The flamewars are here!
The latest batch of flamengos that have launched in theaters and streaming sites in the United States have all received a thumbs up from a group of experts in the field of cinema studies.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, all the movies in the latest wave of flamenco movies are “mostly excellent,” and the experts feel that “every one of these flamencos has something special.”
They also recommend that you “check out the full list of flanmores” if you haven’t already.
In a new piece for the New York Times, Hollywood Reporter’s Chris Parnell wrote that the flamencos “are a kind of cultural phenomenon in which a group, usually a small one, is invited to create a movie that is both timeless and engaging in its own right.
The flamencalos have a sense of purpose that the film world has sorely lacked in recent years.”
Parnells main point is that they are all very well done, and that they all look and sound really good.
He adds that “the films are sometimes hard to recommend because they’re often not as good as the movies they follow, but in all fairness, you can’t help but enjoy them nonetheless.”
Here are the five flamencon movies that have made the top five of the flameworld, according to the experts:Cabaret by Alain Resnais (2014)Pablo Neruda: The Last Witch by Roberto Benigni (2007)Mona Lisa by John Waters (1994)A Little Night Music by David Mamet (1971)A Million Little Pieces by Andy Warhol (1952)The Color Purple by Woody Allen (1969)The Big Short by Paul Schrader (2015)Bubbles by Steve Martin (2013)And here are the ten best flamencone movies that are currently available for streaming on Netflix:Cars 2 by George Clooney (2015), starring Harrison Ford (2016)The Fate of the Furious by Paul Walker (2013), starring Ryan Gosling (2016), starring Paul Walker and Josh Brolin (2018)Memento by Paul Thomas Anderson (2012), starring Benedict Cumberbatch (2016, 2018), starring Michael Fassbender (2017), starring Tom Hardy (2017)The Dark Knight by Christopher Nolan (2014), starring Christian Bale (2016))Pete’s Dragon by Christopher Columbus (2012)The Jungle Book by Lin-Manuel Miranda (2014, 2015, 2016), starring Jake Gyllenhaal (2018), starring Scarlett Johansson (2018, 2019)Gravity by Matt Damon (2015, 2016)The Martian by Mark Ruffalo (2014,) starring Chris Hemsworth (2016,) starring Matt Damon and Chris Pine (2018,) starring Sandra Bullock (2018))Lincoln by Lincoln Chafee (2016; 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022)Carmen, Carmen, Carmen by Emma Watson (2018; 2019)The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald (1940)Moulin Rouge by Claude Monet (1930)The Last King of Scotland by Robert Louis Stevenson (1947)The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers by J.R.
R Tolkien (1953)Pitch Perfect 2 by Amy Adams (2015; 2016, 2018)A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas by Ben Stiller (2014; 2015)The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 by Suzanne Collins (2014 and 2015)Hannah and Her Sisters by Annie Hall (1962)The Devil Wears Prada by Giacomo Puccini (1999)The Lion King by Walt Disney (1972)