sexta-feira, outubro 14, 2011

Hollywood Buzz #141

O que se diz lá fora sobre TEXAS KILLING FIELDS, de Ami Canaan Mann:



«Ms. Mann (Michael's daughter) does stage a bracing car chase, and Mr. Morgan makes an impression despite a story that's sometimes hard to follow.»
Neil Genzlinger, New York Times.

«Script by former DEA officer Don Ferrarone isn't that bad in itself, but matters aren't helped by the mumbled performances and poor sound, which make it hard to hear what anyone's saying, while sloppy editing wreaks havoc on the story.»
Leslie Felperin, Variety.

«Despite the presence of some notable names at the top of the cast including the currently ubiquitous Jessica Chastain, the steadily-paced drama looks more of a small-screen proposition.»
Neil Young, The Hollywood Reporter.

«The younger Mann goes through the motions of a gritty murder mystery with plenty of technical proficiency but only a modicum of soul. The Mann touch is not only in the DNA of the director but in her movie, which inadvertently makes the case that atmosphere is more hereditary than innovation.»
Eric Kohn, indieWIRE.

«On more than one occasion, scenes just don't seem to fit right, as if an editing-room scuffle had left some crucial connective tissue on the floor.»
Nick Schager, Slant Magazine.

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