Film Movement | Release Date: March 6, 2020
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Compi24Mar 6, 2020
A film that I'll end up likening to Ridley Scott's 2010 iteration of "Robin Hood" more than I'd like to, "The Wild Goose Lake" features a terrifically thrilling first act, a pulse-pounding final few scenes, but one of the more frustratingA film that I'll end up likening to Ridley Scott's 2010 iteration of "Robin Hood" more than I'd like to, "The Wild Goose Lake" features a terrifically thrilling first act, a pulse-pounding final few scenes, but one of the more frustrating middle acts I've seen in recent memory, filled with a seemingly innumerable amount of aimless scenes with scant amounts of weight loaded into any of them. It's a shame, too, because of the aesthetics that are in play in nearly every frame. There's so many images featuring expressive lighting, deliberate blocking, and brilliant camera movements -- it's just a drag that so many of the scenes that these things occur within have very little to them circumstantially speaking. If only as much were placed into the construction of this film's second act as there was placed in its sleek and potentially indelible look. Expand
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5penniesApr 19, 2020
I love all those elegant violence and I love Ge Hu, the handsome man gives a superb and measured performance as Zhou Ze Nong.
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