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Title: Cruella
Genre : Comedy, Crime
Release : 2021-05-26
Runtime : 134 Minutes.
Budget : $200,000,000
Castname : Emma Stone, Emma Thompson, Joel Fry, Paul Walter Hauser, Mark Strong, Tipper Seifert-Cleveland, Kirby
Howell-Baptiste, Emily Beecham, John McCrea, Kayvan Novak
Company : Walt Disney Pictures
In 1970s London amidst the punk rock revolution, a young grifter named Estella is determined to make a name for herself
with her designs. She befriends a pair of young thieves who appreciate her appetite for mischief, and together they are able
to build a life for themselves on the London streets. One day, Estella’s flair for fashion catches the eye of the Baroness von
Hellman, a fashion legend who is devastatingly chic and terrifyingly haute. But their relationship sets in motion a course of
events and revelations that will cause Estella to embrace her wicked side and become the raucous, fashionable and revengebent Cruella..
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franchise is one of those Disney properties that is always broadcasted across all main television networks during holidays in
my country, usually during Christmas. The live-action films of 1996 and 2000 are stored somewhere in my memory, even
though I never really sat down and watched the movies all by myself. Cruella might just be another live-action film from the
Mickey Mouse studio, but it's far from being yet another remake, much on the contrary. Just like the vast majority of the
company's villains, Cruella de Vil (portrayed by Glenn Close in the previous installments) was even worse than the generic
antagonist with cliche motivations that eventually every studio used and reused to exhaustion. Besides Cruella's greedy
necessities, purely evil personality, and extreme vanity, this wicked character was driven by something completely
unthinkable: skinning short-haired puppies to have more success in the fashion industry due to their soft fur. Anyone with a
conscience knows that Disney would never bring this character back to the big screen in 2021 without making some
changes, especially regarding this motivation in particular. How would a movie with a dog-killing protagonist at its front and
center be remotely successful? Obviously, this hardcore motif no longer belongs to Emma Stone's Cruella's defining
character traits, which might be a no-no for those viewers who are more protective of the original material, as if times and
culture didn't change from decade to decade. Since the start of Disney's live-action remakes campaign, audiences have been
divided about how to feel and what to expect from these films. Some wish for a copy-paste version of the same story, while
others desire a completely different take on the well-known narrative. However, the best experience - and the primary goal
of these movies - is a mix of both: a version that keeps the essence and the message of the original while bringing something
new and different to the table to justify its existence. Cruella isn't a remake but an origin(al) story based on a classic villain...
And it's undoubtedly one of the best films I've seen this year until this day! I didn't expect to write an extensive review, but
with so much to address, I know my thoughts will take a while to transcribe to this article. Let me start with some easy
elements that everyone can see and enjoy without having to go into "deep analysis mode". The costume design is
indisputably the technical standout. The colorfully stunning dresses steal the show visually, but it's how it differentiates
Estella and Cruella that Jenny Beavan shines in her job. Just from what Stone wears, the viewers can easily decipher what
character she's playing. The differences between the glamorous, rich people that the Baroness surrounds herself with and the
dirty, poor friends Estella meets at the beginning of the movie - Jasper (Joel Fry) and Horace (Paul Walter Hauser) - is also
accentuated through their wardrobes. The extravagant parties are packed with Oscar-worthy costumes, but also with
beautiful makeup & hair (Nadia Stacey) and absolutely ravishing production design (Fiona Crombie). Nicholas Britell's
score carries little references to the music of the other installments, as does the film itself. Craig Gillespie doesn't hide the
Easter Eggs spread throughout the runtime, of which some will definitely please the most avid fans. Technically, it's as
gorgeous as one came to expect from the studio, but not everything is as impressive as the aspects above. In a movie where
even the black-and-white hair and clothes of Cruella pop off the screen, the CGI backgrounds and animals are way too
noticeable for the studio that just made a hyper-realistic remake of The Lion King. CGI dogs are employed during most of
the runtime, which is not only understandable but also commendable. Animal violence in filmmaking is a serious topic that
fortunately was solved long ago. However, the VFX don't look good enough, causing the dogs - mainly the Dalmatians - to
be an unintended distraction. In addition to this, a specific outdoor location that's quite important to the story is surrounded
by an awfully dark, fake background that just feels way too off. Finally, the ending boasts a ridiculous sequence made with
terrible CGI that will definitely leave the more "logic-driven" viewers stunned with disappointment. I consider this a nitpick,
especially since it's not a film without silliness. In fact, Cruella's success partially rests on Gillespie's tone balance. Jasper
and Horace become the comic-relief characters, starring in the absurd action sequences that occur at parties and other places
they decide to steal from. Now, some people might expect that since the other movies are defined by their irrational fun.
