This Robert Pattiinson vehicle drives at a hectic pace swerving in and out of danger as a bank heist falters and a trail of destruction follows.
A chilling fable about the rise of fascism or a nicely designed and acted set of cinematic references laying on top of a cliché? I go with the latter.
I have to start by admitting that I am one of the late James Dean’s most ardent fans. I not only have a photograph of him on my wall at home but my young computer guru is called…JAMES DEAN!
LIFE tells the story of photographer Dennis Stock (Robert Pattinson) who convinced a rebellious young actor on the cusp of stardom, James Dean (Dane DeHaan) to allow him to shoot him for LIFE Magazine. The men take a trip from LA to Dean’s hometown of Fairmont, Indiana, via Times Square, New York so that Stock could, in his words, capture Dean in all the environments that had “affected and shaped the unique character “. While Stock...