La figura emblemática enfrentada a esos fantasmas íntimos. Lo mejor de "J. Edgar" es cuando el develamiento del rostro homoerótico es sugerente, lo equívoco es cuando se muestra casi vulgar. Esa imagen de la madre castrante y represiva, como el ataque de celos de un amante.
çökmek üzere olan kapitalist sistemi öven sosyalizmi aşağılayan yazılarla başlıyor.amerika ile rusyanın soğuk savaş yıllarında başlayan cadı avı muhalif olan herkesi baskı ile susturduklarını,amerikada hala hiçbir sol hareketin uzun yıllardır olmamasından nasıl bastırıldığını tahmin edebilmek güç değil..yine güven kaybeden bi birim olan FBI övülüyor.
Very well edited picture but with a script that seems to have been somewhat muted in its depiction of Hoover's private life. What should have been a career best performance for Leonardo DiCaprio however is overshadowed by Armie Hammer who steals every scene he is in. Tom Stern's camera work and fine makeup work add to the finished product. Not one of Eastwood's best but well worth seeing.
It was good to know how the FBI was created. It was also good to know when, why and how the judicial system evolved to incorporate forensics and the scientific method, ornamenting a practically medieval description of justice. Everything else was a tangible drama, in excess of both flaws so distinct they seem almost taboo to comprehend, and dialogue furnished with the fascinating elucidation of details.
Fail. The lighting is way too dark for no reason and i couldn't even concentrate on what the actors were saying with that shitty make up job. Boring and completely ignores the COINTELPRO years. And they make Tolson into a effing queen! This is my first Eastwood directed film and I'm not excited about seeing anything else of his.
J. Edgar is what I thought it would be, or perhaps feared it would be. It is good and Leonardo DiCaprio is great, but it is often dry and tedious, covers way too much ground, way too many historical events, and too many decades to be appropriate for an only 137 minute film. The makeup is not very convincing and some viewers may find it distracting. Clint Eastwood has directed much better films.