First reviews of Christian Bale’s new Netflix horror movie Pale blue eye They exist – and it’s fair to say that opinions are mixed.
Based on Louis Bayard’s 2003 novel of the same name, the film follows veteran detective Augustus Landor (Bell) as he looks into a series of gruesome murders. Landor is aided by young US Military Academy cadet Edgar Allan Poe (Harry Melling), who later becomes a world-famous author.
Star-studded film crew also contain sex educationGillian Anderson, Harry Potter Franchise stars Toby Jones and Timothy Spall, bohemian rhapsodylucy boynton, I’m thinking of ending thingsHadley Robinson W End of the world now Actor Robert Duvall.
Below is a selection of comments for Pale blue eye so far:
“the Pale blue eye He wants to enter the darkness of the nineteenth century, but he is stiflingly gloomy and silent.
“A drama with good, idiosyncratic qualities rather than a really exciting drama.”
“A handsome murder mystery with an elegant literary touch and an impressive turn from Harry Melling, but overshadowed by the protagonist’s gloom and the implausibility of his discoveries.”
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“Pale blue eye It may be too cold to let the full potential of its premise melt away, but this well-furnished Netflix spot still has some fun tapping into the wittier side of the Louis Bayard novel from which it was adapted.”
“The best film ever made about Edgar Allan Poe solving the mysteries of Edgar Allan Poe.”
An intense slow burn of a movie that never catches fire – even when a crime scene catches fire – a Netflix period procedural Pale blue eye It has the curiosity factor of being a murder mystery that doubles as an Edgar Allan Poe origin story.”
Pale blue eye It will now be shown in select cinemas and will be available to stream on Netflix from January 6, 2023.
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