Summary - The Aviator (2004)
Whenever an aircraft passes through from one end to the other the country he ran near the stratosphere, you need these innovations to one man: Howard Hughes. In the heart of the artistic and technological revolutions, Mr Hughes has quickly become one of the most important men of his time. Its investment body, soul and Bank deemed unfeasible projects in account, see even impossible. His story was perhaps predestined to be brought to the big screen as Hughes still evokes the American dream of wealth, power and success. Does is this not the essence of Hollywood?
After several years of sweat, Chistopher Nolan and Michael Mann pulled out of the race to the adaptation of the life of this American playboy. The project eventually leads through actor-producer Leonardo Dicaprio, in the hands of Martin Scorsese. After a rather disputed with Gangs of New York, many were waiting for the resurrection of the filmmaker. No one would have hoped a return to such a force. His latest film, representing the historical epic that he had always dreamed of was severely destroyed by a bad word of mouth. Always wishing to touch the film by an epic work, he seems to have found in The Aviator this size much-sought in its non – project results of Alexandre le Grand.
It is difficult to embody that already existed, someone who was an icon in American culture. Leonardo Dicaprio, who plays Howard Hughes, is more the first time. After having portrayed Louis XIV, Rimbaud and Frank Abagnale, it seems that the actor is now at the top of his art, quite comfortable with this challenge by impersonating a man larger than life. It offers in The Aviator performance of his career. At once seductive and paranoid arrogant, Dicaprio conjures up the image of the young Orson Welles in Citizen Kane and verifies that it is the successor of De Niro and Marlon Brando. Even charisma, intensity and especially same talent. Every move is calculated, each intonation controlled and this up to the finale and its final seconds, where even the breathing of the character is important. Although each actor is remarkably good, it is to note the striking performance of Cate Blanchett, which embodies staggering way actress Katherine Hepburn. One that some were discovered in Elizabeth or the trilogy of The Lord of the Rings back in the guise of his character. Dicaprio-Blanchett tandem find not equal this year that formed by Jim Carrey and Kate Winslet in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.
John Logan, young writer in the field, succeeds with The Aviator a scenario extremely rich and touching, the type of film that Scorsese seems to have searched for since at least Goodfellas and Casino. II should be mention that it benefited from the invaluable assistance of many favorite writers of Scorsese as Paul Schrader (Taxi Driver) to better understand the purpose of the film. Even if the movie is more fluid than Gangs of New York, it remains no less a bit heavy in content and it may be this somewhat slow pace that prevents The Aviator to become the masterpiece it would have to be. Nevertheless, The Aviator ensures scriptwriting traps of Gangs Of New York, explaining that it was more memorable, more serious and that its messages are most obvious. Logan uses different themes depending on the time, from the superficiality of Hollywood during the roaring twenties to the corruption of the Government and a critique of the American economy to illustrate the postwar. The scenario also quietly juts out into a paranoid madness which eventually to capture the Viewer. The Aviator is perhaps slow, but there is never any length. Every moment is justified.
Finally, The Aviator is not a good movie, it is admirable. Under the meticulous and majestic of Scorsese and Dicaprio’s impressive performance Director, The Aviator is definitely an instant classic and best film from Scorsese since Raging Bull. His achievement was rarely as vigorous.
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