I am so ecstatic for Terrence Malick's latest film.Malick is notorious for having only made 6 films in his four decade career span, hence I thought it would be another ten years till I got to see the next Malick film. His latest has received mixed reviews from critics, but personally it would be impossible for me to ever dislike any of his films. You either love or hate a Terrence Malick film.To The Wonder affectionately focuses on a couple whose relationship begins to fall apart, while concerned with love and God. It apparently is bold and beautiful, so the trailer tells me. This film like all his other's looks so visually stunning, intense and intimate that my heart might actually melt. Frances Ha - Noah Baumbach
Finally a film about the platonic love of a girls friendship (Also like the theme of Ginger & Rosa, waiting for this too). Due to the lack of a trailer and like I do with most, I watched a few of Frances Ha's press conferences. One reporter pointed out that there were so many "bromance" movies and not enough raw and realistic representations of a girls friendship. Which is odd because I feel girls usually have such strongly connected platonic relationships. But finally Frances Ha is here to represent just that. Lead actress, Greta Gerwig (who was the only good thing about Damsels and Distress) and director, Noah Baumbach collaborated on the screenplay. Her individual style of acting and his distinctive film style suit each other impeccably. It seems to be filled with sardonic lines, French new wave vibes and dancing. Oh and it is in black and white. All which I absolutely adore. My dreams have finally come true of a modern film so heavily inspired by French New Wave. I can see this being another classic, set in New York, film. It arrives in theatres in the US late June. The Great Gatsby - Baz Luhrmann
I know everyone has been waiting for this (I can even quote the whole trailer). Whatever happened to the December release? I realise they delayed it to make it even cooler. Some people have been whining about the modernised take and style on such a classic book. The book has already been adapted into a film, thus if you are going to do it again you may as well put a whole new spin on it. Baz Luhrmann is the best director for the job, especially after his contemporary version of Romeo + Juliet.I personally think it seems to capture the atmosphere and feel of the book flawlessly. AlsoCarey Mulligan as Daisy and Leonardo Dicaprio as Gatsby seem great and I am obsessed with the soundtrack. It will finally be coming out between May - June (depending on where you live).