The Artist, golden age nostalgia?


The Artist: a great movie, “one of the most enjoyable movie experiences”, a masterpice of our ages… that’s what everyone is thinking especially the critics  from Golden Globes, Bafta Awards and I am sure this movie is going to win it all at The Oscars.  But all of this appreciation from the critics is based on the real thing, a true and objective point of view or is just nostalgia for the Golden Age of film,  for that beautiful movies from the beginnings?

Is this movie so good that it deserves to shut down  films like Drive, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Shame or Melancholia? Is just me or this movie has become an excuse for some old critics to show the world how “real movies” are done by recreating some old silent movie charm?


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