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作者: qingchengshan    时间: 2008-6-14 19:50     标题: 【整理】2008-06-15 My Blueberry Nights 蓝莓之夜

Movie Minutes:(43)被男友抛弃后,伊丽莎白借着蓝莓派的美味发泄心中的悲伤和失落,逐渐走上因怀疑爱情而展开的长途跋涉之旅。王家卫首部英语片





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My Blueberry Nights is the first English-language feature directed by Wong Kar wai, who's beloved by some film critics for his sumptuous and beautiful treatments of life in Hong Kong in the 1960s. This movie takes place in what to American viewers will be more familiar landscapes, and it follows a young woman played by the singer Norah Jones in her featured film debut across the country in search of something: love, romance, meaning, truth -- it's not clear exactly what. In addition to Ms. Jones, there is Rachel Weisz who plays a troubled woman in Memphis, and there is Natalie Portman as a gambler who the Norah Jones character runs into in Nevada, and back home in New York there is Jude Law who runs a cafe where there is always blueberry pie and late night conversations.

 

If I haven't told you much about the plot of this movie, it's because there really isn't much of one. This is more about Wong Kar wai's usual sensation of longing and a kind of diffuse, slightly repressed eroticism, and all the things that have worked in his other movies that don't quite work here. It's partly because the American landscape and the English language might not be the most comfortable visual or oral idiom for him. It's also because there's not really enough of a grounding in the story or in characters or in recognizable emotion.

 

It's like a lot of rhythm and blues and country and western clichés strung together and given a kind of a smoky atmospheric shape. This movie is lovely to look at, and it's not unpleasant to sit through, but it leaves you feeling kind of empty and unsatisfied at the end.


[ 本帖最后由 sharpenxu 于 2008-6-21 18:09 编辑 ]
作者: 木木升日    时间: 2008-6-14 21:29     标题: homework

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My Blueberry Nights is the first English language feature, directed by Wang Kar Wai, who's beloved by some film critics for his sumptuous and beautiful treatments of life in HongKong in the 1960s. This movie takes place in what you American viewers will be more familiar landscapes and a fuzzy young woman played by the singer Norah Jones in her feature film debut.

 

Across the country in search of something: love, romance, meaning, truth. It's not clear exactly what. In addition to Ms. Jones, there is Rachel Weisz who plays a trounbled woman in Memphis and there is Natalie Portman as a gambler who the Jone's character runs into in Nevada. And back home in New York, there is Jude Law who runs a cafe where there is always a blueberry pie and late night conversations.

 

If I haven't told you much about the plot of this movie, it's because there isn't really much of this one.This is more about Wang Kar Wai's usual sensation of longing and kind of defuse slightly repressed eroticism, and all the things that have worked. And it's a movie that don't quite work here. It's partly because the American landscape in the English language might not be the most confortable, visal or oral idiom for him. It's also because there is not really anafe of a grounding in a story or in character is irrecognizable or emotion. It's like a lot of racism blueism in country and western cliches, estranged together and given a kind of a smoky atmosphere shape. This movie is lovely to look at and it's not unpleasant to sit through but it leaves you feeling kind of empty and unsatisfied at the end.


作者: 20080310    时间: 2008-6-14 21:36     标题: HW

My Blueberry Nights is the first English-language feature directed by Wong Kar Wei whose beloved by some film critics for his sumptuous and beautiful treatments of life in HongKong in the 1960s.This movie takes place in what American viewers would be more familiar landscapes and follows a young woman played by the singer Norah Jones in her feature film debut.


Across the country in search of something love,romance,meaning,truth,it's not clear exactly what.But an edition to Ms.Jones,there's Rachel Weisz who plays a troubled woman in Memphis and there's Natalie Portman as a gambler who then Norah Jone's character runs into in Nevada.And that common New York,there's Jude Law who runs a cafe whereas always blueberry pie and late-night conversation.


If I haven't told you much about the proud of its movies because they really isn't much of one,this is more about Wong Kar Wei's usual * of longing and kind of diffuse slightly repressed eroticism might all the things that have worked in other movie's they don't quite work here,it's partly because the American landscape in the english language might not be the most comfortable,visual or oral idiom for him.It's also because there's not really enough of grounding in a story are in characters,are in recognizable emotion.


It's * a lot of resentment blues in country in western *,strong together and given a kind of smoky atomsphere shape.This movie is lovely to look at,and it's not unpleasant to sit through,but it leaves you feeling kind of empty and on satisfy at the end.


