Baz Luhrmann's "Elvis": A Plenty of Fakin' On
Despite a dazzling lead actor however, the Elvis biopic isn't able to be distinguished from its sloppy poor, unorganized portrayal of the iconic rock star.
Elvis Presley has left the room But not the screen.
The swiveling hipsand the lubricated lips , and the voice that sounded as if
it came from the mouth of a grit-filled grin return in a baffling, endless biopic that is over-produced produced by the unprofessional
Australian director Baz Luhrmann dubbed Elvis. It's an incredible collage of images and emotions however it's not a film.
But despite the multitude of irritating flaws, I have to say that it's also sometimes a soaring exuberance.
Today's audience is awash with entertainment. is the most important thing that's why
the Elvis character
has plenty of it in his role as the titular character,
performed by a sparkling and dazzling package of explosive power who is named Austin Butler.
Forgive me for being ignorant I've not seen or heard of Austin Butler, who dominates nearly every frame of the film in the main character.