Jackie: third wave of reactions

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After Venice and Toronto, New York is the third major festival where the movie has been premiered … and it has caused a third wave of reactions as positive as before


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More Jackie Tidbits

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  Jackie, after passing through Venice and Toronto, continues to receive rave reviews (it has 95/100 on Metacritic and Rotten Tomatoes right now). Many specialized media include the film as…

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Jackie Film Review

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Hey everyone. It’s been a while since I’ve written for this site. I attended both Jackie and Planetarium at the Toronto International Film Festival, and I am going to review both of these releases. First, here’s Jackie!


When Billy Crudup’s journalist character asks Jackie Onassis what it sounded like when the bullet went through her late husband’s head, you know you’re getting a grizzly depiction of how the John F. Kennedy assassination went down. Jackie is co-produced by Darren Aronofsky, who was originally slated to direct this film and have his ex parter Rachel Weisz star as the titular former First Lady. Aronofsky and Weisz abandoned their posts, but the former stayed with the project while Chilean director Pablo Larrain got put in charge. Aronofsky’s dismal filmmaking definitely can be felt here, as Larrain’s perception of the tragic event is almost unsettlingly real. Natalie Portman, also an Aronofsky affiliate, was selected for the main role, and the rest is history.

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Jackie TIFF Premiere: second wave of reactions

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Just celebrated the premiere of Jackie in Toronto, and a new wave of amazing reactions is taking place:


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Planetarium: first clips and reviews

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  If yesterday was the "Jackie day" in Venice, today Natalie premieres Planetarium at the festival, out of competition. -First of all, The Playlist has some beautifuls photos and two…

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Jackie: first clip & reviews

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  Finally here we have the first clip of the film... Enjoy: In addition, the first written reviews are emerging slowly, and follow the same vein as the first twitter…

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Jackie: First Impressions

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  The first press screening of Jackie finished half an hour ago ... and the first reactions could not be better: Soon we will see the first written reviews, but…

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ATOLAD USA release tidbits

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This has been an intense week in terms of news and public appearances in Natland… but here are a few more, as Tidbits 🙂


Earlier this week, new reviews of the film came out, and although it continued the lukewarm tone of last year, recent days have appeared some good ones that have made the movie percentage has risen in sites like Metacritic and Rotten. Here are some of the most positives:

-LA Times:

“Natalie Portman makes her directorial debut with the touching Israeli memoir A Tale of Love and Darkness”

-Slant Magazine:

“Like Jerusalem itself, A Tale of Love and Darkness is a multilayered tapestry of Jewish history, where the past and the present coexist in both material and psychological term”

-The New York Times:

“From Natalie Portman, Israel’s Birth Distilled in Mood and Memory”


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