The Goldfinch evaluation action

2022-04-01 08:01
In the process of watching it, one feels as if the film will never end - like a movie prison, locking the audience in an airtight, self-satisfying cage, forcing people to believe that the film's torture metaphors A poetic narrative is an artistic expression of profound meaning, and it does not realize that this is just a long and uninteresting failure   .
"The Goldfinch" strives to be a famous painting, just like the painting's name, but ultimately feels more like a fake   .
While Peter Straun's script simplifies Donna Tate's 2013 Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, John Crowley's director packs a punch. Aside from this painting, not all of the scripts make sense. Hidden by the surging emotions is the theme or question: Does something contain meaning, is a painting worth a hundred years after a catastrophe that destroyed Theo's life? A near-collapse tramp lays out the question to Theo in a quiet, wrenching self-talk, and it's as close to an answer as The Goldfinch gets, even if Tate might just be echoing Tom Stoppard The Time and Memory Game Arcadia. The film doesn't answer that question well, but loses its way in the last 15 minutes of a bunch of outrageous nonsense. All this dramatic uproar has only one purpose, to try to grab the audience's attention   .
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  • Brandi 2022-04-01 09:01:19

    It's amazing that Hollywood can still make this kind of park ave white self-pity movie. Probably because the expectations are very low, so most of them are basically OK with rolling their eyes, except for the messy ending of the crash. Pity Deakins

The Goldfinch quotes

  • Adult Theo Decker: I wear bespoke suits. I swim twice a week. I socialize with people I can't stand. I'm relaxed, personable. I don't indulge in self pity. It's true what I read, "We're so accustomed to disguise ourselves to others, that in the end we become disguised to ourselves."

  • [first lines]

    Adult Theo Decker: [narrating] In Amsterdam I dreamt I saw my mother again. She was just as glad to see me as I was to see her. Same beautiful pale blue eyes. Everything would have turned out netter if she had lived. As it was, she died when I was a kid. And when I lost her, I lost sight of any landmark that might've led me some place happier.

    Adult Theo Decker: You see, her death was my fault. Everybody used to tell me that it wasn't. That it was a terrible accident. Which is all perfectly true. And I don't believe a word of it. It was my fault. Just like everything that's happed since.

    Adult Theo Decker: The painting. The painting. All my fault. I lost something that should have been immortal. I didn't mean to do it. Because what I've done cannot be undone. It doesn't matter that I'm going to die. But for all time, for as long as history is written, that painting will be remembered and mourned.

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