Jazz inspired ‘Whiplash’ receives positive reviews from film critics

People might have funked a few times after seeing bloody hands working with the drums, but critics have sure welcomed that feeling of anxiousness while seeing the 2014 movie ‘Whiplash,’ and they have got a Oscar nomination this year to prove it.

The 2014 movie – Whiplash is about a young jazz musician being terrified by his own master appears to have connected a little fan-base, but people have been gushing about the film since it has been unveiled during the Sundance Film Festival 2014 in January.

The film deals with a boy Andrew Neiman, a nineteen year old jazz drummer, thinking of greatness but not really sure if his dream would ever come true. Ghosted by failed writer career of his dad – Andrew is influenced to rise to the top of the nation’s most elite music conservatory.

Whiplash, an Academy Award nominated movie, has got praises from all critics across the world, getting a “certified fresh” score from Rotten Tomatoes, with ninety-six percent, and being awarded 100% by one hardcore fan – Christian Haynes. The website also reviewed the film as ‘intense, inspiring, and well-acted.’ ‘Whiplash’ is a real magnificent effort from Director Damien Chazelle and a fascinating vehicle for stars like Miles Teller and J.K. Simmons.

Apart from securing US$ 3 Million in box office, the film has been constituted not for just one Oscar category, this year, but five. The Oscar 2015 categories “Whiplash” is nominated for includes Best Supporting Actor for star J.K. Simmons, Best Picture, Best Film Editing, Best Sound Mixing and Best Adapted Screenplay.