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Godzilla (2014) - Movie Review

It’s been 60 years since Godzilla first appeared on screen, emerging from the ocean to wreak havoc on the city of Tokyo. Since then, we’ve seen the big guy transition from antagonist to hero and back again, with the bulk of his cinematic adventures featuring battles against other gargantuan monsters. 410 more words

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Isle of Dogs (directed by Wes Anderson). 2018.

As the visual design and graphic composition of Wes Anderson’s movies keeps getting more sophisticated,  I cannot resist the enchantment of this stop action movie featuring among other things, mass incarceration, poisoning, unjust laws, a mad dictator of a Japanese city, and a whole island made up of neatly baled trash around which live the exiled creatures, and the rats they co-habit with. 381 more words

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Isle Of Dogs (2018)

Have you ever seen a Wes Anderson film? Or even the poster for one? Did you hate it with every fibre of your being? If so this is not the film for you. 530 more words

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Se filtran en las redes sociales fotos de filmación de Detective Pikachu

El rodaje comenzó a principio de este año,  esta entrega sera elaborada por la Compañía Japonesa The Pokemon Company y junto a ella la empresa Estadounidense… 84 more words

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Tampopo


Tampopo (1986)
★★★★ / ★★★★

Food lovers of all palates are certain to relish the numerous delectable images in “Tampopo,” an original, daring, and amusing love letter to our relationship with food, not only as a source of nourishment but how it makes us feel good—its visual presentation, scents, textures, flavors, the memories they evoke. 653 more words

Well, I'm Certainly Not Going Through Life With One Hand Tied Behind My Back. -- James Dean

Neon Genesis Evangelion Live Action Fancast

Today is the much-anticipated opening of Pacific Rim: Uprising, the sequel to the popular 2013 Guillermo Del Toro Mech/Kaiju film. Over the course of the last week, I kept thinking about the influences of the original film and the fact that Del Toro did the film not just as a love letter to his beloved monsters, but also as a tribute to Kaiju and Mecha. 1,552 more words

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