COSMOPOLIS ENGLISH SUBTITLES PODNAPISI
This is for me the most accurate yet quite pessimistic depiction I’ve seen of what the society of money and information means for human beings. Maybe it won’t touch those who feel they perfectly fit in their times. It’s almost an absurd comedy at times, like having his prostate examined in his limo by his personal doctor while talking to someone, or he and Benno Paul Giamatti casually shooting up an apartment and at each other with futuristic guns in the weirdest Mexican standoff. There’s nothing wrong with not understanding everything. The plot not that this was ever intended to be a plot-driven film is subtly drip-fed, hinted at, which i quite liked. It’s really an absurd comedy and satire at times with a pretty serious and cool ending scene with Paul Giamatti. It’s a bizarre movie, one that will require quite a few re-watches just to get the nuances of the incredibly dense and fast flowing conversations. The biggest challenge of course was the casting of Eric Packer, the doomed capitalist, who appears in almost every scene.
Blue playing a highly sexual 41 year old “friend”. What happens when you have all you want? But you stick with it. Eric Packer is a cold, alienated, and highly self-destructive almost- sociopath who goes on about the philosophy of time, corporations, how the world works, violence, and any other topic. The dialogue is laboured. How funny it is people related to his Complex company just happen to see his limo and jump in for a long convo. He took from the novel what could work on screen and left scenes out, that he thought could disturb or change the mood of the movie.
It doesn’t make the audience dumb, it doesn’t make the movie bad and it doesn’t make a brilliant performance less brilliant. It used to be manageable, but now it goes out of podna;isi. It feels very much based off a play or novel where incredibly verbose characters pontificate about corporations, the world, and time in weirdly absurd conversations.
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With my review, I’ve tried to help those who’re interested enough to give it a try. There were moments of dark humour, such as when Eric converses with a female employ, all the while wincing and straining as at the other end a doctor gives him a rectal exam.
But this film was simply two hours of pseudo-intellectual reverie on the meaning of life. Considering I’m a David Cronenberg fan, this movie surprised me, it really is awful. This is pure Cronenberg, very mental, talking about the society through the portrayal of individual psychology.
But you stick with it. True, it started sibtitles with me instantly being bored by it. No fault of the actors, it was the writing. These actors seem to come and go with not much of an arc between their characters except for a couple, as is the case with most of these heavy talking movies more focused on the journey Waking Life, Edmond. When there’s no challenge, no real desire anymore?
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Though the movie stands on its own, it can only improve your experience if you go a bit prepared to the screening.
The dialogue is laboured. This is for me the most accurate yet quite pessimistic depiction I’ve seen of what the society of money and information means for human beings. His character reminded me heavily of Patrick Bateman Christian Bale in American Psycho, just without all the 90s pop culture and music references.
What is derivative in our system and how the human mind and the human condition is dangerously shifting. Rarely have I been so happy a movie was over. Eric Packer is a cold, alienated, and highly self-destructive almost- sociopath who goes on about the philosophy of time, corporations, how the world works, violence, and any other topic. Pattinson nailed this character to perfection. In the first part of the movie, he focused more on the little world of Eric into his limo rather than to shift the emphasis also outside the car.
Samantha Morton as Eric’s “Chief of Theory” talks about stuff you won’t understand on first watch, and is emblematic of how the film’s dialog gives more than you can handle, which is why I can see Cosmopolis being ripe for rewatchability.
DeLillo tried to send messages that I didn’t understand at all. He’s adamant of making the trek in his white cyber limo eternally stuck in New York traffic over a whole day that goes into night instead of just walking across the street which would only take 5 min.
Cosmopolis (2012) – English subtitles
But instead, it was just the end. The world would end. Anyway, I think the viewer will throw his own inner themes in subritles profusion of concepts that rise from the film.
It’s like your watching some cheap movie made on a cam from someone just out of college. The self-destructive and hedonistic urges of upper class socialites is evident in most Cronenberg movies, and Eric is no different.
He’s a very sad example of how far people can go in our society, just for the sake of money.
It’s a challenging and dense movie, not much of a plot, with the focus on lots of talking and long shots. How he’s so stubborn about staying in his limo even though some big, distractive “imminent scenario” is about to happen.
It focuses on dialogues more than action, not a lot of things happen.
The verbose conversations can only have been based off a novel. Facebook users, people talking about money, people caring for what they’ve been told to care.
Robert Pattinson is a captivating actor to watch, and the camera is transfixed to his face even when it’s cream-pied later on thanks to an anarchist protester or “pastry engglish played by Mathieu Amalric Quantum of Solace, Diving Bell and the Butterfly.
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When I first read the novel, I felt confused and a bit dumb too. I can see some people not liking the movie just because of the pacing and heavy talking nature of it, but being in love with such midnight stage-y movies like Edmond, or talky Richard Linklater films Sutbitles was not as confused. Maybe five times I nearly gave up, but waited for the big pay off at the end.