More Damien Chazelle after ‘Babylon’: What platforms can we watch his movies on?

More Damien Chazelle after ‘Babylon’: What platforms can we watch his movies on?

Director Damien Chazelle premieres this weekend Babylon on the Spanish billboard. Set in 1920s Los Angeles, the film stars Margot Robbie, Brad Pitt, Olivia Wilde and Tobey Maguire. Despite the interesting premise, however, the critics have not unanimously responded to the filmmaker’s latest proposal. Used to praise since the early age of 24 while driving Guy and Madeline on a park benchFor the first time, the boy’s view of providence experiences a highly polarized evaluation. Some see it as a masterpiece, others believe it is the disastrous reflection of the box office numbers. Lucky for her sanity, Chazelle agrees with such a drastic range of opinions, but since we don’t want audiences to get just that last, bittersweet feeling, we tell you where to find the best films from her short but critically acclaimed filmography:

‘Wiplash’ (2014)

Damien Chazelle on the set of La La Land

As we have already indicated, wipe It was not his first job. It was, of course, the first with a cast and record label (Blumhouse Productions) that allowed him to showcase his talent as a filmmaker. Chazelle wrote and directed this proposal for an independent film, which already conveyed some of the director’s deep-rooted love of music. Won 3 Oscars, thanks to exceptional editing and sound. But while both categories were deserved, the big picture of this story is the search for the genius JK Simmons, who also won the gold statuette.

Where can we find it: Netflix.

‘La La Land’ (2016)


Yes wipe It was the beginning of a roller coaster ride to the top, la la land He has perfectly staged the dizziness and tingling in his stomach at the highest point of the attraction. Oscar controversy aside, the modern musical only makes sense if you say so the city of the stars Example. The chemistry between Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone extends beyond the screen and their soundtrack is still in the hearts of fans 7 years later.

Where can we find it: Amazon Prime Video, HBO Max and Movistar+.

‘First Man’ (2018)


Notwithstanding Babylon Be the work that really turned on the critics with the Neil Armstrong biopic. There was already restraint on the part of the specialized press, which found the story of the moon landing uninteresting. Again, Chazelle showed Gosling even though he wasn’t involved in adapting the script.

Where can we find it: Movi Star+.

Babylon The film has been shown in Spanish cinemas since last Friday the 20th.

Source: La Neta Neta