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Stronger

Great movie that really shows the struggle of disability and the strength needed to rise above it. Very emotional, well-made, and inspiring.

I recommend.

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TOM FORD: El eterno regreso de un seductor

“Estoy acostumbrado a enmarcar la realidad para crear imágenes”, así de natural se ha tomado Tom Ford este trayecto desde la moda al cine en donde no ha querido abandonar ningún camino. 585 more words

'Deadpool 2's' David Leitch to Direct Jessica Chastain, Jake Gyllenhaal in 'The Division' (EXCLUSIVE)

“Deadpool 2” director David Leitch has set his sights on his next project, signing on to helm Ubisoft’s “The Division” movie starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Jessica Chastain… 394 more words

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Now on Netflix: Nightcrawler (2014)

Dan Gilroy’s Nightcrawler was one of those films that seemed to pass me by. I’d seen the trailer, and maybe a couple of adverts, but by the time I went to try to see it in the cinema, it was gone. 470 more words

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Santos de Cartier starring Jake Gyllenhaal

For the bold ones only. Cartier is proud to reveal the new Santos de Cartier film starring the Maison’s new ambassador Jake Gyllenhaal. The thrilling film is inspired by aviation pioneer Alberto-Santos Dumont and his personal quest to push boundaries and achieve the impossible.

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Movie Review: Source Code (2011)

 

Movie: Source Code (2011)

Director: Duncan Jones

Writer: Ben Ripley

Cast: Jake Gyllenhaal, Michelle Monaghan, Vera Farmiga, Jeffrey Wright

One-Line Plot Synopsis: A soldier (Gyllenhaal) wakes up in the body of a stranger on a train and that blows up.  333 more words

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Nightcrawler (2014) - Movie Review

“Compassion is the basis of morality.” ― Arthur Schopenhauer

That above quote, by philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer is one that barely reflects on Nightcrawler; a film less so about sociopathic tendencies and more so about moral ambiguity; the film is an extreme example of one who is beyond a moral compass, and thrives off the pain of others. 892 more words

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