Knives out (Review)

Rian Johnson's latest film is a detective story and certainly one of the best that 2019 has proposed. If you are a fan of Agatha Christie, well you can't miss this movie, the twists and turns of the plot are like the steps necessary to solve a Rubik's cube - apparently simple but brilliant. But... Continue Reading →

The Square – contemporary art in film

2019 Parasite, 2018 Shoplifters, 2017 The Square – the juries of the Cannes International Film Festival have shown a good sense for outstanding films in recent years. While the winning films of the last two years deal with social issues in a rather unusual way, the film The Square by Swedish author Ruben Östlund is... Continue Reading →

Gemini Man (Review)

Gemini Man, one of the best action and sci-fi films of the last year, unfortunately very undervalued, tests Will Smith, who plays two characters at the same time, in the role of a sniper of the American special forces and his clone thirty years younger. The Story The plot is quite intricate, and this is... Continue Reading →

A Rainy Day in New York (Review)

The romantic comedy A Rainy Day in New York is the latest work written and directed by Woody Allen. As in his previous works, Café Society (2016) and Irrational Man (2015), the formidable jazz soundtrack and the beautiful shot sunset scenes definitely make the film worth watching. The protagonists of the story are two young... Continue Reading →

Long Shot: romantic comedy at its best!

Who doesn't like Seth Rogen? His characters are always likeable, empathetic and funny. He is not macho, but embodies the slightly obese, nice boy next door. You just have to love him for that. In one of his latest movies, Long Shot (2019), he again pulls out all the stops of the romantic comedy genre... Continue Reading →

Murder Mystery Review (Netflix)

Are you looking for a suspense movie to watch at a rainy Saturday night to get entertained? Then please don't watch this movie. Unlike the title suggests, Murder Mystery (Netflix) is supposed to be a comedy. And this comedy is not the best work of Adam Sandler, male protagonist of this movie, who in the... Continue Reading →

Rambo: Last Blood – fight against time

It is hard to believe that there are now five Rambo movies and four sequels to First Blood, a movie that I would call an “anti-action movie”: main character John Rambo didn't kill anybody directly and didn't want to kill anybody. The best scene is John's final breakdown in tears and I wont even try... Continue Reading →

Healing through film

Quentin Tarantino's new film shines with its outstanding actors and uses the medium as an effective remedy against historical trauma. A slightly different Tarantino No shootings, no blood fountains, no rampant violence - a Tarantino for tame minds? Not quite. One by one: If you know the realistic background of the story (Manson Family), you... Continue Reading →

Yesterday (Spoiler Review)

What would you do if a certain thing you love suddenly disappears and only you could remember it? For example, if everybody forgot about Lord of the Rings, would you rewrite it and release it to the public as your own work? The movie Yesterday deals exactly with this potential fantasy, well, tries to deal... Continue Reading →

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