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Trailer: Netflix's "Malcolm & Marie"

 

It's somewhat curious when award contenders are essentially about actors...playing actors. Is there a depth such films explore that people relate to? Or is this an example of the supposed disconnected nature the industry has been accused of possessing in the last several years. For Malcolm & Marie, which has current popular It girl Zendaya starring as the girlfriend of a filmmaker (Played by John David Washington), the accessibility seems to be in marital disorder. A rich couple coming to terms with their relationship.


Filmed in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, Netflix notably paid an incredibly high price for the black & white indie film, written and directed by Sam Levinson. Now set to premiere on the streaming service on February 5th (And thus qualifying for 2020's extended award season), the official trailer has been released which you can check out below:


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jafinbham
jafinbham
09 janv. 2021

This film provides a unique opportunity. A while back there was another Netflix film called Marriage Story. It starred ScarJo and Kylo Ren. I haven't seen it but I've heard lots of praises for it. There was a lot of talk about it being an 'actors' kind of film. Most scenes are just two people talking to each other. Very character driven. Both actors got tons of acclaim for their work on it.


Now, here we have a new Netflix film where most scenes seem to be two people talking. Lets compare Marriage Story to this piece of shit. I can already safely say it's shit because I barely got through the trailer.


We can compare these two films an…

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Nicholas E. Lauer
Nicholas E. Lauer
08 janv. 2021

Pornfly has been having trouble logging on. I’m trying to figure it out. And still haven’t seen “Tenet” though I know his acting wasn’t well-received.

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Rambo
Rambo
08 janv. 2021

And it seems pornfly has left us. So its down to me and you,sleuth...with jaf Less ans less involved.

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Rambo
Rambo
08 janv. 2021

How much did you give Tenet?

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Nicholas E. Lauer
Nicholas E. Lauer
08 janv. 2021

@Rambo: He was good in the Spike Lee movie. Problem is, he's trying to emulate his dad at every turn and offers little as a solo artist. Zendaya's trying to play older women and she looks/approaches mature content clearly as a younger woman. Like many performers nowadays, it's about trying to be like their idols but not offering much else from personal experience because most of them are groomed for this business now. They have nothing to pull from for their performances.

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