The Artist

© The Weinstein Company, 2011

And we thought they didn’t make old black and white movies anymore. Thank you Michel Hazanavicius for your love of the genre and your incredible artistry in getting the look and tone of this modern stunner one hundred percent accurate for the old movie buffs around the world – just perfect and lovely in every way! Our favorite scene – Bérénice Bejo’s bit with the jacket in George Valentin’s dressing room – as good as any Old Hollywoodland moment we can remember! With stellar performances by Jean Dujardin, John Goodman, Penelope Ann Miller and especially the tremendous and heart wrenching dramatic range of Uggie the dog – whom we’d like to nominate for Best Supporting Actor!

4 Comments »

  1. josephine said

    Loved this movie and the performances! I really liked that the two leads’ relationship was based on mutual respect and admiration and the romance was kind of secondary. That actually made it more romantic for me.

  2. Maria said

    I haven’t watched it yet, but I’ve heard so much about it, and I definitely want to watch it now! It seems one of a kind :)

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