Blonde (2022) 1080p YIFY Movie

Blonde (2022) 1080p

From director Andrew Dominik, and based on the bestselling novel by Joyce Carol Oates, 'Blonde' boldly reimagines the life of one of Hollywood's most enduring icons, Marilyn Monroe. From her volatile childhood as Norma Jeane, through her rise to stardom and romantic entanglements, 'Blonde' blurs the lines of fact and fiction to explore the widening split between her public and private selves.

IMDB: 634 Likes

  • Genre: Biography | Drama
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 3.09G
  • Resolution: 1440*1080 / 24 fpsfps
  • Language: English 5.1  
  • Run Time: 166
  • IMDB Rating: 6/10 
  • MPR: NC-17
  • Peers/Seeds: 1 / 13

The Synopsis for Blonde (2022) 1080p

From director Andrew Dominik, and based on the bestselling novel by Joyce Carol Oates, 'Blonde' boldly reimagines the life of one of Hollywood's most enduring icons, Marilyn Monroe. From her volatile childhood as Norma Jeane, through her rise to stardom and romantic entanglements, 'Blonde' blurs the lines of fact and fiction to explore the widening split between her public and private selves.


The Director and Players for Blonde (2022) 1080p

[Director]Andrew Dominik
[Role:]Lily Fisher
[Role:]Julianne Nicholson
[Role:]Ana de Armas


The Reviews for Blonde (2022) 1080p


A Parade of MiseryReviewed byjisforjoeVote: 3/10

There's a moment in the opening wildfire scene where Norma Jean's mother expels a sigh that's equal parts anger and exasperation. Who knew that sigh would become my mantra for the rest of this travesty's runtime? "Blonde" is a cinematic snuff film: sadistic and exploitative in how it revels in Marilyn Monroe's pain. The way director Andrew Dominik indulges in her misery is nauseating.

Jumping from one traumatic fever dream to the next, this joyless film reduces a cultural icon into a punching bag for the parade of leeches, con-men, charlatans, abusers, and vultures in her life, culminating with "Blonde's" director himself. Everyone's queued up to extract their pound of flesh from Marilyn Monroe's legacy in this sick sideshow, both in-camera and behind it.

I've never hate-Googled a DP until now, but holy cow: Chayse Irvin's cinematography is self-indulgent, pompous trend-chasing with zero rhyme or reason. It's three hours of "herp derp I bet this will look dope."

Arbitrary transitions from color to black-and-white; aspect ratio swaps for no cohesive or thematic reason; and "trendy" camera set-ups (I audibly scoffed at the random chest GoPro angle for Bobby Cannavale in one scene) are but a small taste of the incoherent parlor tricks thrown your way over the course of Blonde's nearly three hours.

As if there aren't enough sins to go around, the sloppy, unbalanced sound design comes in as if to say, "hold my beer." There's jarring jumps in volume when Norma Jean's mom screams at her, or when certain sound effects or score elements come in and out. It almost feels like they thought the project was a horror movie that needed jump scares baked in. We must also reserve a special lashing for whoever thought FETUS VOICEOVER would be a worthwhile element to add to this turd-pile of a movie.

I love Ana de Armas' work but whoever signed off on her American accent needs to be drawn and quartered. It vacillates between, "okay fine" to "big yikes." Every time Ana utters "Daddy" was NAILS ON A CHALKBOARD.

The choice to luxuriate in Marilyn Monroe's misery as opposed to condemning the parties who precipitated it is telling. There is a brief moment halfway through where you think Marilyn has finally realized her worth and is ready to speak up for herself as deserving of respect as the freaking reason people come to see her movies, but it putters out as a blip in the grand scheme of the tragedy porn this film prefers to live in.

My biggest regret is viewing this film as part of an in-theater early screening. If I had been watching on Netflix, I could have just ended my misery without much fuss.

What a huge disappointmentReviewed bytonynogueiraVote: 1/10

The trailer had me so excited to see this movie, then first 15 minutes of Norma Jean as a child were great and showed very good promise. At about the 45 minute mark was when getting so conflicted, because artistic look and feel of the movie and the black & white to colour jumps were well done. Ana as Marilyn was very good, (I did however catch a couple times where you did hear a tiny bit of her real accent), however for the most part she was great.

The story was where this movie was extremely terrible. I will admit at the start I believed this was more of a biopic, but knowing this is fictional was even worse. Because in the end all this movie was really about was showing an extremely sad and pathetic life that Marilyn lived from start to finish over a long drawn 3 hour snore fest with sex in between to keep your attention.

This maybe the biggest disappointment of a movie I have experienced with all the hype behind it.

As many have already said, sadly this just tarnishes an amazing icon because so many will watch this crap and will actually believe this was her life.

A Unique and Visually Riveting BiopicReviewed bytkdlifemagazineVote: 7/10

I am not a Marilyn Monroe junkie, nor do I know that much about her life and career. I also was concerned that this movie is 3 hours long. This is a an Andrew Dominik film, based on a best selling book of the same title. The film is unusual and brilliantly done. It is a stream of consciousness that plays out more like a dream than a movie. It is visually stunning. The look and the details of this movie are stunning and breathtaking at parts. Ana de Armas is so unmistakeable as Marilyn Monroe that it is eerie. The effects working her into the actual Monroe films are seamless. The supporting case of actors are wonderful. This is a heavy dark movie in so many ways. It is a biography, but it is also the struggle of Norma Jean to distinguish herself from Marilyn Monroe, the character. It is also and ode to love, and to finding peace and identity through love. This movie is unique and brilliant, but it is not for someone looking for an easily digestible, chronological telling of the life of Marilyn Monroe. Much was made of the NC-17 rating; however, these scenes feed the story, not exploit it in my opinion. Netflix was bold in supporting this great project.

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