Hooray for Hollywood!
The Limerick Review (and our friends) provide a run down on Hollyood’s night of nights!
We have reviewed each film in a catchy, five-line rhyme and compiled them below. If you agree or think we’ve missed the point entirely, feel free to send us a response (preferably in a limerick of your own!). We’d love to hear from you.
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The Artist – a film without speech,
Emerges as rather a peach,
A man hating talkies,
A dog wanting walkies,
And glamorous femme show their reach.
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Clooney deserves all his credit,
Even an Oscar… I’ve said it,
An unfaithful spouse,
A near-broken house,
See this and you will not regret it.
Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close
This one, yes it’s worth a look,
Many times my emotions it shook,
Though sorry, I say,
To use a cliché,
But the film’s not as good as the book.
Midnight In Paris
Wilson is fantastically cast,
As a writer in love with the past,
Wet Paris he does herald,
Just chillin with Fitzgerald,
Good Woody is always a blast.
Tree Of Life
A snapshot of life and what’s after,
Does not produce sadness or laughter,
Just random events,
Without making sense,
However Mallick is a beautiful crafter.
If film history delights your soul too,
Bits of Hugo will really thrill you,
Kingsley’s story’s a maze,
But I can’t say who he plays,
As spoilers are really taboo.
Could have cast Matt Broderick in lead,
As it’s a romance between man and steed,
Speilberg’s most boring,
But beautiful scoring,
Cringe-worthy, like listening to Creed.