|Ryan Reynolds in Self/less|
Then as I was reading the review I see it is a Tarsen Singh movie. I LOVE Tarsen Singh. Sure except for the "The Fall" most of his movies aren't great, but the are beautiful.
His visual vocabulary is so amazing it actually makes me use words like "visual vocabulary". I have, in fact, purchased each of his movies on DVD and watch them every now and then. Here are some, and just look at the visuals.
|Prince Charming and Snow White in Mirror Mirror|
|The Gods in The Immortals|
|The human hero in The Immortals|
Then there is "The Fall", which cannot be captured by a single image. It is too full, too jam-packed. It is a story within a story, where a very ill Lee Pace tells the story of a hero to a young girl in a hospital. They are trapped in a sepia world (although filmed in color) of tans and browns and death. But the story is bright, huge and world spanning. I dare you to watch this and not be swept away!