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Spectre (2015) - Movie Review

Whether you like Daniel Craig as Bond or not, you can’t deny he has been an integral part of the series’ highest points. Casino Royale is one of the greatest action thrillers ever, let alone Bond movie, and Skyfall is right up there with Goldeneye as a quintessential Bond adventure. 597 more words

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Forget ‘Tulip Fever,’ watch ‘Girl With The Pearl Earring’ instead.

Based on the novel of the same name by Deborah Moggach, ‘Tulip Fever’ tells the story of an artist falls for a young married woman while he’s commissioned to paint her portrait during the Tulip mania of 17th century Amsterdam. 660 more words


Spectre Review

James Bond has endured as one of cinema’s longest-running and most lucrative franchises for over half a century. Spectre is the 24th instalment in the official 007 canon and follows on from Skyfall, which gave the seminal spy-thriller series a pleasingly smart and sophisticated makeover after the questionable Quantum of Solace and this classy upgrade paid off with box office receipts of over a billion dollars in revenue. 1,070 more words


Il Secolo XIX - Adesso posso dire di no

22 novembre 2015.

Intervista a Christoph Waltz in occasione dell’uscita del film “Spectre”.


Downsizing: what can millennials learn from Paul Safranek's existential crisis?

If there is anything the makers of this film shows us is that they can mislead us, the movie-goers, into thinking that this film is a slightly adult version of “Honey, I Shrunk The Kids” (1989). 645 more words


Movie Review: Downsizing (2017)

As Earth hurtles past the point of no return for climate change, scientists in Norway discover a potential solution — a process they call “downsizing,” shrinking a person down to 12 centimeters and significantly reducing the energy and resources he or she consumes. 1,399 more words

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Only four actors, and just one room.

A brilliant screenplay based on a Tony award winning play.

Oscars? Nominations perhaps?

Oh, I forgot. 43 more words