Babylon (16/27)

With Babylon, an over-the-top tale of vintage Hollywood and the shift from silent films to talkies, Damien Chazelle has created an orgy—each literal and metaphorical—of madness that can not help however remind of the wild adventures of The Wolf of Wall Street and Boogie Nights. Chazelle’s 3-hours-and-change epic is often ridiculous, manic, and constantly heightened in a way that sincerely isn’t always duration-accurate. This mayhem is enough to make Babylon work, however Chazelle has stuffed this tale with characters that display the fragility of existence inside the spotlight, and the way effortlessly it is for people to move ahead and depart sure stars behind. Yet Chazelle’s absurdist take in this essential duration in film history is less approximately the information and greater approximately going alongside for this journey, extra to the acute that leads to one of the satisfactory and most singular reports in movie all yr.

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