A review of the new film by Woody Allen: Rifkin's Festival (2020).
Although it risks going unnoticed, Paper lives deserves to be cited as one of the most succeeded drama films of this beginning of 2021.
A train ride is environmentally friendly and relaxing, the most beautiful landscapes pass by outside the window, you read a book or play on your cell phone and arrive at your destination wonderfully relaxed. Not so on the "Snowpiercer". This train has no destination, it circles the earth forever. On board are the last survivors... Continue Reading →
An article about why James Bond is going to die if producers are not changing the formula! Spectre was an alert about the end of James Bond.
A review of the modern psychological horror film The Invisible Man (2020) written and directed by Leigh Whannell.
Borat character created and portrayed by Sacha Baron Cohen is nothing short of an international icon. The movie of the same name (or Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan) from 2006 is considered a cult classic and one of the best modern comedies. The greatest part besides of satirical... Continue Reading →
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 →
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 →