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Maximalist film

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Maximalist film or maximalist cinema is related to the art and philosophy of maximalism, a reaction against minimalism.

Notable filmmakers

This type of film includes the likes of directors Bill Gunn,[1] Tyler Perry,[2] Daryush Shokof, Spike Lee, Wong Kar-wai, Wes Anderson, Jane Campion, David Lynch,[3] Michael Bay,[4][5][6][7] Zack Snyder (especially both versions of Justice League),[8][9][10] Julie Taymor,[11] Sofia Coppola,[12] Tony Scott,[13][14] Paul W. S. Anderson,[15] Terry Gilliam,[16] Paul Verhoeven,[17] Federico Fellini,[18] Pedro Almodovar,[19] Edgar Wright,[20] Sam Raimi,[21] King Vidor,[22] Oliver Stone,[23] Steven Spielberg,[24][25] Alejandro G. Inarritu,[26] Quentin Tarantino,[27][28] S. S. Rajamouli,[29][30] Josef von Sternberg,[31] Max Ophüls, Orson Welles, Rainer Werner Fassbinder,[32] Tim Burton,[33] the team of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger,[34] John Woo,[35] Genndy Tartakovsky (Hotel Transylvania),[36] Masaaki Yuasa,[37] Xavier Dolan,[38] Paul Thomas Anderson,[39] Baz Luhrmann,[40][41] Danny Boyle, Guy Ritchie,[42] James Cameron,[43] Joachim Trier[44] and Park Chan-wook.[45]

List of notable maximalist films

Sources:[46][47][48][49][50][51][52][53][54][55][56][57][58][59][60][61][62][63][64][65][66][67][68][69][70][71][72][73][74][75][76][77][78][79][80][81][82][83][84][85][86][87][88][89][90][91][92][93][94][95][96][97][98][99][100][101][102][103][104][105][106][29][30][107][108][109] [110][111][112][113][114][115][116][117][118][119][120][121][122]

