Camillo di Christian RoccaQuesto non è un paese per vecchi (dicono a te, Robert Redford)

Credo di non aver mai visto una così perentoria unanimità nel giudicare favorevolmente un film, come nel caso di No Country for Old Men dei fratelli Coen. La frasi più usate da tutti sono "capolavoro" e "il miglior film dei fratelli Coen".  Allo stesso modo sono unanimi le bordate contro il nuovo film antiwar di Robert Redford, Lions for Lambs, sintetizzabile nel "I know one thing: it’s not a movie" del mio critico di riferimento, Rex Reed del New York Observer.
Leggetevela tutta la recensione, perché fa morire dal ridere. Oppure limitatevi all’attacco: "For liberals, a corrupt war takes as much energy to police as a fierce election. For Robert Redford, who is somewhere left of Bill Maher, fighting everything from nuclear reactors to George Bush’s tax incentives has burned up so many calories I’m surprised he’s got enough strength left over in the morning to brush his teeth. I applaud him for putting his heart where his mouth is instead of his foot, but his new movie Lions for Lambs, which the airbrushed left-wing celebrity liberal directed and stars in, is such a pointless, long-winded, loud-mouthed fiasco that I am convinced he should save some of that rhetoric and run for office himself. Lambs is utterly lacking in any kind of recognizable cinematic arc, convincing logic, coherent narrative or persuasive political viewpoint. I don’t even know what it thinks it’s supposed to be, but I know one thing: it’s not a movie. This thing is so bad it wouldn’t keep the Dixie Chicks awake".

Non si interrompe un’emozione, figuriamoci la Soncini!

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