October, 03rd 2016
It's Only the End of the World album description:The film’s limited roll in cinemas starts September 21, 2016. It is of those films that please the drama-lovers only. The plot is primitive, but it allows the tension to grow: a terminally ill person comes to his family after 12 years of absence. He barely knows them & has nothing in common except blood, which he’d rather didn’t have too. The presence of such masters of their métier as Vincent Cassel and Marion Cotillard doesn’t suppose to have bad storytelling. In fact, this movie has become the official winner in Cannes 2016 in one category, and a director even said on this occasion – ‘I prefer the madness of the emotions to the wisdom of indifference’. Nevertheless, the most part of viewers & critics gave it mixed reviews, even below the ones, which are assigned on Golden Raspberry every year – it holds for now 39% of approval rate. This is a very low indicator.
As for the soundtrack – it is not extensive. Even more – such short list is rarely found. Moby is the biggest star of these half-dozen items. Two of other participants have French texts in their lyrics: Camille and Exotica. Other names aren’t too big also, like Grimes – the Canadian young singer. But in the most cases, clips to the songs are rather interesting. Basically, every song’s clip is exciting, with the most ones I Miss You by Blink-182 and Genesis. By the way, lyrics of ‘Home Is Where It Hurts’ has interesting concept – that your house is actually a pain place, not salvation shelter. It is true only for this movie with aggravating tension throughout the evolving and for those poor fellows, who aren’t confident in their own lives and can’t do anything right.
So, if to spend an hour and a half on this French drama with nothing drolly, then you must be prepared for a cheap psychology, not a deep sophistication, as it may seem.
A-Z Lyrics Universe
Classic Disney Part Of Your World
Classic Disney Colors Of The Wind
Classic Disney Kiss The Girl
Classic Disney I'll Make a Man Out of You
Mulan We're All in This Together
High School Musical Somewhere Over The Rainbow
The Wizard Of Oz Pure Imagination
Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory Still Hurting
The Last 5 Years Almost There
Princess and the Frog