作者: ktdid    时间: 2008-6-14 22:12

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My Blueberry Nights is the first English-language feature directed by Wong Kar-wai, who's beloved by some film critics for his sumptuous and beautiful treatments of life in Hong Kong in the 1960s. This movie takes place in what you American viewers will be more familiar landscapes, and it follows a young woman played by the singer Norah Jones in her feature film debut across the country in search of something: love, romance, meaning, truth -- it's not clear exactly what. In addition to Ms. Jones, there is Rachel Weisz who plays a troubled woman in Memphis, and there is Natalie Portman as a gambler who the Norah Jones character runs into in Nevada, and back home in New York there is Jude Law who runs a cafe where there is always \ blueberry pie and late night conversations.

If I haven't told you much about the plot of this movie, it's because there really isn't much of \ one. This is more about Wong Kar-wai's usual sensation of longing and a kind of diffuse, slightly repressed eroticism, and all the things that have worked in his other movies just don't quite work here. It's partly because the American landscape and the English language might not be the most comfortable visul or oral idiom for him. It's also because there's not really enough of a grounding in the story or in characters or in recognizable emotion.

It's like a lot of rhythm and blues and country and western cliches strung togher and given a kind of a smoky atmospheric shape. This movie is lovely to look at, and it's not unpleasant to sit through, but it leaves you feeling kind of empty and unsatisfied at the end.


作者: rolily8293    时间: 2008-6-14 22:50     标题: Homework

My Blueberry Nights is the first English-language feature directed by Wang Kar Wei,who's beloved by some film critics for his sumptuous and beauitful treatmetns of life in Hong Kong in the 1960s. This movie takes place in what you American viewers will be more familiar landscapes,and it follows a young woman played by the singer Norah Jones in her feature film debut across the country in search of something: love,romance,meaning,truth--it's not clear exactly what. In addition to Ms.Jones,there is Rachel Weisz who plays a troubled woman in Memphis,and there is Natalie Portman as a gambler who the Narah Johns character runs into in Nevada and back home in New York. there is Jude Law how runs a cafe where there is always blueberry pie and late night conversations. If I haven't told you much about the plot of this movie, it's because there really isn't much of it. This is more about Wong Kar-wai's usual sensation of longing and a kind of diffuse, slightly repressed eroticism, and all the things that have worked in his other movies just don't quite work here. It's partly because the American landscape and the English language might not be the most comfortable visual or oral idiom for him. It's also because there's not really enough of a grounding in the story or in characters or in recognizable emotion. It's like a lot of rhythm and blues and country and western cliches strung togher and given a kind of a smoky atmosphere shape. This movie is lovely to look at, and it's not unpleasant to sit through, but it leaves you feeling kind of empty and unsatisfied at the end.
作者: 春山烟雨杯    时间: 2008-6-14 23:22

on ktdid

 

My Blueberry Nights is the first English-language feature directed by Wong Kar Wai, who's beloved by some film critics for his sumptuous and beautiful treatments of life in Hong Kong in the 1960s. This movie takes place in what to American viewers will be more familiar landscapes, and it follows a young woman played by the singer Norah Jones in her feature film debut across the country in search of something: love, romance, meaning, truth -- it's not clear exactly what. In addition to Ms. Jones, there is Rachel Weisz who plays a troubled woman in Memphis, and there is Natalie Portman as a gambler who the Norah Jones’ character runs into in Nevada, and back home in New York there is Jude Law who runs a cafe where there is always blueberry pie and late-night conversations.

 

If I haven't told you much about the plot of this movie, it's because there really isn't much of one. This is more about Wong Kar Wai's usual sensation of longing and a kind of diffuse, slightly repressed eroticism, and all the things that have worked in his other movies just don't quite work here. It's partly because the American landscape and the English language might not be the most comfortable visual or oral idiom for him. It's also because there's not really enough of a grounding in the story or in characters or in recognizable emotion.

 

It's like a lot of rhythm and blues and country and western clichés strung together and given a kind of a smoky atmospheric shape. This movie is lovely to look at, and it's not unpleasant to sit through, but it leaves you feeling kind of empty and unsatisfied at the end.

 


作者: lxwsdrz9999    时间: 2008-6-15 09:48     标题: homework

My Blueberry Nights is the first English-language feature directed by Wong Kar Wai, who's beloved by some film critics for his sumptuous and beautiful treatments of life in Hong Kong in the 1960s. This movie takes place in what to American viewers will be more familiar landscapes, and it follows a young woman played by the singer Norah Jones in her feature film debut, across the country in search of something: love, romance, meaning, truth -- it's not clear exactly what.

 

An addition to Ms. Jones, there is Rachel Weise who plays a troubled woman in Memphis, and there is Natalie Portman as a gambler who the Norah Jones’ character runs into in Nevada, and back home in New York there is Jude Law who runs a cafe where there is always blueberry-pie and late-night conversations.

