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Entertainment The best sci-fi series and movies

19:05  04 december  2021
19:05  04 december  2021 Source:   espressocommunication.com

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Some movies grab the audience; strap it down, force it to gorge, like a multiplex theatre full of foie gras geese. The oeuvre of Mike Mills is not like that. Watching his films – gently unobtrusive when it comes to plot but rich with emotional texture – can be like looking at a painting in a gallery. You can, if you choose, walk away taking virtually nothing from the experience. Or you can delve deep and discover whole worlds within.

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His latest, C’mon C’mon, is perhaps his most stripped-back to date. Centred on an impromptu road trip across America that explores the bond between an uncle, radio journalist Johnny (Joaquin Phoenix), and his nephew Jesse (Woody Norman), the film is shot in black and white. It’s an aesthetic decision that brings a muted melancholy to the exuberant, palm-studded skyline of California, and tones down the carnivalesque drama of New Orleans, the better to draw the audience into the quiet heart of the film.

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‘A movie about listening’: Joaquin Phoenix and Woody Norman in C’mon C’mon. © Photograph: Tobin Yelland/AP ‘A movie about listening’: Joaquin Phoenix and Woody Norman in C’mon C’mon.

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Dustin Hoffman driving a car: Dustin Hoffman and Tom Cruise each give perhaps the best performance of their careers in this iconic movie. The film was a success in every sense of the word, becoming the highest-grossing film of 1988, making over US$350 million on just a US$25-million budget, alongside winning four Oscars including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay, and Hoffman winning Best Actor. It’s a cross-country road trip about self-discovery and never underestimating people—an absolute must-watch.

This is a movie about listening – really listening – to what other people have to say. Johnny’s work involves interviewing kids, tapping into their hopes and fears for the future. Jesse, an eccentric, endearingly odd nine-year-old, refuses to be recorded but immerses himself in the sounds around him. And through a series of late-night phone calls, Johnny and Viv (Gaby Hoffmann), Jesse’s mother, reopen the lines of communication that were felled after the death of their mother.

Appropriately, sound and music are key; the soundtrack is uninhibited and eclectic, veering from opera to Lee Scratch Perry to Lou Reed’s pre-Velvets novelty track The Ostrich. But the film’s main assets are three extraordinary performances: Phoenix, rumpled and emotionally untucked as Johnny; Hoffman, loving and hurting fiercely as Viv; and Woody Norman, delivering one of the most remarkable performances, by a child or otherwise, of the year.

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