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Although the dramatic challenges posed by the character of narrator Nick Carraway remain problematic, the cast is first-rate, the ambiance and story provide a measure of intoxication and, most importantly, the core thematic concerns pertaining to the American dream, self-reinvention and love lost, regained and lost again are tenaciously addressed. The Great Gatsby is not a terrible film; indeed, it's a surprisingly affecting one. I'm one of those who thought Moulin Rouge was silly and overrated.
As for his indigestible Australia from 2008, well, at least the continent itself survived.
In the following quote, the narrator describes Jay Gatsby’s origins.
"The truth was that Jay Gatsby of West Egg, Long Island, sprang from his Platonic conception of himself.
The Wrap offers its occasional breathless moments, when we can't quite believe that Luhrmann and his talented crew are going to turn this novel into a soaring, candy-coloured phantasmagoria, but once his agenda of swooping camera movements and gleaming roadsters and anachronistic music takes full hold, there's nothing left to fall back on — not even Fitzgerald's prose, much of it quoted directly throughout, is enough to keep this adaptation from feeling like a stunningly expensive advertisement for the Brooks Brothers collection of "Gatsby"-inspired duds.
Ginevea is said to be the inspiration for a few other characters in Fitzgerald’s novels.
Daisy is sophisticated but cynical, and disturbed about Tom's infidelity. Jordan mentions to Nick that she knows Gatsby, raising Daisy's interest momentarily, but the conversation is diverted.
Man’s bloated and over zealous depiction of himself sets him up for failure from the start when the man lying behind the depiction is deflated and apathetic.Jordan is very glamorous and is captivated by the great gatsby.We have been waiting for what seems like an inordinately long time for Baz Luhrmann's film adaptation of F Scott Fitzgerald's greatest novel starring Leonardo Di Caprio and Carey Mulligan. But surprisingly, for a film which would not seem to benefit in an obvious way from the 3D treatment, most reviewers agree it is affecting.It hits our screens this Friday and some of the preliminary reviews are in. The Hollywood Reporter This enormous production begins by being over-the-top and moves on from there.
But, given the immoderate lifestyle of the title character, this approach is not exactly inappropriate, even if it is at sharp odds with the refined nature of the author's prose.Overall Impression: This is a great American tragedy. 30 y/o, a poor bonds trader from the Midwest, graduated Yale 1915, served in WWI, living on West Egg on Long Island (which borders Long Island Sound) beginning in 1922. 6/7/1922 with his second cousin once removed Daisy Fay Buchanan and her husband Tom Buchanan (a wealthy polo player and "brute of a man" with a "cruel body") & Miss Jordan Baker (a sportswoman and golfer from Louisville).