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Song to Song 2017 123movies

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Love. Obsession. Betrayal.Mar. 17, 2017129 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Two intersecting love triangles. Obsession and betrayal set against the music scene in Austin, Texas.
Plot: In this modern love story set against the Austin, Texas music scene, two entangled couples — struggling songwriters Faye and BV, and music mogul Cook and the waitress whom he ensnares — chase success through a rock ‘n’ roll landscape of seduction and betrayal.
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it was the best of Malick times… it was the WTF-worst of Malick times
On the one hand, I liked that, for what seems like the first time since The New World Malick has actors as characters in scenes where they, you know, have dialog exchanges and we get to see how they interact and learn about each other. It’s not a lot of the time, but it shows that when Malick sat down with the actors and, whether it was improvised or not, got them to figure out how these people would talk to one another, whatever shades (or not) of depth there would be – and this isn’t just the main cast but, say, small scenes between Mara’s Faye and Faye’s father, or BV (Gosling) with his mother, or any of Patti Smith’s scenes – it’s a joy to see these actors work off one another. If Malick had actually been working from a script, as opposed to no script at all, he might have had one of his best films.

On the other hand, and I can’t believe I’m saying this, I may be getting tired of “Chivo” Lubezki’s cinematography, at least in this case after so many Malick films. It’s a strange thing to say since when one sees The New World or especially The Tree of Life, they’re nothing short of photographic tour-de-forces, things that we haven’t seen in cinematic grammar before as far as how he uses the lenses and the natural light, at least in such a way as it is. But while he has the good instinct sometimes to push in or pull out on an actor when they’re talking, and of course the light through (there are a lot of) windows, or outside, is beautiful (it can’t help but be anything but and there’s no synonyms left for it), I kind of wished there wasn’t such a hodge-podge of technical approaches here.

And meanwhile on the one hand this is a film that has Iggy Pop, Flea and Patti Smith in cameos (and Smith even gets to have something like a character, probably more than Holly Hunter or Cate Blanchett probably), and it certainly captures the Austin music scene with vitality and energy and gets how it’s intoxicating to see the audience and to be so close to the stage or backstage and, to another extent, hanging around Michael Fassbender (who, despite working without a script net, shows why he’s so good as an actor first, movie star second, understanding how to just be in a room looking and listening can have weight). Also all of the main cast have insanely good chemistry together, both physically and mentally (mostly physically), and I think Gosling and Mara are a good fit for a Malick world.

On the other hand, this line: “I don’t like to see the birds in the sky because I’ll miss you” or this line “Mercy was a word. I never thought I needed it.” Yeah.

And, on top of the narration which is, mostly here, the absolute worst that Malick’s had in his films – some of it’s laughable, other times it’s horrible, and even in Knight of Cups I didn’t feel this way, though to an extent I did with ‘Wonder’ – I felt bad for actors in the second half of the movie who seemed adrift, maybe with more character material on the cutting room floor (there’s another *six hours* of this), like Blanchett or Berenice Marlohe. Both of these women play the love interests of the respective Gosling and Mara characters after they split up (why they do would both take too long and not be worth the effort for its simplicity), but even compared to everyone else I didn’t get a sense of who they were as people.

I’m not talking about this as if it’s a problem as far as something intentional that a filmmaker does where they leave some mystery with the people and we have to read into things (with Faye, I think Mara actually does a whole lot with a little, at least from what we can see, and her performance came the closest to making me care about a character on screen – I thought almost the same could’ve been for Portman’s Rhonda, but she leaves the film for so long stretches I forgot that her conflict was so shallow, but I digress). What I mean is more that I had no idea why the two ex-lovebirds would go with these people, what they mean to them, what they do for them, and why Blanchett’s character becomes so sad for not much reason (BV’s mother warns him off of her at one point because… she’s sad, that’s it), and Marlohe gets even less.

So with Song to Song, I know it sounds like I’m coming down on it harshly, but it’s because I expect a great deal from this director, and want him to do well. The problem though in general is that at 129 minutes it feels too long, which is a strange thing to note considering that there’s, I must stress, SIX OTHER HOURS of footage, so I’m not sure if it could use being like 20 even 30 minutes shorter, or another hour longer or so. There’s scenes that get surprisingly close to the emotional depths that Malick could get at back in his prime 70’s days with his actors, and they’re game for making a romance film full of highs and lows. But the more “Malick” touches with how memories and impressions and nature and the city of Austin and who knows what else blends in with the story is hit or miss at best and distractingly precious and bad at worst (I probably neglected to write down other glaringly dumb lines).

Review By: Quinoa1984 Rating: 4 Date: 2017-03-29
‘Song to Song’ just doesn’t sing
This review is not coming from a Terrence Malick detractor. In fact he is a director that falls for me in the “appreciate very highly” category.

