Grand Piano [Blu-ray]
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Grand Piano reminds me of Phone Booth with Colin Farrell (who was trapped by a sniper in a phone booth), but it is much less gritty—everyone in Grand Piano is in a tuxedo. Also, whereas Colin is not entirely innocent, Elijah is a basically a helpless victim. Can he overcome both stage fright and the sniper?
Elijah gave a great performance. Kudos to the composer who created a great score to go with the film. Also, this movie definitely had a budget—this is not a “B” movie. If you like suspense in a classy setting, without blood, guts and gore, or home video footage, you will probably like this.
Nevertheless, the production quality is great, the velocity of the story line seems to escalate as the presentation itself becomes more ambitious. And there are enough amusing tricks thrown in just in time to stop you from fatally disassembling what begs to be challenged. I actually in the end really enjoyed this and did something I rarely do for a movie at home... I sat back, listened to the music as the credits rolled out.
#1 advise? There is almost a Looney Tunes quality to this, so leave your high brow at the door & enjoy the show.
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Grand Piano is an interesting movie. It certainly won't be for everyone, since the majority of the hour and a half long film takes place on stage. Read morePublished 14 months ago by WriterGRL