Review of the Short Film Endless Sea

June 14, 2023 0 Comments

In Sam Shainberg’s live-action short film Endless Sea, we can state with absolute certainty that things will not end well in this terrible version of a Moderna Valentine’s Day. It doesn’t have to have anything to do with love, dinners, dates or gifts. It is exactly the opposite. Loneliness is just a way of expressing …

Review of the Film Stillwater

June 8, 2023 0 Comments

A parent’s resilience is subject to many things in Tom McCarthy’s Stillwater. At first glance, things seem to be quite simple. This is a working class man in Oklahoma who is putting everything aside to go to France to support his daughter. You can see it’s broken inside. For years he has supported what is …

Review of the Film Forest of Death

June 6, 2023 0 Comments

Considering the development of the horror industry over the past two decades, it is safe to say that the lessons should be learned by this time. The classics are already classics, and some Moderna occupy a few places. The rules have been designed and redesigned for new target groups. And even the subgenres were born …

Review of the Blacklight Movie

June 4, 2023 0 Comments

If you, as a screenwriter, make a conscious decision to merge genres, there must be a good idea behind such a bold step. And not just an idea, you need to make sure that you cover enough ground in all aspects of these genres to achieve the attraction that the audience needs to say, “Hey, …

Review of Nefarious Film

May 28, 2023 0 Comments

If sometimes we are willing to put some things aside and forget about normalcy and even standing while watching horror movies, there is no reason why we can’t enjoy Nefarious. The filmmakers are now known for popular franchises based on Christianity, and there are some of their points in the handling, but the movie does …

Review of the Card Counter Movie

May 22, 2023 0 Comments

At the center of Paul Schrader’s The Card Counter is Wilhelm Tell, a man who is finally free after years in cage. His mind is that of a nomad who taught himself to count cards and cheat the gambling system. That’s how he survives. With a few suitcases and depending on the comfort of the …

Jack a Film Review

May 17, 2023 0 Comments

I love comedy. It’s a genre in which you can part with everything with a few lines and a good story. At least when it’s done well. Few comedians and few comedy writers manage to achieve the goal of making you laugh with tears with simple stories that are believable to some extent. However, the …

Review of El Houb a Film

May 10, 2023 0 Comments

After Karim decides to stay true to himself and show his parents who he really is, the only way to deal with the situation is to lock himself behind a door. Through a small hole, he lives and experiences the traumatic moments that have made him who he is. He communicates or tries to. He …

Review of Film All Quiet on the Western Front

May 6, 2023 0 Comments

It is very difficult to remember a war movie that is not technically against the war. The tendency in the depiction of the terrible and supposedly civilized practice is to make a review of something that Moderna’s society resorts to every two decades. Haven’t we learned something from decades of well-made cinema that reflects the …

Review of the Green Oak Guardian Film

April 28, 2023 0 Comments

To appreciate the value of independent cinema, one must first be able to recognize and observe the world in which one finds oneself. Many people will say that out of pity they will not be honest about what works and what does not work in this very specific filmy world. In my matter, I believe …

Review of Discontinued Movie

April 17, 2023 0 Comments

In Discontinued, the human races discover that the world is actually a simulation. We have had the impression of absolute control, but in reality it is a machine that has carried out things. But this is not the worst thing: the problem is that the simulation ends in a few days. Sarah, a very anxious …