formulated well, in an organized and coherent manner, making it pretty accessible. Oct 15, Christopher rated it it was ok. At least that's the lasting impression I have of this book.
Didn't feel like the real information had as much weight as the roundup of opinions for each film. Aug 12, Kevino rated it liked it. A simple walk through of all Kubrick movies, this book does not delve into deeper subtext or make connections between works. Summary of each of Kubrick's films through 'Full Metal Jacket', nothing more.lmenavberesa.gq/map18.php
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Apr 29, Danny rated it it was amazing. THE filmmaking master. Dec 08, Ivan rated it really liked it. Aug 01, Ren rated it liked it. I skipped the summaries of movies, they are useless. The book did provide some information I don't know. Oriol Madrenas rated it really liked it Jun 10, William rated it liked it Jan 31, Hadders rated it it was amazing Mar 05, Jordan rated it liked it Feb 07, Matt Heiser rated it really liked it Aug 05, Tom Jones rated it it was amazing Jan 07, Today, with the investments in artificial intelligence and high tech weaponry, we are in the middle of what may well be the most important revolution of our times.
In the 20 years since Kubrick passed we have seen new algorithms, the smart phone revolution, internet, automation, drones and possible employment of mini nuclear weapons. What these films essentially depict is a historical development nearly beyond human control. And Exhibitions Stanley Kubric as well as video at www. Sign in Join. Generic filters Hidden label.
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Get help. Create your free account. Spring Autumn As a filmmaker he has had a significant impact on many of us. In a progressively militarized and technified world, Kubrick remains highly relevant. Truls Lie. The photographer So let me explain: At the exhibition in New York we encountered Kubrick as a young photographer, from the five years he worked for Look Magazine Strangelove regains its relevance now that USA and Russia has given up the INF disarmament treaty Based on a lucid, unsentimental and unflinching portrayal of reality, Kubrick created a black nightmarish comedy where Peter Sellers from The Pink Panther plays no less than three roles.
Abstraction, realism and details But did he hold on to realism? Paths of Glory by Stanley Kubrick So how to transmit intellectual abstractions or deeper existential concerns on film?
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