His first five films were either very good (‘The New World’), great(‘Badlands’) and outstanding (‘The Thin Red Line’, ‘Days of Heaven’ and ‘The Tree of Life’). Certainly don’t anything at all against anybody who doesn’t like those films or Malick in general, as Malick has a very unique, unconventional style that also isn’t widely accessible, his films unlike many seen before or since, something that will entice a lot and perplex others. Was very much mixed on his next two films ‘To the Wonder’ and ‘Knight of Cups’, but they had good qualities.

‘Song to Song’, as of now from personal opinion, is Malick’s worst. It is the film that connected with me the least, engaged me the least (never watch a film expecting entertainment from all of them, instead judging them in what they set out to do) and perplexed me the most. Do have to disagree respectfully that it is his most accessible film, ‘Badlands’ and ‘Days of Heaven’ are stronger contenders for that. If anything, as well as being his least ambitious (‘The Tree of Life’), ‘Song to Song’ is the film that will alienate audiences the most.

It is not without good things. Again from personal opinion, none of Malick’s films are 1/10 films and none of them are close to being among the worst films ever made let alone THE worst. As always with Malick, ‘Song to Song’ does look absolutely stunning, the cinematography (not surprising considering one of the best cinematographers around Emmanuel Lubezki was responsible) has a very dream-like quality to it, the colours positively leap out at you in an eye-popping way and the scenery has a sweeping beauty.

Every single one of Malick’s films are among the most beautiful films visually I’ve seen, with every frame having a breathtakingly naturalistic quality without feeling too orchestrated. The music gives an audibly rich, overwhelmingly emotional and quite haunting quality, fitting perfectly with everything on screen.

When it comes to the acting, Ryan Gosling, Rooney Mara and Michael Fassbender do great jobs. Mara especially is wonderful, her face and eyes say so much and all when she is saying little. Malick’s style is unmistakable and is all over the film, and it is clear that he has put a lot of thought into his directing.

As was said with ‘To the Wonder’ and ‘Knight of Cups’, he is not entirely successful sadly. His directing has a thoughtful and philosophical touch, but did get the sense that he was trying too hard and that he was focusing too much on some aspects and not enough on others. Not everybody comes off well in the acting, Iggy Pop was just bizarre and out of place and while Cate Blanchett does her best she has very little to do, a waste of a great actress.

Regarding the voice overs, they are easily the worst voice overs in any of Malick’s films. Not in how the actors deliver them, it’s the way they are written that’s the problem. They strive to be poetic, instead they are self-indulgent (“pretentious” is one of my most hated words now so won’t be using that) and preachy, some of them do not flow well at all. There is a succession dream-like moments, some are very dreamy and beautiful but most are fragmented and endless. Spontaneity actually feels like stilted improvisation, authenticity is little and shape is even less.

Didn’t engage with the characters really (apart from Mara’s, but that was more to do with Mara’s acting), most of them seemed disconnected and in a few cases pointless. ‘Song to Song’ is Malick at his most disjointed and dullest (a more preferable adjective to replace another one of my most hated words “boring”, like “pretentious” it’s overused and abused here).

It was the story, or lack of, and the pace that most underwhelmed. Do not have a problem with slow pacing, Malick’s films are deliberately meditative and some of my favourite films are the same. But when the story came across as emotionally empty and disjointed, very like ‘To the Wonder’ and ‘Knight of Cups’ except they didn’t leave me as stone cold as here, and mostly indecipherable (anybody will be forgiven having a hard time describing the plot let alone figuring it out) as well as the again personal themes barely developed it was impossible to engage with it. Thus making it a chore to sit through, even with ‘To the Wonder’ and ‘Knight of Cups’ faults they didn’t make me feel this way anywhere near as much.

Overall, very disappointing and just doesn’t sing. 4/10 Bethany Cox

Review By: TheLittleSongbird Rating: 4 Date: 2017-08-24

Other Information:

Original Title Song to Song
Release Date 2017-03-17
Release Year 2017

Original Language en
Runtime 2 hr 9 min (129 min)
Budget 10000000
Revenue 1710528
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Drama, Music, Romance
Director Terrence Malick
Writer Terrence Malick
Actors Ryan Gosling, Rooney Mara, Michael Fassbender
Country United States
Awards 8 nominations
Production Company N/A
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 2.39 : 1
Camera Arri Alexa M, Zeiss Master Prime Lenses, Arri Alexa, Zeiss Master Prime Lenses, Arricam LT, Zeiss Master Prime Lenses, Arriflex 235, Zeiss Master Prime Lenses, Arriflex 435, Zeiss Master Prime Lenses, GoPro, Red Epic, Zeiss Master Prime Lenses
Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm (Kodak Vision3 50D 5203, Vision3 200T 5213, Vision3 500T 5219), Codex, Digital, Redcode RAW
Cinematographic Process ARRIRAW (2.8K) (source format), Digital (source format), Digital Intermediate (4K) (master format), Redcode RAW (5K) (source format) (some shots), Super 35 (source format)
Printed Film Format D-Cinema

Song to Song 2017 123movies
Song to Song 2017 123movies
Song to Song 2017 123movies
Song to Song 2017 123movies
Original title Song to Song
TMDb Rating 5.4 705 votes

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