See also

References

  1. ^ Bill Gunn|Film Essay|Gagosian Quarterly
  2. ^ Tyler Perry's 'For Colored Girls' - Review - The New York Times
  3. ^ Observations on film art: Captain Cinephilia: Scorsese strikes back
  4. ^ Bay Watch - Film Comment
  5. ^ The 50 Best Good Bad Movies - The Ringer
  6. ^ 15 Directors With a Signature Style|ScreenRant
  7. ^ Highest Grossing Directors of All Time - Screen Rant
  8. ^ Zack Snyder’s Favorite Films, From ‘A Clockwork Orange’ to ‘Blue Velvet’
  9. ^ Streaming: Army of the Dead and cinema's best zombie films|Movies|The Guardian
  10. ^ Top Films of 2021 — 15-11|In Review Online
  11. ^ The Urgency of Sundance's 'Issue' Films in 2020 - The Atlantic
  12. ^ 'I didn't want to do another movie with Bill Murray - there was too much pressure' - Sofia Coppola - independet.ie
  13. ^ Tony Scott Made Movies as a Maximalist - The New York Times
  14. ^ The 14 Best Val Kilmer Movies Ranked|/Film
  15. ^ The Unusual Genius of the "Resident Evil" Movies|The New Yorker
  16. ^ Brazil: five films that may have influenced Terry Gilliam's dystopian masterpiece|BFI
  17. ^ You Don't Nomi Movie Review - Book and Film Globe
  18. ^ Born 100 Years Ago, Filmmaker Federico Fellini Captured The Messiness Of Life|WAMU
  19. ^ 7 of Pedro Almodovar's most stylish films (including his latest, Pain and Glory)|Vogue India
  20. ^ 18 Comedies So Funny You'll Cry With Laughter|ScreenRant
  21. ^ Darkman|Screen Slate
  22. ^ March-April 2020 - Film Comment
  23. ^ Observations on film art : Friendly books, books by friends
  24. ^ Will Steven Spielberg's Lincoln Sweep the 2012 Oscars?|Vanity Fair
  25. ^ Steven Spielberg's 'BFG' Box Office Flop: Has Spielberg Lost Touch? - Variety
  26. ^ Has "The Revenant" established Alejandro G. Inarritu as today's most acclaimed director?|Read|The Take
  27. ^ Quentin Tarantino's Films As Infographics - Vulture
  28. ^ The Misunderstood Ambition of "Hudson Hawk"|The New Yorker
  29. ^ a b Abrams, Simon. "RRR movie review & film summary (2022) | Roger Ebert". RogerEbert.com. Retrieved 2022-07-04.
  30. ^ a b Bui, Hoai-Tran (2022-06-22). "The Daily Stream: RRR Is A Maximalist Epic That Puts Hollywood Blockbusters To Shame". SlashFilm.com. Retrieved 2022-07-04.
  31. ^ Review: Dietrich & von Sternberg in Hollywood on Criterion Blu-ray - Slant Magazine
  32. ^ Eugene Kotlyarenko is Telling God's Honest Truth - Interview Magazine
  33. ^ Bitter Pill: Kathryn Andrews at the Nasher Sculpture Center|Glasstire
  34. ^ The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp, Directed by The Archers|Talk Cinema
  35. ^ When Jean-Claude Van Damme became Hong Kong’s gateway to Hollywood / The Dissolve
  36. ^ Upcoming Animated Movies Your Kids Will Get Excited For |/Film
  37. ^ Best Anime Movies of All Time (Top 100) - Paste
  38. ^ IT'S ONLY THE END OF THE WORLD: Xavier Dolan's First Misfire – Film Inquiry
  39. ^ How Paul Thomas Anderson sets himself apart from Hollywood's other wunderkinds - Slate Magazine
  40. ^ After Elvis, Baz Luhrmann Will Make One of His Old Movies Even Longer|Vanity Fair
  41. ^ Navigating 'Australia' - The Week
  42. ^ Baz Luhrmann and the Generation of Maximalism - MovieWeb
  43. ^ Bigelow vs. Cameron – IFC Center
  44. ^ Wanting Less and Needing More: Minimalism, Maximalism, Ryusuke Hamaguchi and the Rest of 2021 in film - Filmmaker Magazine
  45. ^ The 20 Best Movie Music & Film Scores of the 2010s|IndieWire
  46. ^ Film List with David McMichael of Hyperreal Film Club - Conflict of Interest
  47. ^ MAXIMALIST FILMS: Gleeful chaos reigns —— Hyperreal Film Club
  48. ^ Observations on film art: Tony and Theo
  49. ^ CC50|Canyon Cinema
  50. ^ 'Total Recall' at 25: Paul Verhoeven's sci-fi still shooks - Los Angeles Times
  51. ^ Revisiting 1980, the Year the Movies Killed Disco - InsiderHook
  52. ^ Xanadu at 40: a mesmerisingly messy musical failure|Musicals|The Guardian
  53. ^ ‘Dunkirk,’ ‘Call Me By Your Name’ top AP’s best 2017 films - Entertainment & Life - telegram.com - Worcester, MA
  54. ^ The mystic maximalism of Darren Aronofsky's "Mother!"|Salon.com
  55. ^ Speed Racer Is Not An Art Film – The Sundae
  56. ^ Review: ‘American Made’ has an undeniable shaggy-dog charm|Movies|journalstar.com
  57. ^ The 90s Film About Three Drag Queens Stranded in Small-Town America|AnOther
  58. ^ A maximalist family romp in ‘The Croods: A New Age”|Movies|nwitimes
  59. ^ Charlie’s Angels: Love it or hate it, the original movie is an unintentional Warholian masterpiece
  60. ^ 'Army of the Dead' Netflix Trailer and Release Date: WATCH - Vulture
  61. ^ 10 great French period films|BFI
  62. ^ 20 Years On, ‘Moulin Rouge!’ (2001) Remains a Metatheatrical, Maximalist Masterpiece — Flip Screen
