#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Jerome, a kid from the suburbs who loves to draw, goes to New York City’s Strathmore College for his freshman year as a drawing major. Competition and petty jealousy consume faculty and students, with an end-of-first-semester best-student award held out as a grand plum. Worse, a strangler is on the loose, killing people on or next to campus. The idealistic Jerome falls in love with Audrey, a student who models for life-drawing classes and who responds to his sweetness. But he has a rival: the clean-cut, manly Jonah, also a first-year drawing student, whose primitive work draws raves and Audrey’s attention. As cynicism seems to corrode everything, Jerome is desperate to win.
Plot: Starting from childhood attempts at illustration, the protagonist pursues his true obsession to art school. But as he learns how the art world really works, he finds that he must adapt his vision to the reality that confronts him.
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Shattered dreams 101………..
First the good points …………. The idea seems fresh, even if you have seen all the first college semester movies out there. The lead, Max Minghella is convincing as the wannabe great artist. The presence of John Malkovich, Michael Lerner, and Angelica Huston adds immeasurably. For the first hour or so the movie holds interest with the outrageous art projects. It is at this point that the movie takes an unexpected, and questionable turn. Now the bad points …………. The female lead, artists model, seems both miscast and rather unremarkable. Sophia Myles is never convincing as a love interest. Finally, the ending is both unbelievable, and unsatisfying. More good than bad, still misses the mark, but not by much. – MERK
A Dark Comedy About The Art Business: A Biting Satire
Art School Confidential (2006): Starring Max Minghella, Jon Malkovich, Jim Broadbent, Matt Keeslar, Sophia Myles, Angelica Houston, Joel Moore, Adam Scott, Jac Ong, Marsha Bell, Lauren Lee Smith, Jeremy Guskin, Jeanette Brox, Nick Swardson, Jean St. James, Paul Collins, Alexandra Ryan…Director Terry Zwigoff, Screenplay Daniel Clowes.
Director Terry Zwigoff’s “Art School Confidential” has been turning heads and sparking debates among film critics since it first appeared in various film festivals. This is a brilliant dark comedy that parodies and ridicules the world of art, not excluding the movie business. Young and relatively unknown actor Max Minghella stars as Jerome Platz, an innocent, boy-next-door type from the suburbs who dreams of becoming the greatest modern artist of the 21st century (meaning of today). He doesn’t have a girlfriend, is shy and idealistic and moves into a dorm at a prestigious art school where he encounters a closeted gay, an overweight, smart-aleck aspiring film director and a classy, gorgeous blonde (Sophia Myles) named Audrey who becomes his Muse. But far from being a coming-of-age story in a traditional vein, Jerome’s journey is one of naiveté and idealism to jaded cynicism and despair. His art is criticized and disliked by his colleagues, the girl of his dreams is drawn to his rival Jonah (Matt Keeslar) who is in reality a fraudulent, two-faced nobody. Jim Broadbent puts in a great performance as Jimmy, an older, pathetic ex-alumni of the same art school whose artwork was rejected and who was disillusioned with the art world in general. Now he lives to drink beer and lives in squallor. Jerome’s love of art and dreams are pure and unselfish, but he learns that to make it in the art world one has to kiss butt and sell out. John Malkovich as the art professor is another fine performance. Angelica Houston as the art history teacher is also great. This film has not been well-received by critics or audiences simply for the fact that the film is ultimately not artsy and more Hollywood in its anti-Hollywood, anti-sell-out theme. Also, the clichés and jokes are nothing fresh. In the art school we are introduced to Goths, hippies, artsy housewives or moms, artist groupies and every aspect of the film seems to be based on some kind of dark novel written by a disenchanted artist. The music is lovely, the cinematography is exquisite and there is nothing wrong with it. Some folks just can’t handle the truth about some darker aspects of the art world- that it is superficial in its own way, that it can make one jaded and that it’s ultimately as biased as the rest of organized high society.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 42 min (102 min), 1 hr 42 min (102 min) (Sundance)
Genre Comedy, Drama, Romance
Director Terry Zwigoff
Writer Daniel Clowes (screenplay), Daniel Clowes (comic story)
Actors Max Minghella, Sophia Myles, John Malkovich, Jim Broadbent
Production Company United Artists
Sound Mix DTS, Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Laboratory FotoKem Laboratory, Burbank (CA), USA (dailies), DeLuxe, Hollywood (CA), USA (color)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm