Summary: I loved that this was a film about women and about the almost fetishistic fascination that we can hold for the glamourous or powerful women of the past, what they owned, how they lived and the love that they inspired. It is unsurprising that Madonna would have wanted to make a film like this given what I know of her interest in other powerful female figures such as Frieda Kahlo, Edith Piaf and various silver screen icons.
Summary: I really enjoyed this film, it's beautifully shot and has a wonderful pace that allows the viewer to absorb themselves in Wally & Edwards world. It's sensitive and poetic and a celebration of love, as well as exploring the challenges that even true love poses.
Summary: A sweeping, beautiful movie with a gorgeous musical score, The twirling dance scene alone is worth watching the movie. Madonna is unfairly ripped by male critics who like dub-ass crap with half-ass comedians. Look at critic scores for male-oriented movies, vs more feminine types. The feminine types get ripped. Madonna is an artist. What she produces may not be perfect but it's beautiful.
Summary: This is what happens when you let a young celebrity grow up without being challenged.... So in order to bring some order back to the world...here's a word that should have featured heavily prior to this film getting a green light... NO NO NO NO NO NO NO No Madonna - this is not how you make a movie... No Madonna - you are not a genius... No Madonna - you are not a great director... No Madonna - Please don't give up the day job... No No NO NO no NO No So...
Summary: Like a Moving Tapestry W. E. is a delightful movie that blends two love stories, a biography and history. There were many moments when the camera work is stunning. The actors deftly bring to life a gripping story line. The beautiful costumes and lovely sets give this show a rich texture. Madonna directed this and I look forward to more works of art she directs. Wikipedia informs me she also co-wrote this so I am even more amazed.