Winter's Tale (A New York Winter\'s Tale) (2014)
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Story of a miracle.
" Date: 2/19/2021 Viewed: HBO Max First Viewing Note: I wasn’t really sure what to expect from this movie because I never heard of it until now. Seeing that it's on HBO Max, I decided to check it out. I went into this movie without knowing anything about the plot. After watching this movie for the first time, I thought it was okay. This movie has many big stars and I was surprised to see Will Smith in this movie. I never thought to see the day where Will Smith plays the Devil himself. It was"
“Since this movie had been really poorly received when it was released, I didn’t expect much but since there was a nice cast involved, I thought I might as well check it out anyway. Well, at least, you have to give Akiva Goldsman some credit to tackle something so ambitious (Apparently, Martin Scorsese backed out because he thought the book was actually unfilmable). Unfortunately, it was probably too much to handle for him, especially since it was his directorial debut. Basically, it was some kind of romantic fairy-tale but, while it was obviously supposed to be whimsical and charming, it turned out to be actually really cheesy, rather silly, borderline offensive but, above all, really tedious. For example, was it really a smart move to have the only prominent black character play Lucifer” read more
" I keep comparing this to "Stardust" in my mind, although, there are too many differences for them to be fairly weighed against each other. Where "Stardust" is whimsical, adventurous and a little silly, this is predestined, imaginary and poignant. Brown-Findlay was enchanting and it's always nice to hear Farrell's natural Irish accent. I had no idea Will Smith and Kevin Durand were going to make appearances. Good fun."
"This is basically a failed attempt at a modern-day fairytale, and I have a hunch that it's going to become a new classic "so bad it's good" movie. But personally, I was only laughing at it half the time; the rest of the time, I just found the stupidity on display aggravating. As an example of both extremes, I lost it whenever I heard Russell Crowe's ridiculous Irish accent, but when Peter survives for a century without aging, it just leaves you wondering what kind of social life he's had in the "
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" Director: Akiva Goldsman Cinematographer: Caleb Deschanel Other Images "