Ennio morricone a pure formality


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Notable as one of only three films to win all five major Academy Awards ( It Happened One Night and The Silence of the Lambs are the others), 1975’s One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest is equally superb as a comedy, a drama and a social critique. Jack Nicholson is sensational as Randle McMurphy, a live wire who fakes mental illness and ends up in an institution run by the dictatorial Nurse Ratched (Louise Fletcher).

Director: Giuseppe Tornatore
Screenwriter: Giuseppe Tornatore
Producers: Isabella Cocuzza, Arturo Paglia
Executive producer: Enzo Sisti
Associate producer:  Marco Patrizi
Director of photography: Fabio Zamarion
Production designer: Maurizio Sabatini
Editor: Massimo Quaglia
Costume designer: Maurizio Millenotti
Music: Ennio Morricone
Sales Agent: uConnect (Brussels)
No rating, 124  minutes

When Django's revenge does come, it's a gore-splattering doozy. Foxx, giving Django his cool-dude props at last, morphs into a cowboy John Shaft and opens fire. There's something here to offend everyone. Revenge fantasies don't leave much room for moral lessons. Django is out for blood. So is Tarantino, but he doesn't sacrifice his humanity or conscience to do it. In this corrective to Gone With the Wind , he sticks it to Hollywood for a Mandingo-Mammy fixation that leaves the issues of slavery out of mainstream movies. He sticks it to Spike Lee, who once objected to Tarantino's use of the n-word in 1997's Jackie Brown , by spraying the word like machine-gun fire. And he sticks it to pundits who think he crosses the line by reveling in Django's vengeance. Wake up, people. Tarantino lives to cross the line. Is Django Unchained too much? Damn straight. It wouldn't be Tarantino otherwise.

The Legend of 1900 received mixed critical reviews. Based on 35 reviews, the film has a 54% rating on review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes . [3] On Metacritic , the film has a 58/100 rating based on 28 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews". [4]


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