“When Harry met Sally” (1989) – The Classic movie on the occasion of New Year’s Eve

In a special moment that is repeated every year, the last moments of New Year’s Eve and they often bring the loneliness rather than the eager for growing up, there…

The Good Dinosaur (2015) – Reverse version of “Finding Nemo”?

Growing up is Pixar’s most important topic, and often, they know how to make it never old. One of the most important aspects of maturity is overcoming fear. Grow up,…

“The Grand Budapest Hotel” (2015) – The halo of adventure and friendship

“The Grand Budapest Hotel” is a movie that reminds me of the beautiful and glamorous beauty of the past, about the time that has passed since I was in my…

No Country For Old Men (2007) – When evil is the main color of humanity

No Country For Old Men is one of the masterpieces of directors and screenwriters – Coen’s brothers. They are among the best feature movie directors of the contemporary world. From the…

Skyfall (2012) – Farewell to the “old” of a series

I have read somewhere of a reviewer that Nolan has blew a new soul into the Batman series, and indeed that soul has really made the Comic fans bent and…

Wreck-It-Ralph (2012) – No ones is bad!

“Werck-it Ralph” is a true gift for kids, or a kid who loves a four-button machine. Generation 8x, 9x head will be extremely familiar right at the first scene: a…

“Hunt for the Wilderpeople” (2016) – The funny pursuit

A widowed old man was sad to seek forgotten in the wilderness. Due to circumstances, he was forced to bring a fat orphaned boy. They both go through an adventure…

Get Out (2017) – Fashionable Jacket

“Get Out” is a movie that has been put on social fabric, in a genre that is often used for intimidation. It recreates the “black-and-white” relationship shown throughout history, at…

The Best Of Youth (2003) – Beautiful experience of youth

“The Best of Young” was taken from a poet / poet / director Pier Paolo Pasolini, an Italian cultural icon who was murdered in 1975. Director Giordana had made films…

The philosophy of 20s age in “Everybody Wants Some” (2016)

“Everybody Wants Some” is called “the next mental part” of Boyhood, a 12-year-old Oscar-nominated film in 2014. The movie begins right where the Boyhood ends, when Boy Step into college…

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