These are the list of not just ordinary films that I’m not actually recommend to you but I personally love the meaningful films that I put in this list. 182 more words
The stunning, otherworldly images created by Brazilian photographer Sebastião Salgado are showcased in this captivating biographical film. Featuring segments that focus on Salgado’s various collections of work, including depictions of the victims of some of the most horrific events of the past, the film manages to be both emotionally devastating and awe inspiring.
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[“BLA and GB Gabbler” (really just a pen name – singular) are the Editor and Narrator behind… 36 more words
It is surprising beyond belief that I had never heard of this film given it’s endless ensemble of talent. Having just seen the advertising poster for “Lucky Number Slevin” (and no, it’s not a typo), I realised I have in fact heard of the film, although subconsciously so. 604 more words
Having recently seen “Interstellar”, it is confirmed in my mind that $165million does not immediately equal a perfect space drama/adventure film.
Dealing with similar issues of global extinction (but actually finding a resourceful alternative), 2009’s “Moon” shows that there are only a few things you need to make a solid space drama. 392 more words