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143. Marjorie Prime


After I finished watching Marjorie Prime, I was immediately reminded of a quote that sat on the desk of Michael Keaton’s character from Alejandro Innaritu’s Birdman. 703 more words

Filmes que dejan Netflix (31 de agosto)

En este tipo de entradas aparecerán varios filmes que abandonan algunos servicios de streaming. No los he visto todos, pero igual los recomiendo porque son buenos (o parecen serlo), para ir escogiendo algo bueno que ver dentro de cada plataforma. 50 more words

REVIEW: Marjorie Prime

Jon Hamm is just sitting on the couch when Michael Almereyda’s “Marjorie Prime” begins. There’s something wooden about him in an intentionally uncanny valley kind of way, like an automaton Don Draper. 273 more words

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The 10 best films on Netflix UK to watch on a Monday when you've pulled a sickie

‘Euuuggghhhh, sorry… but I don’t think I can come into work today.’

Put your hands up if you haven’t faked a strained voice and uttered those words down a telephone to your boss at some point in your working life. 676 more words


War of the Worlds (2005)

As Earth is invaded by alien tripod fighting machines, one family fights for survival. (IMDb)

There are some great set pieces and special effects here that combine with consistently tense action and adventure–spiked with just the right amount of chilling horror–to keep you entertained despite a script that continually raises questions (why didn’t Ray immediately go back to his children when things started happening? 32 more words

Marjorie Prime. Trailer. Jon Hamm. Lois Smith. Geena Davis. Tim Robbins.

In the near future, a time of artificial intelligence: 86-year-old Marjorie — a jumble of disparate, fading memories—has a handsome new companion who looks like her deceased husband and is programmed to feed the story of her life back to her. 17 more words

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