In a way, John Schlesinger’s ‘Midnight Cowboy’ (1969) is the perfect conclusion to this round of sixties movies. Schlesinger had previously directed three British films, but this was his first American film. It’s meticulously edited and stitched together for maximum effect and exceeds beyond just an average film.
While the episode was exhilarating during the courtroom drama, was the ending-or at least how the show wrapped up-just a little muddled?
It’s dry, dark, and wicked fun; perhaps the perfect antithesis to a dull summer blockbuster season.
Jared and Riley are here to break down each episode and provide ‘Scream’ fans with a recap of all episodes (6) by each night they premiered. They discuss overall impressions, best/worst moments, favorite lines, and predictions.
Jared is back to talk this week’s ‘Big Little Lies’ episode, “She Knows.”
It’s important to note, especially here, that Kubrick’s visionary aesthetic is on full display: with pure analog filmmaking, he captured a world enslaved by technology and artificial intelligence.
‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’ exposes the shallowness of riches, and what wealth does to a person.
The kinetic energy of the show, where the audience mainly consisted of high school students, was the result of the heart-pounding intensity between the performers and the crowd.