• 电影名称 Maps to the Stars

  • 中文名称 星图
  •  类型  喜剧 / 戏剧
  •  国家  加拿大 / 德国 / 法国 / 美国
  •  语言  英语
  •  时长  1 hr 51 min (111 min)
  • 上映时间 12 September 2014 (China)
Written by the acerbic Bruce Wagner, it is about the cynicism of theindustry, about the actors who are motivated by vanity and themoney-minded executives who exploit them. These people's heads havebeen long removed from their shoulders, their molly-coddled lives arerun by other people as they incess...
I just returned from watching David Cronenberg's new movie 'Maps to theStars' for the second time, this is my first review on here.The movie begins with the introduction of Agatha (Mia Wasikowska). Thecamera pans down the isle of a coach, there we see a sleeping girl, youcan see on the t-shirt she i...
Probably the weirdest monster you'll come across this year, DavidCronenberg's Map to the Stars is an odd animal full of wit, charm, andpure entertainment value. Definitely not for the faint of heart, butfor those who love rich and layered characters, Cronenberg takes onHollywood with zeal and humor....
This film is a feast for Cronenberg-Fans and I loved it. Yeah,Hollywood. I worked there for a while and then I quit because I thoughtit was insane. David Cronenberg surely seems to feel the same way. This is a good story with a fluid script, beautiful filming and greatactors. Lots of industry-talk (...
Sorry to spoil the party, I watched this film last night and I cansafely say it was a load of drivel. If you enjoy watching irritating,stuck up, spoilt American characters in a film with a bad story line,then this film is for you. To cut a long story short all the characters aren't likable people, s...
Slick direction and some good acting could not save this movie. Thetalents were wasted, and so was the time spent watching it. There waslittle to like in the story line, and nothing to learn from; it wouldbe akin to watching the worst of reality TV. It started innocentlyenough with a young girl's ar...
Scarred bodies and minds are recurring elements in Cronenberg'sfilmography. Not that I care much; they do not dominate those of hisfilms that I like. Unfortunately for me, that trend persists, as Ididn't get my fix of either spooks, wows, wits or laughs from Maps tothe Stars.I felt detached all alon...
By no stretch of the imagination do I think that this is a home run.Not at all. It's very messy, and many times each storyline strains toconnect. However, there's still a sense of real fascination under itall. Messy, but also very interesting at times. If anything, the filmwould have worked more if ...
Hollywood never looks to kindly at itself when doing films about thelives of folks who make movies. But the Weiss family in Maps To TheStars are a really outstanding collection of freaks and weirdos. Meet the Weisses. Father is John Cusack who is one of those self helppromoting gurus making a fast b...
You would think that the soap operatic sentiments (incest, famousmothers, mysterious personal assistants, haughty child stars, and more)of Maps to the Stars would give it an enjoyably melodramatic edge, butinstead of being an absurdly funny Hollywood satire, it mopes alongwith writhing cynicism unti...
Honestly, a waste of a good cast, and a waste of my time.I saw this at a film festival recently, and it was the only "1" reviewI gave, out of the 41 movies I saw. Who doesn't already know thatHollywood is chock full of self obsessed tossers? It was not evenentertaining in its awfulness.Talking about...
Map to the Stars (2014) *** (out of 4) Incredibly bizarre spoof (I think) of Hollywood about Agatha Weiss (MiaWasikowska), a burned young woman who comes to Hollywood and quicklygets a job for actress Havana Segrand (Julianne Moore) who is trying towin a major role. While all of this is going on Aga...
Anyone worried that a David Cronenberg film about the inner workings ofHollywood would not be filled with copious amounts of ick, restassured. The ick abounds in "Maps to the Stars," a fascinating filmthat must be something like what watching a grisly car accident in slowmotion would feel like.Julia...
Offensive and baffling on the first go round, Cronenberg's barrage oftastelessness makes a bit more sense on the second viewing. See? Notall Canadians are nice.Cronenberg's right, though: we guzzle celebrity and mindless popculture like so much corn syrup from fast food joints. Are we really sodiffe...
If you've seen any of David Cronenberg's movies, then you should knowthat his movies contain some nasty material. "Maps to the Stars" is noexception, but this one features a different kind of nastiness.Cronenberg's previous movies showed things like mutated children,exploding heads, a man turning in...
I wouldn't say this is a masterpiece, but it's pretty impressivenonetheless and surely a whole lot better than David Cronenberg'sprevious film 'Cosmopolis'. With all the dialogues and differentcharacters, it reminded me of Robert Altman's 'Short cuts' at times,though it is not as complex. My biggest...
In Maps to the Stars, David Cronenberg is not interested in thehackneyed question of whether Hollywood makes people crazy - instead,he asks what happens if you already are. The cast of Maps is unifiednot only by their family relations and similarities, but also by theirseveral types and severities o...
In what is the second movie I see from David Cronenberg, Maps To TheStars offers us the dark side of Hollywood. Drugs, sex, scrupulousambition, you name it. Any of sort of moral ground seems to fly out thewindow, as you see damaged people that are swallowed by the system andit's vices.The movie is c...
This movie is an absolute dichotomy. Excellent cast, excellent acting,decent script, excellent director — and a failure to deliver anexcellent film. I am confused to understand what was the final goal ofthe director: 1)to show the rotten-to-the-core nature of Hollywood-L.A.life; 2) to show the ...
MAP TO THE STARS (2014) *** JULIANNE MOORE, MIA WASIKOWSKA, JOHNCUSACK, OLIVIA WILLIAMS, EVAN BIRD, ROBERT PATTINSON, (Cameo: CARRIEFISHER as herself) David Cronenberg's black eye to Hollywood and"HelL.A." via Bruce Wagner's darkly icky script about a vast assortmentof misanthropes, pretentious elit...
"Maps to the Stars" is audacious and amazingly divisive - it's likesome satirical, Greek tragedy, soap opera/sit com from hell. The filmhas brilliant acting all around, especially Julianne Moore and MiaWasikowska (last seen together in "The Kids Are Alright") and somepeople will find it masterful an...
There was nothing redeeming about this movie and that's why itultimately fails as a film. Praise where praise is due, however, the acting was exceptional. Anyfilm with Julianne Moore is almost worth watching at least once (thismight be the exception). Her role reminded me of Boogie Nights.Wasichowsk...
Review: I really didn't enjoy this movie at all. I found the storylineslow and uninteresting and the spoilt rich movie stars got on mynerves. There are quite a few story lines going on at once, whichdoesn't help the round the bend concept, and the different characterswere a strange mix which didn't ...
Maps To The Stars may be a bit weird for the mainstream viewer, butlooking into this star studded film really is eye opening to thearrogance and behaviors of the Hollywood famous. Whilst it's notsomething new to showcase Hollywood stars behind the scenes or in theirtrue colors, David Cronenburge rea...
Hollywood seems to love exaggerating its image. Director DavidCronenberg provides a bit morbid, low-key creepy look at Tinseltown.Bruce Wagner writes of a dysfunctional Hollywood family. Typical?Matter of opinion. Havana Segrand(Julianne Moore)is an aging actressthat still believes she rides the rim...
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