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    Daredevil (2015-)

    The world has been under siege in recent years, or to say invasion. Beings with a diverse arsenal of superpowers, or with superpowers, have taken up vast territory and built strongholds. Their power is growing, as is their numbers. All the assumptions that this growth and power must come to an end, as every empire […] More

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    Remember the Titans (2000)

    This biographical sports drama contains the very essence of those true values. This is a top (if not the best) film in this domain because, unlike similar achievements, there is no stain that would stand out and spoil the overall impression. However, this film is not alone in its essence. Moneyball, which I wrote about […] More

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    Jupiter Ascending (2015)

    Lana Wachowski and Andy Wachowski gained worldwide fame with the trilogy The Matrix, which many believe is ahead of its time. Engaged primarily in writing science fiction, and then taking over the director’s baton, they became a respected name among fans of the genre, and their status was only further strengthened by the film Cloud […] More

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    Chasing Amy (1997)

    The main characters of the film are Holden (Ben Affleck) and Benki (Jason Lee), underground cartoonists who became famous with the series Bluntman and the Chronicle. They go to a comics convention in New York where Holden meets Amy (Joey Lauren Adams), also a cartoonist. After a short time, Holden realizes that she has all […] More

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    Planes (2013)

    The main protagonist is the ambitious Dusty Cropoper, an agricultural plane that fantasizes about aerial stunts in the company of true flying champions. He is afraid of the heights of heaven, but in order to overcome his fear and acquire the necessary flying skills, which characterize true champions, he turns for help to the naval […] More

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    Star Trek (2009)

    The year is 2233 and the Federation ship USS Kelvin set out to investigate an unusual storm. An unknown Romulan ship emerges from it and attacks Kelvin. From the Romulan ship, they demand that Captain Kelvin come on their ship. After interrogation, the Captain of the Romulans kills the captain. Kelvin is under attack again. […] More

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    Weekend at Bernie’s (1989)

    Larry (Andrew McCarthy) and Richard (Jonathan Silverman) are two young men and friends who work for a large insurance company. When they accidentally discover a fraud worth two million dollars, they go to their boss Bernie (Terry Kiser) who invites them to spend a weekend at his house on the beach and talk more about […] More

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    The Last Stand (2013)

    The idyllic peaceful town of Summerton Junction, near the American-Mexican border, is suddenly becoming the scene of turbulent events that will directly endanger the lives of innocent citizens. The arrival of a group of foreigners will disrupt the established rhythm of life of local residents. When they kill an old tractor driver, ruthless mercenaries set […] More

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    Planes: Fire & Rescue (2014)

    Jeffrey M. Howard and the director are the authors of a story from which a second-story scenario is constructed, examining turning points when we simply realize the need to put an end to one chapter and move on to write new pages of our lives. An ambitious team from DisneyToon Studios, with the support of […] More

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    The Fault in Our Stars (2014)

    The focus of the story is Hazel (Shailene Woodley), a teenager who walks on the thin edge between life and death (cancer has affected her lungs). When, at the urging of his parents, he reluctantly agrees to appear in the Youth Support Group for Cancer, he unexpectedly finds the love of his life. Gas (Ansel […] More

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    Mr. Turner (2014)

    Prominent British filmmaker Mike Leigh, the owner of seven Oscar nominations, presented his latest project in Cannes last year. It is a biographical film adaptation of a controversial British painter. Joseph Mallord William Turner, thanks to impressively painted landscapes (predominantly motifs from the sea such as sailing ships and harbors, with painted rocks in the […] More

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    The Judge (2014)

    I’m not a big fan of courtroom-related dramas, but the main tandem of actors Robert Downey Jr. and Robert Duvall prevailed to take 140 minutes to watch this achievement. Before watching it, I did not have any information about the film, so based on the title and the poster, I concluded that the action will […] More

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    The Way (2010)

    Tom (Martin Scheen) is a specialist ophthalmologist who leads a comfortable life. He has his own private office, which is frequented by his regular clientele. In a well-organized, established lifestyle, golf with old friends and associates occupies an important place, but one sunny day, a regular game of golf will be abruptly interrupted by a […] More

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    Cake (2014)

    I didn’t think I would live to see that day praise a film starring Jennifer Aniston, much less praise her, her acting that ate everything else in more than a good drama by director Daniel Barnz. However, that also happened, no matter how unbelievable it sounded to many (and only to me). This film is […] More

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    Lone Survivor (2013)

    From the director Peter Berg (The Kingdom, 2007) comes an inspired war story inspired by true events. Marcus Lutrel’s shocking confession was recorded and published in literary form by Patrick Robinson. Located sometime in late June 2005, the plot focuses on a reconnaissance mission by four members of the elite American Navy Seals unit. The […] More

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    Horrible Bosses 2 (2014)

    Almost eleven years ago, the film Horrible Bosses brought much-needed refreshment to the rather poor world of mainstream comedy. As always, what brings money must be continued, so a few months ago the second part arrived, with some changes compared to the first part. New director Sean Anders has arrived, the team of screenwriters has […] More

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    The Interview (2014)

    Crazy show host Dave (James Franco) and his dad, producer Aaron (Rogen), unexpectedly get a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. The invitation to go to Pyongyang and do an exclusive interview with the North Korean Supreme Leader in the special edition of the show program ‘Skylark Tonight’, seems like the realization of the most beautiful dreams. The leader […] More

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    The Homesman (2014)

    It is really true that those films from which you do not expect anything, almost, and always the most positive surprises. Sometimes you can hardly bring yourself to watch them, as I do in this case, actually not even knowing what kind of film awaits you, or rather, the feeling achieved after watching the film. […] More

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