In “Border”, Ali Abassi invents a world, where science fiction and fantasy coexist with reality in an unprecedented way, and by means of an ever-surprising story and fantastic chops of acting and make-up, the Swedish film keeps you on the … Continue reading In The World Of Blurred Lines – Border (2018)
The 2019 award season was one of the most boring and uninteresting in years. What happened to the Oscar nominees? The best films of the last year, according to the choices of the beloved Academy, included a plain biopic drama … Continue reading The Most Boring Oscar Nominees In Years?
Steven Spielberg’s “The Post” is on par with the most renown dramas about journalism.
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You really considered a film about a guy who makes ugly dresses to win?
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Luca Guadagnino has directed a film that perfectly matches the tastes of modern indie moviegoers.
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“The Shape Of Water” is a beautiful tale about love and loneliness that touches the depths of the audience’s imagination, whilst being one of the most creatively challenging films in many years. A lovely, lovely offering from Guillermo Del Toro.
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“All The Money In The World” checks many boxes of a good film, but it is still a chore to sit through.
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Gary Oldman’s phenomenal spectacle carries the weight of a film, which lacks both speech power and enough strength to justify its existence.
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With plenty of time to the Oscar ceremony, we can now begin the game of guessing.
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