  63. ^ The Best Movies of 2020 - The Ringer
  64. ^ Safe At Home Blu-Ray Round-Up - The Retro Set
  65. ^ QFT Programme 1993 Jan Special Season on JSTOR
  66. ^ All 25 Martin Scorsese Movies, Ranked - Thrillist
  67. ^ Spike Lee’s Da 5 Bloods Takes On the Black Trauma of Vietnam|The New Republic
  68. ^ Da 5 Bloods review — Spike Lee throws a light on the role of African-American soldiers in Vietnam|Time Out
  69. ^ In The Heights Review: Jon M. Chu's Lin-Manuel Miranda Adaptation Is the Best Hollywood Musical in Years - Paste
  70. ^ The Blues Brothers at 40: a manic musical romp that still sings today|Movies|The Guardian
  71. ^ World of Wong Kar Wai, The Ten Commendnments, Southland Tales and More: Jim Hemphill's Home Video Recommendations|Filmmaker Magazine
  72. ^ Youth gangs, psychic schoolgirls and outer space: the cult films of the 70s|HUNGER TV
  73. ^ 100 Best Thriller Films Of All Time|Time Out London
  74. ^ BLUE IS THE WARMEST COLOUR / OH COMELY - JASON WARD
  75. ^ notcoming.com|Lola Montes
  76. ^ The 25 Most Influential Movie Scenes of the Last 25 Years|Vanity Fair
  77. ^ From Jean-Luc Godard to Federico Fellini: 10 essential Maximalist films|Far Out Magazine
  78. ^ 'Jungle Cruise' film review: a classic summer blockbuster souped up for the modern age|NME Australia
  79. ^ 68 Movies We Can't Wait to Watch in Theaters in 2021 - Film School Rejects
  80. ^ Brian De Palma on how he depicts women in his films|EW.com
  81. ^ Two men and a lady: perspective and 'The Last Duel' : Pop Culture : NPR
  82. ^ MUBI Special: John Carpenter's 1980s: A Double Bill|MUBI
  83. ^ The New Titans: Notes on Michael Bay's "Transformers: Dark of the Moon"|MUBI
  84. ^ The 50 Best Animated Movies|Movies|Empire
  85. ^ 'Pam & Tammy' and the Obsession With '90s Revisionism - The Ringer
  86. ^ 10 great disaster films|BFI
  87. ^ "Pam & Tammy" is compelling viewing but leaves a bitter taste|The Economist
  88. ^ The 10 Best Movie Musicals in Cinema - High On Films
  89. ^ 10 great films about mothers|BFI
  90. ^ 'The Bling Ring' and the new American Dream - Los Angeles Times
  91. ^ Todd Haynes' quiet precision makes Carol one of the year's best films - nashvillescene.com
  92. ^ Dracula | Screen Slate
  93. ^ How Joe Dante Mastered Mainstream Meta Horror From Gremlins to Piranha|Collider
  94. ^ Everything Everywhere All At Once review: A multiverse epic|Digital Trends
  95. ^ Review: 'Everything Everywhere All at Once' offers maximalist madness - Washington Square News
  96. ^ Review: 'The Unbearable Weright of Massive Talent' - Metro Weekly
  97. ^ Five animated films that show the medium isn’t just for kids|Culture|dailynebraskan.com
  98. ^ New website Missing Movies is compiling a listing of non-streaming classics - Little White Lies
  99. ^ What films deserved to make our "best of 1999" list?|AV Club
  100. ^ A Brand New Start Of It: Scorsese's NEW YORK, NEW YORK - Birth.Movies.Death.
  101. ^ Baz Luhrman Gives Maximalism Meaning in Elvis & The Great Gatsby - Collider
  102. ^ Belle review: Mamoru Hosoda revives Beauty and the Beast for an online era - Polygon
  103. ^ What critics say about films showing this week - Cape Cod Times
  104. ^ The 50 Greatest Movie Dance Scenes of All Time - Vulture
  105. ^ ‘Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse’ Directors Discuss Their Sequel (Video Interview)|Cartoon Brew
  106. ^ Films of Endearment - Google Books (chapter:"1985: Garden")
  107. ^ How Fantasia Went From A Box Office Bomb To A Cultural Touchstone - Slash Film
  108. ^ 'Into the Spider-Verse' is a hallucinogenic web of pulpy styles - Arkansas Times
  109. ^ I Already Miss the Maximalist Movie - Vulture
  110. ^ Eye on Iñárritu: The Misguided Maximalism of 'Birdman' | - Vague Visages
  111. ^ The Overwhelming Charm of Maximalist Filmmaking - Match Cut
  112. ^ 'Moonage Daydream' is a swirling, maximalist mosaic of Bowie's alter egos|WBUR News
  113. ^ 5 things to watch this weekend - 27 to 29 May|BFI
  114. ^ Margot Robbie's Babylon is either the worst film of 2022 or the best|British GQ
  115. ^ Holiday Stuffing|Movies|Style Weekly
  116. ^ Robert Zemeckis’ Motion Capture Trilogy: The Polar Express, Beowulf, & A Christmas Carol|In Review Online
  117. ^ Artists and Models|Frank Tashlin|In Review Online
  118. ^ The Lighthouse|Robert Eggers|In Review Online
  119. ^ Shite & Sound - Metropolis (1927) & Chopping Mall (1986) on Stitcher
  120. ^ ‘Encanto’ Film Review: Disney Goes to Colombia for a Moving but Overstuffed Family Comedy-Adventure - Yahoo Life
  121. ^ The 10 Best Action Movies of 2022 - Paste
  122. ^ Damien Chazelle: 5 Films That Inspired 'Babylon'|A.frame

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