‘The Fabelmans’: Steven Spielberg biopic opens with 86% approval rating on RT; Check out the reviews!
‘The Fabelman’autocinebiography directed and written by Steven Spielbergwas shown at the last Toronto Film Festival – and the first critics are already tearing up praise for the production.
On Rotten Tomatoes, the work opened with 86% approvalwith note 9.80/10 based on 7 reviews until the moment. As the count is still low, it is very likely that the percentage will change in the coming days.
Check out the main comments:
“Spielberg is a born storyteller, and these are without a doubt his most treasured stories” – Variety.
“[John] Williams it’s incredibly big here. [Paul] Damage looks great” – Deadline.
“One of Spielberg’s most adorable and funniest movies” – Slashfilm.
“Steven Spielberg reveals another cinematic masterpiece” – Solzy at the Movies.
“[…] with ‘The Fabelman’, [Spielberg] finally shows us who he is, the good and the bad, the pain and the joy, the magic and the chaos” – Collider.
Remembering that the feature hits international cinemas on November 11th.
The cast is made up of Sam Rechnerwho will play a younger Spielberg classmate; Julia Butterswho will be one of the director’s sisters; Seth Rogen as the director’s favorite uncle; and Michelle Williamswho will be a figurative version of her mother.
the legendary filmmaker David Lynch will also appear in the feature film.
Jeannie Berlin, Hadassah Fabelman, Robin Bartlett, Keeley Karsten and others complete the cast.
The production of Amblin Entertainment marks the first time Spielberg has been a screenwriter since ‘AI – Artificial Intelligence’ (2001).
The filmmaker assumes the role in partnership with Tony Kushnerwho collaborated with him writing the screenplay for the biopic ‘Lincoln‘ (2012).
Both will also act as producers along with Kristie Macosko Krieger.
John Williamsknown for his work on works such as ‘Star Wars’ and ‘Harry Potter’will be responsible for the track (one of its last ones next to ‘Indiana Jones 5’ before retiring).
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