 

If I haven't told you much about the plot of this movie because there really isn't much of one, this is more about Wong Kar Wai's usual sensation of longing and a kind of diffuse, slightly repressed eroticism, and all the things that have worked in his other movies that don't quite work here. It's partly because the American landscape and the English language might not be the most comfortable visual or oral idiom for him. It's also because there's not really enough of grounding in the story or in characters or in recognizable emotion.

 

It's like a lot of rhythm and blues and country and western clichés strung together and given a kind of a smoky atmospheric shape.

 

This movie is lovely to look at, and it's not unpleasant to sit through, but it leaves you feeling kind of empty and unsatisfied at the end.

 

 


作者: wenjing255    时间: 2008-6-15 11:40     标题: On ktdid

    My Blueberry Nights is the first English-language feature directed by Wong Kar wei, who's beloved by some film critics for his sumptuous and beautiful treatments of life in Hong Kong in the 1960s. This movie takes place in what you American viewers will be more familiar landscapes, and it follows a young woman played by the singer Norah Jones in her feature film debut, across the country in search of something: love, romance, meaning, truth -- it's not clear exactly what. In addition to Ms. Jones, there is Rachel Weisz who plays a troubled woman in Memphis, and there is Natalie Portman as a gambler who the Norah Jones' character runs into in Nevada, and back home in New York there is Jude Law who runs a cafe where there is always blueberry pie and late-night conversations.

If I haven't told you much about the plot of this movie, it's because there really isn't much of one. This is more about Wong Kar wei's usual sensation of longing and a kind of diffuse, slightly repressed eroticism, and all the things that worked in his other movies it don't quite work here. It's partly because the American landscape and the English language might not be the most comfortable visual or oral idiom for him. It's also because there's not really enough of a grounding in the story or in characters or in recognizable emotion.

It's like a lot of rhythm and blues and countries in western cliches strung togher and given a kind of a smoky atmospheric shape. This movie is lovely to look at, and it's not unpleasant to sit through, but it leaves you feeling kind of empty and unsatisfied at the end.

作者: Intoxicating    时间: 2008-6-15 18:04

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作者: toyworld    时间: 2008-6-15 20:13

ON wenjing255

 

 

 My Blueberry Nights is the first English-language feature directed by Wong Kar wai, who's beloved by some film critics for his sumptuous and beautiful treatments of life in Hong Kong in the 1960s. This movie takes place in what,to American viewers, will be more familiar landscapes, and it follows a young woman played by the singer Norah Jones in her feature film debut, across the country in search of something: love, romance, meaning, truth -- it's not clear exactly what.

 

 

And in addition to Ms. Jones, there is Rachel Weisz who plays a troubled woman in Memphis, and there is Natalie Portman as a gambler who the Norah Jones' character runs into in Nevada, and back home in New York there is Jude Law who runs a cafe where there is always blueberry pie and late-night conversations.

 

 

If I haven't told you much about the plot of this movie, it's because there really isn't much of one. This is more about Wong Kar wai's usual sensation of longing and a kind of diffuse, slightly repressed eroticism, and all the things that had worked in his other movies, they don't quite work here. It's partly because that the American landscape and the English language might not be the most comfortable visual or oral idiom for him. It's also because there's not really enough of a grounding in the story or in characters or in recognizable emotion.

 

 

 

It's like a lot of rhythm and blues and countries in western cliches strung togher and given a kind of a smoky atmospheric shape. This movie is lovely to look at, and it's not unpleasant to sit through, but it leaves you feeling kind of empty and unsatisfied at the end.

 


作者: 丑女贝蒂    时间: 2008-6-16 21:00

hw

My Blueberry Nights is the first English-language feature directed by Wong Kar wai, who's beloved by some film critics for his sumptuous and beautiful treatments of life in Hong Kong in the 1960s. This movie takes place in what, to American viewers, will be more familiar landscapes, and it follows a young woman played by the singer Norah Jones in her feature film debut, across the country in search of something: love, romance, meaning, truth -- it's not clear exactly what.

 

And in addition to Ms. Jones, there is Rachel Weisz who plays a troubled woman in Memphis, and there is Natalie Portman as a gambler who the Norah Jones' character runs into in Nevada, and back home in New York there is Jude Law who runs a cafe where there is always blueberry pie and late-night conversations.

 

 

If I haven't told you much about the plot of this movie, it's because there really isn't much of one. This is more about Wong Kar wai's usual sensation of longing and a kind of diffuse, slightly repressed eroticism, and all the things that had worked in his other movies, they don't quite work here. It's partly because that the American landscape and the English language might not be the most comfortable visual or oral idiom for him. It's also because there's not really enough of a grounding in the story or in characters or in recognizable emotion.

 

 

 

It's like a lot of rhythm and blues and countries in western cliches strung togher and given a kind of a smoky atmospheric shape. This movie is lovely to look at, and it's not unpleasant to sit through, but it leaves you feeling kind of empty and unsatisfied at the end.






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