So it was a few weeks ago, a hot 100+ day in the city, and to cool of we run over to the Angelika and go into whatever show is next. It happened to be "Goya's Ghost". I didn't know a thing about it. I walked by the poster and saw that it was a Milos Forman film and thought it would be good and worth while. WRONG. This is one of the most miserable movies ever. So depressing it could put you in the Suicide Watch Ward at Bellevue. Instead of Ever watching this film, I'll make some suggestions:
If you want to watch a Milos Forman film then give "Valmont" shot.
You know Javier Bardem is a power house, go back and see him in his native tongue in "Live Flesh".
Natalie Portman didn't do the "Lolita" movie but played the role anyways in "Beautiful Girls".
Stellan Skarsgård in "Insomnia" is 100% better than Pacino in the remake.