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Plot: Moments before his comeback performance, a concert pianist who suffers from stage fright discovers a note written on his music sheet.
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Somebody get Eugenio Mira a decent script
Here’s a director who knows how to shoot a film and he directed the hell out of this silly script, but you can throw the fanciest camera tricks at a dog of a script — but good looking nonsense is still nonsense. This is one of those high concept screenplays that seems churned out by an automated software writing program, not a human who actually sat down to write this. Elijah Wood gives a one note (pun!) performance and he’s either miscast or just downright boring as our lead – though his hands do a convincing job. An off screen for most of the film John Cusack is our villain who will shoot Mr. Wood and his pretty little wife if he plays a wrong note. Cusack’s expository dialogue over the last act of the film, explaining his motives are eye rolling and the remaining 15 minutes seem like the automated writing software malfunctioned when character motivation and narrative collided. A dumb, harmless film.
An hour i’ll never get back
This is my first review and at the same time the first time i reached the state of complete numbness or something opposite of nirvana. The movie starts of kinda dull, you’ve just met some kind of eccentric pianist who is not well adjusted to XXI century, don’t know about you but it just goes in “it’s kinda cliché” direction, and it is a writer’s and director’s job to prove us wrong, but they didn’t. Story’s not unique, and protagonist is this young fella who’s some kind of genius or something, the only person alive who can play what is known as the hardest piece ever to be played. He starts playing and realizes that he’s on gunpoint of a guy who doesn’t want him to miss a note or he’ll die, or his lovely wife. That strange lunatic man does that just because he and musician who owned that piano put a key in a piano, and the only way to get the key is to play the last 4 tablatures right, is this a joke or what? I was laughing, i’m not kidding. Well the whole story is annoying and boring, and i was in shock how lame it was, he didn’t even use those piano pedals but you hear it in music he produces. That’s all just an average bad movie, but what struck me the most in this piece of garbage was ending, when he goes in the truck to play the last four tablatures of that piece on broken piano and goddamn as you can predict he played it and as he disappointedly turned around and tried to get out, he hears lock and key falling. And there goes 10 minutes or so of credits, i mean what the hell?
If you want to see an enlightening movie, don’t watch this, but if you want to torture yourself just go ahead, this is a movie for you.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 30 min (90 min)
Genre Drama, Music, Mystery, Thriller
Director Eugenio Mira
Writer Damien Chazelle
Actors Elijah Wood, John Cusack, Kerry Bishé, Tamsin Egerton
Country Spain, UK, USA
Awards 5 wins & 12 nominations.
Production Company Nostromo Canarias 1 AIE, Nostromo Pictures, Grand Piano Productions, Solution Entertainment Group
Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Laboratory Filmworkers/Astro Lab, Chicago, USA (lab and transfer services: Chicago), Image Film Laboratories Post-Production, Spain
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Super 35
Printed Film Format N/A