I couldn't help thinking while watching the controversial Netflix movie 'Blonde' just how similar in theme it is to the movie 'NOPE' as far as the Hollywood/Fame machine chewing victims up and spitting them out goes.
Andrew Dominik was just adapting the book to the screen, not writing a biopic for the screen on his own terms, so why the personal hate for him you two unprofessional cinephiles?
I only found out about the Netflix movie 'Blonde' and watched it after listening to a very unprofessional podcast episode of 'The Big Picture' podcast where the hosts sink the boot into the director of the movie, because they personally didn't like, or understand the movie, which was an adaption of the bestselling book 'Blonde' written by a female author, by the way Amanda.
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And as hard and traumatic the movie is to watch I think it is a very good piece of arthouse cinema.
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The hosts of 'The Big Picture' podcast even did the same thing to Baz when they reviewed his 'Elvis' movie ... a movie I really liked by the way.
Makes me wonder how these hosts can be taken seriously as movie reviewers to be honest.
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Maybe the 'The Big Picture' podcast hosts should bring in Brad Pit for a discussion of 'Blonde' as he is one of the producers of the movie?Did I like NOPE ... NOPE?👎👽
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