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Grand Budapest Hotel, quando il cinema è poesia

Se siete stufi delle solite pellicole ad effetto dove lo sviluppo del plot, della storia è praticamente inesistente, i personaggi sono piatti come sogliole e la musica una bomba ad orologeria che invade i timpani per essere subito rimossa una volta usciti dalla sala cinematografica, allora… 287 more words

Movie Review

Jude Law's crackling performance fuels the wild and nutty 'Dom Hemingway'

There are plenty of performances that Jude Law has received accolades over his career but I can guarantee you that none of those performances are nearly as entertaining, explosive and funny as his turn as the volatile, insecure and charming titular character at the center of… 562 more words


"Dom Hemingway": Jude gets on the wrong side of the Law

Sean Weitner saw “Dom Hemingway” at the Wisconsin Film Festival, and it’s already back in town for an engagement at Sundance Cinemas. Here’s his review: 685 more words

Movie Review

DOM HEMINGWAY Review - ***

Literally minutes after finishing the abstract bleakness (or is bleak abstraction better?) of Under the Skin (which I will discuss in due time), I sat down to watch  1,325 more words

2014 In Film

The Grand Budapest Hotel - 2014

To describe Wes Anderson’s latest feature as ‘deep’ would be far too shallow. “The Grand Budapest Hotel” is such a multi-layered, multi-dimensional mix of mayhem and madness of monumental magnitude; one can only marvel at it’s many memorable mighty moments of magic. 473 more words

My Favourite Films

Film Review: Dom Hemingway

There comes a time in every clean, charming actor’s career where the prospect of playing the bad guy is just as exciting as playing the good guy. 1,008 more words


Review: 'Dom Hemingway' Is Something Else

Imagine that a group of guys got together one night to binge watch crime movies while drinking their way through several cases of beer. At some point during this male bonding experience, one of the guys exclaims, “Dudes, we should write a movie.” Another quickly responds, “It would be epic!” And, thus they drag out a laptop and start plucking out what they are sure will be the best, most hilarious crime movie ever made. 495 more words