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Watched by all, seen by none.Sep. 16, 2022167 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – A fictionalized chronicle of the inner life of Marilyn Monroe.
Plot: From her volatile childhood as Norma Jeane, through her rise to stardom and romantic entanglements, this reimagined fictional portrait of Hollywood legend Marilyn Monroe blurs the lines of fact and fiction to explore the widening split between her public and private selves.
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In the middle of 2022, the movie I was looking forward to the most was ‘**Blonde**’, but… I’m really disappointed.

The film has nowhere to hold on, it’s just a fictional compilation of the supposed life of **Marilyn Monroe**, where we don’t get context and it’s easy to get lost through the scenes and the large number of characters (_which if you didn’t know the story, you wouldn’t really know who they are_) of a feature film of almost three hours. The direction is good, although quite experimental where sometimes elements that seem to come out of nowhere are combined. Not to mention the constant switching between color and black/white that doesn’t seem to represent anything concrete.

**Ana de Armas’s** performance is brilliant, by far the best of the film, despite how poor her character is.

I’m really disappointed, in these times we live in, designing a movie about **Marilyn Monroe** could have contained a much more powerful message. The story of a woman who went through the sexualization of the industry in the 50’s. Instead the film only seems to add fuel to the fire by showing nudity at any time and sometimes for no reason.

Based on a story in parts fictitious, with a vision, in my opinion, poorly focused, they make ‘Blonde’ a great disappointment.

Review By: Martín Acosta Rating: 4 Date: 2022-10-02
What a truly disappointing film this is. It offers us a really slow, sterile and disjointed – almost episodic – depiction of just how Marilyn Monroe’s life might have panned out. For a start, I couldn’t decide whether Ana de Armas was really Lady Gaga or Scarlett Johansson (both of whom would have acquitted themselves better, I’d say) as she offers an admittedly intense, but remarkably uninvolved performance. We move along from chapter to chapter in her life hindered by some fairly weak and uninspiring dialogue and seriously intrusive scoring in what becomes an increasingly shallow and lacklustre fashion. The photography does try hard – it does offer us a sense of intimacy, but the whole thing is presented in such a stylised and un-natural manner that it is frequently difficult to tell whether she is/was a “real” woman. Her marriages are treated in an almost scant manner – and her relationship with JFK is reduced to something rather implausibly one-sided and sordid showing nothing of how their relationship might have come to be. It has no soul, this film. Aside from her glamour – which was, even then, hardly unique we are not really introduced to any of the nuances of her character, we are left guessing a lot of the time as to just how she did become such a superstar, and how she spiralled so inevitably into a maelstrom of booze and pills. It relies to a considerable extent on the viewer’s existing knowledge of, and affection for, this flawed lady. Adrien Brody and Bobby Cannavale don’t really have much chance to add anything as her husbands and the highly speculative relationship between her and Charlie Chaplin Jnr (Xavier Samuel) and his sexually ambiguous partner-in-crime Edward G Robinson Jr (Scoot McNairy) does suggest something of the rather profligate and debauched existence that some lived in Hollywood, but again their characters are also largely undercooked and again, we are largely left to use our own imagination. It is far, far too long and in a packed cinema, I could see people looking at the ceiling just once too often. Watchable, certainly, but a real missed opportunity to offer us something scintillating and tantalising about this most of iconic of women.
Review By: CinemaSerf Rating: 6 Date: 2022-09-24
Horrible fictional garbage. And the rating seems to be for no real reason.
So first off, the movie made the news when it was said to have a NC-17 rating. We were never really told why. It seems like it was given that rating just to drawn attention to the movie because the movie was had about much language, nudity…etc as a R rated movie.

As for the movie itself…. overhyped trash. This is based on a fictional book and not her true story. It’s sad that she can’t even get a legit story but instead gets a fake version. All that aside the movie is almost 3 hours long. And its very slow moving. There are some disturbing scenes of course, but nothing really shocking compared to other movies.

You still get the feeling she was abused by everyone of course. But that’s about it. Again, since its not her actual story, it feels like your watching some tabloid version of her life. What a waste of time and such overblown hype. But I know it will win Oscars because “critics” will probably love it for some reason.

Only reason I even gave it a three was the actress nailed her voice and how she acted.

Review By: rchosen-193-5535 Rating: 3 Date: 2022-09-28
Bold and exceptionally well-made
Blonde was already one of the most controversial and hotly debated films of the year before it hit Netflix, and therefore became available to the public at large. That’s happened within the last day or two, and I expect that will blow up the discussion and discourse around it even more. It’s probably going to be what most film news sites or discussion groups focus on for the next week or two, and maybe longer if it ends up earning some nominations for the upcoming awards season.

I don’t want to talk about the controversy too much, but it’s important to address it briefly. Truthfully, I don’t understand most of it. This film is shocking in parts, yes, but not as bad as a lot of the early discussions surrounding it made it sound. Almost none of the scenes that involve sex or nudity are presented in a titillating way, and they’re all over quite quickly. There’s very little about it that’s supposed to be erotic, and I think that’s evident by how the camera tends to lock onto Norma Jean’s face, to emphasize the pain, discomfort, and trauma she feels during those scenes.

So is it exploiting that pain, discomfort, and trauma? That seems to be the other big talking point. I didn’t think so. I think the film was sympathetic to her, and aimed to showcase how misogynistic the film industry was at the time Norma Jean/Marilyn Monroe was active within it. It’s arguably not much better nowadays, but whether these exact things happened to her or not feels somewhat beside the point. The fact is, things similar to this did almost certainly happen to Monroe and other young actresses. That idea is horrifying, and I think the film successfully painted it as horrifying.

Ana de Armas is fantastic in the lead role. She’ll probably get some nominations come awards season. The rest of the cast are solid, the film is visually stunning from start to finish, and I loved the music by Nick Cave and Warren Ellis (at least one track was a repurposed instrumental from Ghosteen, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds’ last album, but it fit so well I didn’t mind).

For complaints about the filmmaking itself? The nearly three-hour runtime might be a little indulgent, but for the most part it earns it. There are also some occasionally strange and baffling creative decisions, but for every one that doesn’t work, there’s at least several strange creative decisions that do.

I thought Blonde was pretty great overall. I understand to a limited extent why it’s become controversial, but can’t wrap my head around the magnitude of that controversy. Still, if it’s got people angry, I don’t plan to wade into any discourse or make discussions more heated. I’ve defended it here and said my piece. I think it’s very good.

Review By: Jeremy_Urquhart Rating: 8 Date: 2022-09-29

Other Information:

Original Title Blonde
Release Date 2022-09-16
Release Year 2022

Original Language en
Runtime N/A
Budget 22000000
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated NC-17
Genre Biography, Drama, Mystery
Director Andrew Dominik
Writer Andrew Dominik, Joyce Carol Oates
Actors Ana de Armas, Lucy DeVito, Garret Dillahunt
Country United States
Awards 1 nomination
Production Company N/A
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix N/A
Aspect Ratio N/A
Camera N/A
Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process N/A
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Blonde 2022 123movies
Blonde 2022 123movies
Blonde 2022 123movies
Blonde 2022 123movies
Blonde 2022 123movies
Blonde 2022 123movies
Blonde 2022 123movies
Blonde 2022 123movies
Blonde 2022 123movies
Blonde 2022 123movies
Original title Blonde
TMDb Rating 6.633 327 votes

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