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John Wick (2014) - Review

John Wick is a grieving widower who also happens to be a deadly, albeit retired, assassin. When gangsters kill his dog, a final present from his dead wife, he un-retires himself to ensure that they understand the grievous nature of their error.  639 more words


The Great Wall (2016) 

European mercenaries searching for black powder become embroiled in the defense of the Great Wall of China against a horde of monstrous creatures. Starring Matt Damon. 274 more words


The Florida Project


We’ll eventually get round to seeing films that were released in 2018, but we like to seize the opportunity to see films on the big screen that we didn’t get the chance to. 323 more words


¨Florida Project¨o el cuento inacabado

Hay películas que nunca  terminan aunque las luces del cine y los títulos de crédito te inviten a dejar  tu butaca. Florida Project es una de ellas, con un realismo maquillado por escondites propios de la ilusión y la inocente mirada de un niño vecino de Disney World, y que nos traslada a ¨La vida es Bella¨ ( Roberto Benigni ) de nuestros tiempos. 266 more words


Murder on the Orient Express: Quick Review

Rating: Severe

Year: 2017
Running time: 1 hour 54 minutes
Director: Kenneth Branagh
Cast: Kenneth Branagh, Penelope Cruz, Willem Defoe, Judi Dench, Johnny Depp, Josh Gad, Derek Jacobi, Leslie Odom Jr., Michelle Pfeiffer, Daisy Ridley… 644 more words


The Florida Project

Sean Baker has managed to capture the true innocence and sheer joy of being a child

A film at its absolute sun shining, and glorious best, The Florida Project is an absolute marvel as it looks into the difficulties single mothers on low incomes experience, as well as the duty of care that comes with creating homes for young children, through the eyes of life loving and naive children. 235 more words


New Favorite Movie of 2017? The Florida Project Review

Award season is just around the corner and there are some festival films coming to theaters that are getting buzz. Will one of them be my favorite film of 2017? 302 more words