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JFK

Yönetmen Oliver Stone
ABD, 1991
Drama, Gerilim

Özet

New Orleans District Attorney, Jim Garrison, re-opens the files on the J.F.K. investigation and takes a critical look at the facts given by the F.B.I.

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JFK Yönetmen Oliver Stone

Ödüller ve Festivaller

Academy Awards

1992 | 2 ödül: Best Cinematography

1992 | 6 dalda aday: Best Picture

BAFTA Awards

1993 | 2 ödül: Best Editing

1993 | 2 dalda aday: Best Actor in a Supporting Role

Directors Guild of America

1992 | 1 dalda aday: Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Motion Pictures

Writers Guild of America

1992 | 1 dalda aday: Best Screenplay Based on Material from Another Medium (Screen)

…Embodying some of the worst tendencies of the Hollywood of this era, this nonsense nonetheless serves to cloak the rest of the film in the familiar, so we might more readily digest its experimental features: rapid shifts in film stock; associative cutting across time and space, fiction and documentary, truth and speculation; and, of course, its brazenly provocative content, going so far as to accuse Lyndon Johnson of conspiring to murder his predecessor.
December 20, 2016
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Though JFK has been rightfully scrutinized since its release over the relative accuracy of its historical account, key to its persuasively expressed thesis is the idea that in a functioning democracy, healthy suspicion toward government infrastructure and the narratives espoused by powerful interests are vital even if the struggles do not finally amount to legislative action.
September 01, 2016
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What I now consider to be to be among the greatest American studio movies made in my lifetime hit me slowly, feeding my head with its heavy doses of paranoia, conspiracy, and exquisite film craft… The resulting tapestry of footage, for which Bob Richardson won an Academy Award for Best Cinematography, is a Dantean layering of consciousness, shuffling together waking dreams, nightmare, and memory in its strange, fading processes.
November 22, 2013
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İnsanlar ne diyor?

  • HKFanatic's rating of the film JFK

    It's not difficult to imagine how this must have shocked and awed theatrical audiences back in 1991 (deservedly winning the Oscar for Best Editing in the process), and my teenage self would have likely loved Stone's passionate polemic against the military-industrial complex. But watching "JFK" in 2019, the film reads as somewhat campy and homophobic. A shame to saddle a cast this good with those Louisiana accents.

  • Z's rating of the film JFK

    Stone throws us into a hall of mirrors and shadows as a lone sheriff fights a doomed battle to uncover the truth and see justice done. The Prince of Denmark's father/leader has been slain and it's up to the virtuous, do right, family man to set things right. Stone exults in the urgent pull of a history still being fought over and sculpted. He has created an angry, paranoid exhalation of national grief and betrayal.

  • Filipe F. Coutinho's rating of the film JFK

    Stone’s masterpiece. His passion for the subject matter and disgust with abuses of power comes through every frame with the fury of a thousand winds. It’s a cinematic tour de force, a cleverly executed thesis on the corruption of the soul of a country during one of the nation’s defining moments. It’s exciting, inventive and provocative filmmaking. This is what cinema is all about.

  • Lights in the Dusk's rating of the film JFK

    The film is an investigation, but an investigation into how cinema works. The subject necessitates this - Kennedy's death is forever caught within the frames of Zapruder's home movie - but the power of the film is not in its courtroom speeches, or in its political finger-pointing, but in its shots, cuts, use of sound, colour and movement. The scrutiny of the form is rigorous; closer to Brakhage, or Godard...

  • Jake Cole's rating of the film JFK

    Positively stuffed to the brim with bullshit, it is nevertheless a terrific emotional summary of the feelings of confusion, anger and anomie engendered by the Kennedy assassination. Powered by absolutely masterful editing (which would be even further developed in Natural Born Killers), JFK can turn 50 minutes of courtroom monologuing into something more exciting than any action film. That's worth something.

  • Dave's rating of the film JFK

    The theories are absolute garbage, but even so the movie is incredible. The cinematography of Robert Richardson and the editing are beyond brilliant. And there are also a number of outstanding performances from the likes of Joe Pesci, Gary Oldman, and Tommy Lee Jones. My #1 film of the 1990s and a strong contender for my favorite film of all time.

  • Tigrão's rating of the film JFK

    The editors must have wept like babies when Stone put the reels on their table and said "Ok. Go to work now."

  • Hunter Duesing's rating of the film JFK

    Oliver Stone's best work by far, it has a great cast, sharp and precise editing, and a complex and interesting narrative that is fascinating, even though it's pure fiction, and should be treated as such.

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