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Film Buff

Un des trucs que je préfère, c’est aller au cinéma !

J’adore les écrans XXL, le son surround, le pop-corn (je suis même peut-être accro, genre pire qu’Olivia Pope?). Mais bon, parfois, c’est un peu dur de supporter les gros blockbusters de l’été, alors j’ai préféré partager avec vous trois petits films que j’ai très envie d’aller voir. Envoyez le pop-corn !

Boyhood: Un MUST. Tourné sur 12 années avec la même équipe d’acteurs, on est au-delà de la nostalgie. Un film sur l’adolescence et le passage à l’âge adulte… le truc qui donne presque plus l’impression de vivre toute une vie que de voir un film. Unique.

Magic in the Moonlight: Avec Woody Allen, on est presque sûr de ne pas être déçu. Je commence vraiment à beaucoup aimer Emma Stone et Colin Firth, comment dire, entre lui et moi, ça fait longtemps que ça dure. Une comédie romantique qui raconte l’histoire d’un magicien et d’une médium. Inutile d’en dire plus.

L’Ecume des Jours (Mood Indigo dans la version US) : Oui, je sais, cette adaptation du roman cultissime de Boris Vian est déjà sortie il y a mille ans en France, mais on l’attend toujours ici… La célèbre histoire d’amour magique, médicale et politique avec la toujours craquante Audrey Tautou par le génie créatif et visionnaire Michel Gondry. Rien que le Paris complètement loufoque de la bande-annonce donne trop envie.

Et vous, quels films vous avez envie de voir cet été ?

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  • No film of Woody Allen, that’s for sure. They’re not even good anymore, anyway.

  • anything by miyazaki: they are classics! :)

    http://littleaesthete.com

  • The Expendables 3: dumb, loud and a truckload of muscle men. What’s not to like?!

  • « The hundred foot journey » pour Helen Mirren et parce que le film se passe dans le sud de la France.
    Egalement le dernier W.Allen parce que, bons ou mauvais, je ne rate aucun de ses films.

  • I’m with you. If I haven’t seen a movie on a Big Screen it usually means I don’t want to see it. « Boyhood » was a definite « must see » and deserves all the accolades it’s getting — I’m betting it’s at least nominated for Best Picture. « Magic in the Moonlight » was just silly, but worth seeing for the gorgeous South of France location (and every scene looks like it was filmed at dusk when the light is golden), and the 20s fashion and set design. Also on my list is Happy Christmas (Joe Swanberg’s new film), 100 Foot Journey (another trip to the South of France), and maybe « A Most Wanted Man’ just to see Phillip Seymour Hoffman one more time.

  • Belinda I’m totally with you on A Most Wanted Man! And I will certainly look into your other picks, thanks for the tips :)

  • I can’t wait to see About Alex and Tracks in September!

  • I’m surprised you didn’t mention Obvious Child. With a female lead and female director it’s hilarious and charming and actually casts women in a real light.

  • I haven’t been to the movies in WAY too long, but all three are on my list as well. I used to go alone all the time on empty summer afternoons in college, and it was my favorite guilty pleasure to get some Sno-Caps and a Diet Coke and just sit alone all afternoon. Can’t do that with a full time job, sadly!

    http://www.gabsessions.com

  • Marjorie 6 août 2014, 3:06 / Répondre

    Je pense que je vais succomber à « Begin Again » ….

  • Jennifer 6 août 2014, 3:25 / Répondre

    I am absolutely sold on the hundred foot journey. I love food, wine, family and all the craziness that comes with it! I cannot wait to see it.

  • Thank you Brie
    i just put them on my list..can’t tell you how addict i am to pop corn ,i even tried a diet only on pop corn…but that’s for another time..
    it just that it is still very nice outside so i try to enjoy the weather..before we are all back to fall..
    xoxo
    Yael Guetta

    http://www.ftwwl.com

  • OBVIOUS CHILD, LOVE IS STRANGE, LAND, HO! BOYHOOD IS VERY VERY SPECIAL!

  • I love movies & popcorn, they are THE perfect couple! lol Although, every time I go to the cinema I must get popcorn & a slushy.

    Been watching Hitchock films recently & just went to watch Guardians of the Galaxy and just loved it… plus you get to see Chris Pratt! lol :) x

    Marieta A.
    http://www.marietaalvarez.com

  • love woody allen-
    always so fresh and creative

    i liked  »Maleficent » a lot–much deeper, beautiful and more fun than the critics made it out to be! it’s more of an adult story than a kids’ movie..

  • Mood Indigo is good– but not as uplifting as you may think. Just like the book (which I highly recommend), it is very very dark. Make sure you are prepared for this!

  • emily lorraine 6 août 2014, 10:44 / Répondre

    I will check out Boyhood, I love his films. I watched the Chinese Puzzle also with Audrey Tatou and Romain Duris and loved it for a light but not dumb comedy and drama with Frenchies in NYC. After catching the exhibit, Paparazzi, while in Frankfurt this summer, I feel like watching La Dolce Vita and Roman Holiday!

  • I saw Two Days, One Night with Marion Cotillard this past weekend. It seems to be one of those movies you either love or hate: I loved it.
    Boyhood is a bit daunting with it’s 2.5 hours duration! I may still see it though; I have two little boys.

  • J’aime bien Emma Stone, donc pourquoi pas Magic in the Moonlight (même si les critiques ne sont pas tops).

  • Mariateresa 7 août 2014, 4:28 / Répondre

    « Call the midwife » so merveillous telefilm! Bbc, all Woody Allen, The three days of the Condor e Sophie’s choice, my best list, but a very super surprise Call the midwife!!!

  • asianfreak 7 août 2014, 8:05 / Répondre

    Hi Brie,,
    i was so disappointed when I saw l’ecume des jours, Gondry’s worst film ever.
    Gondry crazy universe is there, Boris Vian’s poetry is there but the actors are sadly not the right choice.
    Audrey Tautou is beautiful, but she always plays the same.
    Roamin Duris seems to forget to grow up and he’s still the young rebel of Klapish moovies.

    I didn’t see the 2 other moovies but they seem promessing.

    If you see l’ecume des jours, I’m interesting in your feeback.

    have a nice day.

  • J’ai vu L’Ecume des jours… J’aime beaucoup Vian, Gondry, Tautou et Duris, et pourtant, j’ai été très déçue. Tout était chouette, l’univers est magique, mais j’ai trouvé qu’au niveau du montage, il y a un gros problème de rythme et du coup, je me suis emmerdée, en fait.

    Cet été, j’attends New York Melody. J’adore Mark Ruffalo !

  • Can’t wait to see these movies

    Xx
    http://www.Lauralexo.com

  • Haha – I just saw all three of your movie choices! Boyhood today. It didn’t seem that long.

    I want to see the new Italian movie – A Five Star Life and of course Helen Mirren in The Hundred-Foot Journey. I live in Northern California (SF Bay Area) and have to drive to the movie theaters. I was in Paris and I miss walking one or two minutes in the 6th/Odeon to many of the movie theaters.

  • J’ai vu l’écume des jours et franchement, je me suis ennuyée, et c’est la première fois de ma vie que je suis partie avant la fin, c’est dire… Tout était réuni et pourtant je n’ai pas aimé, la magie de Vian n’y était pas, selon moi :/

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