Critiquing Film, Television, and More

Quickie: Lost in Translation (2003)

Lost in Translation is, by a great deal, Sofia’s most superlatively directed film and rationally another sensation for the Coppola’s “lights, cameras, action!” family legacy. Not only is the writing off the scale but the red-hot chemistry between Bill Murray and Scarlett Johansson’s characters promotes some of the most authentically responsive and convincing moments in cinema.

I revere how the past three Sofia Coppola films have been completely contrasting from one another, molding her profile as a director with richness and diversity. Yet, I think I cherish them all equally. Strange, huh?

Verdict: B+ 

“Lost in Translation” is now available to rent and buy YouTube, Amazon Prime, iTunes, Google Play, and Vudu.

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