I've had The Brothers Bloom sitting on my PVR for quite some time now. Last night I had the perfect opportunity to sit down and watch it. I never really had much desire to see it, but again, this challenge I have put upon myself is opening a lot of doors to fantastic cinema.
The Brother Bloom was a beautiful film. The director's talent for seamlessly blending the past and present eras together was phenomenal. Shot at so many lovely locations, not to mention a great looking cast. Once you get past the aesthetics of the film you're left with a pretty good con film. Not the best, but pretty darn good. I'd see it again; especially since I feel I might have missed something around the final act.