However, Dana Fox and Tony McNamara's screenplay carries undeniable similarities to The Devil Wears Prada and the
most recent Joker. Estella's life story is far from being a happy tale, and Cruella's rise even less. Overall, the balance
between the silly comedy and the more dramatic, depressing, traumatic storyline is mostly well-handled, but there are a few
moments where Gillespie lets it too loose, especially in the over-Disney-ish last fifteen minutes. So, let's address the two
protagonists: Estella and Cruella. The comparisons with Joaquin Phoenix's take on Arthur Fleck / Joker are impossible to
unsee. From the upbringing filled with bullying and family tragedy to the final transformation, Emma Stone's character
follows a similar arc, but with clear differences concerning the solution for her problems. Estella dreams of being a fashion
designer and idolizes the self-centered, self-indulgent Baroness, which takes her down a learning path of how to be
successful in the business. The Baroness' despicable treatment of Estella brings the ruthless Cruella gradually back to life,
eventually stealing the spotlight from the lovely little Estella who just wanted to do what she loved for a living... without
having to carry on extreme measures. An unexpected, clever twist pretty much completes the protagonist's transformation,
which genuinely caught me by surprise. I admit that I didn't have high hopes for this origin story. Nevertheless, the wellwritten screenplay deeply explores a previously hollow villain, offering her a touching backstory and comprehensible
motivations. While it's true that she possesses dozens of identical characteristics to the infamous Baroness, Cruella never
truly becomes 100% that person. Honestly, I wouldn't mind seeing a sequel, but I don't think there's room for another film
that wouldn't hurt the one we just got. So, there's just one more aspect to delve into: the cast's performances. Joel Fry and
Paul Walter Hauser are truly hilarious as the famous duo of thieves. Both share a compelling connection to Estella, one that I
believe deserved a better conclusion. They become a family, living and stealing throughout their lives, but when Estella
starts giving Cruella some screentime, a few issues arise within the trio. These problems are indeed approached and solved,
but in a less dramatic manner than I hoped for. Fry is excellent as the more competent, rational Jasper, but Hauser never
stops being extremely funny. The before-mentioned balance is rarely affected by the characters' comedic banter, which is
something the actors also deserve credit for. Emma Thompson delivers one of my favorite performances of her recent
filmography, interpreting the Baroness von Hellman. How can you make an extremely over-the-top character feel cartoonish
yet strangely real? Someone who clearly feels like an exaggeration of a stereotype but still resembles dozens of people from
the real world? Thompson takes her role, and the only reason why she doesn't steal the spotlight from everyone else is
because the other Emma rises to the challenge of portraying such a classic villain. With obvious references to Miranda
Priestly from The Devil Wears Prada, Thompson is able to be amusing and vile in the same scene, making every second with
her on screen feel incredibly captivating. Nevertheless, Emma Stone manages to stay a level above everyone else. I firmly
believe that she's one of the best actresses of her generation. Carrying one of the most expressive faces in Hollywood, Stone
was born to play a protagonist with two personalities. Without looking at the screen, any viewer will be able to know if she's
talking as Estella or Cruella. Not only she changes the tone of her voice depending on the character, but the mannerisms
alter as well. It would be a massive surprise if such an early Disney performance got an Oscar nomination, so her chances
are obviously thin. However, if there was an award for Best Monologue, Stone would be a strong contender. I don't recall
how many minutes it really is, but I can't forget that long, uncut take with Stone at the center of the screen with nothing but
her acting the hell out of an emotionally impactful monologue. Switching between Estella and Cruella in the span of
milliseconds, her micro-expressions elevate a heartfelt, character-defining speech that will undoubtedly mark this year of
cinema. Stone gives not one but two impressive, attention-grabbing performances that will satisfy most viewers looking for
a Cruella they can understand and even root for. Cruella is not only one of 2021's biggest surprises, but it's also one of the
best movies of the year so far. Despite the occasional lack of balance between the silly comedy and the dramatic narrative,
Craig Gillespie offers an incredibly captivating origin(al) story about one of Disney's classic villains. Dana Fox and Tony
McNamara's remarkable screenplay profoundly explores the Estella-Cruella transformation, giving her non-dog-killing,
emotionally compelling motivations, a traumatic, depressing past, and an unexpected twist that will probably catch most
viewers off-guard. With one of her best performances ever, Emma Stone delivers an award-worthy display, interpreting two
personalities in impressive fashion, stealing the spotlight from the other outstanding interpretations. Technically, the
distracting CGI in animals and some noticeable green-screen don't overcome the predictably Oscar-winning, stunning
costume design, as well as the gorgeous makeup & hair, wonderful production design, and sweet score packed with
excellent song choices. A character study that makes this one of Disney's best live-action films in the last couple of decades.
Rating: A-
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