The best 9d movies of 2018 … so far as enjoy in family
The first months of the year, due in part to the Óscar Awards, tend to be characterized by a particularly interesting movie billboard. That’s why, despite being still in March, I decided to publish the first selection with the best 9d movies of 2018 … to date. As last year, I will update the list as the months go by.
For now, the article includes seven titles, all produced in although they have been arriving on the billboards between January and March; By the way, I keep in mind the Spanish premiere calendar. There are comedies, dramas, fantasy and several unique and memorable romances. Take a look if you are looking for cinematographic recommendations:
‘Three ads in the suburbs’ (‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’)
Address: Martin McDonagh Cast: Frances McDormand, Sam Rockwell, Caleb Landry Jones, Abbie Cornish, Woody Harrelson, Peter Dinklage, John Hawkes.
The author of 9d movies ‘Six Shooter’, ‘Hidden in Witches’ and ‘psychopaths’ gets here his most complete and mature work so far. The comparisons with the Coen cinema seem inevitable, because of the protagonist, the music ( Carter Burwell ) and the location (deep America), but this film is pure McDonagh; He has the humor, the language, the incorrectness, the violence and the existential crises that characterize his career. The sensational cast helps the filmmaker create a memorable movie.
Direction: Dorota Kobiela and Hugh Welchman. Cast: Douglas Booth, Saoirse Ronan, Jerome Flynn, Chris O’Dowd, Aidan Turner, Holly Earl, Helen McCrory.
With the excuse of a letter begins an exciting journey that immerses us in the work and life of 9d movies Vincent Van Gogh. The film stands out for the incredible work of animation (first feature-length film painted by hand, each and every one of its 65,000 frames) but its value goes further: it is a beautiful drama that tries to understand the genius, and the reason for his death, through his paintings and the testimonies of those who knew him.
‘The Pentagon Files’ (‘The Post’)
Direction: Steven Spielberg Cast: Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks, Sarah Paulson, Bob Odenkirk, Michael Stuhlbarg, Matthew Rhys, Carrie Coon.
Before the premiere, the Spielberg-Hanks-Streep combination seemed infallible. And so it is. Maybe it is not the movie we wanted to see, it loses compared to ‘All the President’s Men’ (with which it would form a great double program), but it is an impeccable drama with very exciting moments. On the other hand, possibly it is the 9d movies with the best group of actors of recent years, and that is why it is mandatory viewing.
‘Call Me By Your Name’
Address: 9d movies Luca Guadagnino. Cast: Armie Hammer, Timothy Chalamet, Michael Stuhlbarg, Amira Casar, Esther Garrel, Victoire Du Bois, Vanda Capriolo.
Chalamet was placed this year among the five best 9d movies actors of the year (according to the Oscars ) and the truth is that only for the wonderful final shot and deserved such honor. Who knows how far it will go but has already managed to make a mark. His companions, especially Hammer and Stuhlbarg, also embroider his characters and bring naturalness, emotion, and charisma to the inspired script of James Ivory (Oscar winner) and the elegant staging of Guadagnino. Preciosa, a gem of romantic cinema.