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Mapplethorpe is a movie starring Matt Smith, Marianne Rendón, and John Benjamin Hickey. A look at the life of photographer Robert Mapplethorpe from his rise to fame in the 1970s to his untimely death in 1989.

Drama, Biography
Ondi Timoner
Marianne Rendón, Brandon Sklenar, John Benjamin Hickey, Matt Smith

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Genres Drama, Biography
Director Ondi Timoner
Writer Ondi Timoner, Bruce Goodrich, Mikko Alanne
Stars Marianne Rendón, Brandon Sklenar, John Benjamin Hickey, Matt Smith
Country USA
Also Known As The Perfect Moment
Runtime 1 h 42 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description A look at the life of photographer Robert Mapplethorpe from his rise to fame in the 1970s to his untimely death in 1989.

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Sunday, 04 Oct 2020 22:00

The story of "Mapplethorpe" is not unusual in a way; it is a hard-nosed, candid account of the troubled life of a starving musician living in a motley bunch of underfunded musicians in a poor country town. Even though the town is seen as having little to no hope, the townspeople are more concerned with providing for their families. The townspeople, however, are so desperate to make a living that they become some of the most wretched of human beings. The townspeople are people who are already destitute. These people have lived in the town their entire life and have no children. As a result, they are reduced to begging for food, and even worse, they are unable to provide for their families. In addition, the townspeople are in dire need of new lumber for the lumber mill. As a result, they have no choice but to take illegal steps to obtain this lumber. The story of "Mapplethorpe" is a very poignant and thought-provoking film. I liked the film. I am usually very critical of biopics and to me, they just aren't good enough. The film succeeds in portraying the helpless condition that many poor country towns are in. The film is presented from the point of view of the poor individuals who live in the town, and it is a film that relies more on the actors than the actors themselves. Because the film relies so heavily on the actors, it is very difficult for the viewer to empathize with the character, and therefore, the film fails in that aspect of its task. The cast, however, do a great job of bringing the story to life. I also liked the performances of Jason Robards as the sadistic "Mapplethorpe", and Sean Patrick Flanery as the more sympathetic, but ruthless sheriff. Flanery has very good range in his performance, and Robards is also very good as the foppish, as well as the compassionate, town's poor folk. While I did not like the ending, I do like the ending of this film. The film is very well written, and the story is very well told. While the film may not be a masterpiece, it is still a very good film. Although, "Mapplethorpe" is not for everyone. However, if you're willing to give it a chance, I think you'll enjoy the film.
Wednesday, 16 Sep 2020 01:47

The film is a masterpiece of the last century. It tells a story about people who lived two centuries ago and how they lived. The film is based on the famous novel "King and Country", written by novelist Ernest Hemingway and published in 1937. The film is also based on the book of the same name, which was written by the acclaimed author Truman Capote and published in 1946. This film is the true story of two generations of German Germans who lived in the countries of southern Poland and western Russia between 1914 and 1939. Two generations of people, although two years apart, were connected by the language, and the differences in these people's personalities. They were divided into two groups: the northern group, consisting of Poles and other Slavic ethnic groups (about 60 percent of the total population), and the southern group, consisting of Germans. The film presents a dramatic story, beginning at a time when the Poles were in a poor position, and ending when the Nazis seized power and occupied the country in 1939. The film is one of the most visually beautiful films ever made, especially the settings and the art direction. The picture is almost untouched by the CGI effects, which are used to great advantage in scenes like the battle of the Salzburg bridge, or when the Germans invade the Soviet Union. The realistic performances are typical of film classics, but the lead role by Elisabeth Shue was special. Her acting was simply superb and amazing. Robert Duvall is also among the greatest actors of all time, and he puts in his best performance in this film. The rest of the cast is also impressive, especially the legendary actors Ben Gazzara, John Huston, Elisabeth Shue, Christopher Lee, and Edward Fox. The film is highly recommended for all audiences, but it is most definitely not suitable for children, because there are some very adult scenes that the young children can not watch. The film is almost unrecognizable by a foreign audience, because of the language and the characters. However, it is a very important movie for German film history, because it shows the tragic history of that country in a very clear way, and it shows the struggle of two generations of Germans, in the last century, to survive and have the right to live in a free country. It shows how Germany, and all Europe, could become an empire, which forced other countries to accept its hegemony. The whole film is based on the book "King and Country", written by Ernest Hemingway, which was published in 1937. Although the film is set in the 20th century, it is based on a classic story, and the screenwriter, Michael Caine, did a great job in presenting a film as faithful as possible. He gives the characters their characteristic characteristics, like Robert Duvall's portrayal of the Englishman Thomas Hardy. The film was also good for the actors. Robert Duvall's portrayal of Thomas Hardy was particularly remarkable, and Elisabeth Shue, as the distinguished Austrian socialite Helena Benning, is also outstanding. It was nice to see Edward Fox as the young German King Maximilian, because he looks like a young Victor Hugo. There were some scenes, like when German King Maximilian faces the Russian troops, that were not very realistic, but that do not matter. All the cast members were brilliant, but Robert Duvall, Elisabeth Shue, and Ben Gazzara were especially impressive. The movie was extremely emotional and moving. The history is presented with stunning realism, and the emotions are tremendous. In conclusion, this is a great movie, about the history of the last century. It is a great drama, and you will find yourself overwhelmed with the emotions of the characters. This film is a great movie, and it deserves to be seen by everyone.<

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