Sunday, August 7, 2016
At the end of the movie, however, Catherine gets her revenge. Morris comes back a few years after her father dies and asks her to marry him. Catherine is no longer meek and shy, but has hardened after the harsh realities she has faced from realizing that neither her father nor the man she loved cared for her at all. She agrees to marry him, but when he shows up with the carriage like she thought he would years before, she bolts the door and goes upstairs while he is pounding on the door. Haha! Fuck you Morris!
I'm not a big fan of shoot-em-up action movies, but I actually liked this movie. I liked all of the scenes of the assassin, cop, and singer together. Like the scene where they spend the whole time pointing guns and each other and subtly threatening each other while talking about soccer so that the singer didn't know what was going on.
Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Wednesday, May 18, 2016
I thought that the look of this film was very cool, and that the use of lighting and colors made it look like an Italian painting from that time period. I'm guessing it was the director's intent to make the film look like a Caravaggio painting. Since the only Caravaggio paintings I've seen are in this film, I can't really say if that is the case or not.
My one major criticism about this movie is that I don't think it spent enough time on the relationships between Caravaggio and Sean Bean as well as Caravaggio and Lena. At the end when he is extremely upset about her death, and when Sean Bean's character reveals that he killed her in the name of love, both events seem out of nowhere. Up until that moment, I didn't think that Sean Bean's character even cared about Caravaggio. I thought that he was just pretending to be interested to make Lena jealous. I also want to mention how damn good looking Sean Bean is in this movie. Every time he was on screen I couldn't take my eyes off of him.