Thursday, May 7, 2009

Los Angeles Times Reviews Little Ashes

The most familiar face in the film will likely be Robert Pattinson, better known as the lean pale vampire whose flights through the midnight world of "Twilight" have set teenage hearts everywhere beating faster. He is the strange, shy Dalí who turns up looking like he's from an earlier era, all ruffles and velvet. Dalí is a quick study though, and a few rips here and there and he's fashioned himself into something both modern and unique, a trick that fails Pattinson, who is more parody than performance. Dalí's love affair with Surrealism has already begun, and he's talented enough and vulnerable enough to catch Buñuel's eye.

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