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Jackson Pollock - The RAMONES of the Art world
A great period piece, with attention to detail. Watch how some young, weird, thin guy learns to throw paint around and end up some fat, old, weird American genius. It helps if you are very interested in these sorts of people. This would be an excellent film, but Mr. Pollock's life was pretty dull. If there was more intrigue and celebrities and serious substance abuse (apart from lead poisoning and paint fumes)then we'd have a real gas here. And you gotta love it when something revolutionary is dicovered...by accident/stupidity. 4 out of 5. Call me nuts, but I think Marcia Gay Harden was hot in this movie.
Incredibly inspiring !!!!!
Ed Harris does a wonderful, touching portrait of Pollock ! Mr Harris made an appearance on The Actors Institute show with Lipton and was asked about doing the role of Pollack, it was revealed that was Eds' mother was an artist which was a very emotional moment on the show. The scene in the film where Pollack dribbles the paint, is so strong. Sad ending for a totally original artist.
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It's an fascinating, illuminating look at the life of one modern artist.
I bought this movie to show to my students at the Community College that I teach at. I teach Art Appreciation, which is a more "fun" version of art history for non-art majors. We watch one movie in class and so far, this is my favorite one to show. The cinematography is very Hollywood; it's not a boring documentary-style flick. The actors are very convincing and really give a personality to the art that my students otherwise treat dismissively because of the difficult aesthetic. It is moving and captivating and really makes you feel as if you were involved with the difficult life of Jackson Pollock.
One of the best movies about the art world in NYC.
Excellent movie about a tormented artist; well acted and good location shots of NYC and Long Island.
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They could not have picked any better actors for the lead rolls (Ed Harris & Marsha Gay Hardy) They were fabulous, and looked so much like the real people that it was amazing. The film was well directed, and very authentic in every way. We loved it, and have watched it over and over, loving it more each time. Art Movie Lovers in the Midwest Carolyn K. Petersen Kenneth N. Hopkins.