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Once Upon A Time… In Hollywood (2019) Is a Crowdpleaser Unlike Any of Quentin Tarantino Films Before

Star-studded, crafted with an exceptional eye for detail, and entertaining without a trace of exhaustion, “Once Upon A Time… In Hollywood” is a lovely crowdpleaser. It also lets Quentin Tarantino embrace more reflective kind of cinema. When Quentin Tarantino announced … Continue reading Once Upon A Time… In Hollywood (2019) Is a Crowdpleaser Unlike Any of Quentin Tarantino Films Before

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Day 4 of New Horizons International Film Festival 2019 – Koko-di Koko-da & Mid90s

A crazy tale about grief followed by Jonah Hill’s heart-warming coming-of-age story “Mid90s” and the substandard horror movie from the creators of “Goodnight Mommy”. Welcome to the 4th day of New Horizons International Film Festival in Wrocław, Poland. Koko-di Koko-da … Continue reading Day 4 of New Horizons International Film Festival 2019 – Koko-di Koko-da & Mid90s

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Day 3 of New Horizons International Film Festival 2019 – Zombi Child, The Beach Bum & More

Partying with Matthew McConaughey isn’t as good as one could imagine, while Haitian voodoo is still waiting for a true masterpiece that would explore its beauty in a more memorable way. Zombi Child Dir. Bertrand Bonello Hate Grade: 3.5/10 “Zombi … Continue reading Day 3 of New Horizons International Film Festival 2019 – Zombi Child, The Beach Bum & More

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Day 1 of New Horizons International Film Festival 2019 – Bacurau, Monos & More

The first day of the festival has been more than solid, with science fiction from Brazil, Quentin Tarantino’s favorite Chinese movie and a gallantly directed film about child soldiers in South America. Bacurau (2019) Dir. Juliano Dornelles, Kleber Mendonça Filho … Continue reading Day 1 of New Horizons International Film Festival 2019 – Bacurau, Monos & More