Why The Fabelmans should win the best picture Oscar
Steven Spielberg’s autobiographical ode to film-making is expertly assembled, shrewdly scripted and full of feeling. It deserves a golden statue Steven Spielberg made The Fabelmans when he thought the world would end. It was the start of 2020 and the director suspected Covid-19 meant humankind’s final curtain (it may yet be, of course). “I was terrified this was an end-of-days, extinction-level event,” he said. Little concentrates the mind like imminent apocalypse. So he came to a decision: “If I got the chance to make one more movie, it was going to be this story.” Continue reading...
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