2001: A Space Odyssey - Stanley Kubrick / El duelo a garrotazos - Fransisco de Goya.
Hace mucho que no subo nada acá. Tengo estas contraposiciones que me divertí haciendo durante el año y no publiqué en ningún lado por no hacer plagio, pero ahora que ví a más de un instagramer hacerlas quiero compartir las mías. Si les gustó subo todas.
Top 10 Movies:
#5 . 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
“I’m sorry Dave. I’m afraid I can’t do that.”
It’s probably a little unusual to have two Stanley Kubrick movies in my top ten movies list, but I couldn’t resist with this one. The film came out in the late 1960s and took place in the future in 2001. With a book written around the same exact time the movie was being made, this movie has a lot going for it. For starters, the effects are very pretty. People probably watch this and laugh at how cheesy the visuals are, but one has to understand how ahead of its time this movie is. The strange color spectrum and horrifying effects make this one stand out from probably any other sci/fi I have ever seen. The score in this movie is also amazing. You’ve probably heard several songs from this movie and had no idea they were originated here. It’s just so spacey and atmospheric. Technological parts aside, this movie has been misunderstood and just confusing for many. I definitely couldn’t understand it the first time (especially the black screen for the entire intro), but after reading up on it, I see now that the core story really isn’t too hard to understand. I won’t give anything away, but I will say this movie probably requires your full and undivided attention. You won’t physically miss something, but you really have to just watch how everything unfolds without looking on your phone here and there. Now… It is a pretty long movie, so I get that the length will probably get to some and turn them off, but for patient viewers, this is a very rewarding experience. The film has some amazing directing, and a very original, and unheard of, story. While I can’t say this will win everyone over, I will say it is one of a kind. Something this good can never probably never be topped or remade without backlash. I’m giving this oldie a 9.5/10.
The first time I saw the film "2001: A Space Odyssey" I didn't like it. But I found myself watching it again and again and now its one of my favorites. Anyways, here's a sketch I did of one of my favourite shots