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    Looper (2012)

    The knowledge that the science fiction film Looper contains elements of time travel in its story, aroused special interest in me, even before meeting the first scenes from this film. Sometimes it seems to us that we would watch any film, as long as there are points of contact with this topic. There is something […] More

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    Zulu (2013)

    I approached watching this film with a little reserve, because of the main actor – Orlando Bloom, whom I honestly do not prefer and I really thought that the role of his life was Legolas in LOTR and that he could do nothing more. Either way, I ended up getting two surprises – a surprise […] More

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    The Night of the Hunter (1955)

    World cinematography, and Hollywood itself, had several great and very strong losses that they may never have managed to overcome, and here I am thinking primarily of the premature death of the American pop icon James Dean, then the premature departure of the German and world film legend F.V. Murnau at the age of 42, […] More

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    Things We Lost in the Fire (2007)

    By the way, I’m not a fan of the genre of pathetic dramas that always strike at the lowest motives and feelings, but I watched this film in one breath. This film is not really a pathetic drama, at least not in the sense that the pathos is expressed and that it is the highlight […] More

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    Need for Speed (2014)

    Based on the famous video game franchise of the same name, under the auspices of the production houses DreamWorks and EA Games, this feature film was made with the very popular Aaron Paul, the star of the Breaking Bad series, in the lead role. Films with this theme do not leave too much room for […] More

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    Rain Man (1988)

    There are few movies for which you will rarely hear a bad word. The realization of Rain Man is just one of those, a film for everyone and to everyone’s taste. At the same time, hardly anyone has not heard of this film and it is very often one of the favorites among the broad […] More

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    Noah (2014)

    Director and screenwriter Darren Aronofsky has gained many fans, including the writer of these lines, with his specific projects in which he dealt in a minimalist way, with a small budget, a small number of characters, a lot of audio / visual effects and a perfect selection of music. topics that are interesting to most […] More

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    The Way Way Back (2013)

    Comedy, drama or something else? The film The Way Way Back is another achievement in a series of those we have written about before, more precisely, which fall into many genres, without actually belonging to any of them. As we have mentioned before, such films have only crumbs of the mentioned genres, which are not […] More

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    Miller’s Crossing (1990)

    The third collaboration of esteemed filmmakers Joel and Ethan Cohen (Coen brothers) brings us a very interesting gangster story that is set and recognizably stylized in a way that the Cohen brothers themselves know. As with many of their films, this one was not understood and accepted immediately after its premiere, but over time it […] More

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    The Matrix (1999)

    At the beginning, no one could have guessed what impact the film would have on cinematography itself, as well as on pop culture and the creation of new standards for the world’s population. Brothers / siblings Wachowski, Lana Wachowski and Andy Wachowski, as screenwriters of the film, went through a double-digit number of drafts – […] More

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    Divergent (2014)

    The high rating of this film probably stems from the fact that dystopian films such as Hunger Games, such as this one, are very popular at the moment. Some would say that it is a pale copy, some that it is a crumb better, but all in all, its financial success cannot be denied. Despite […] More

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    Triangle (2009)

    When we first encountered the movie Triangle, we had no idea what to expect. This film is not particularly promoted, and also everything indicated that it was nothing special, especially because it was obviously shot in a slightly weaker production, with more or less anonymous actors. In fact, the only well-known actors in this film […] More

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    300: Rise of an Empire (2014)

    Director and screenwriter Zack Snyder shot the epic blockbuster 300 in 2006, which shattered movie box office and brought something new to the world of comic book movies. Eight years later, the production company entrusted the director’s baton to the little-known Noam Moore, while Snyder wrote part of the script, but the ratings of the […] More

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    Amour (2012)

    What is “Love”? Love represents literally those words “In good and in evil”, and Haneke (Michael Haneke) uses them in a completely universal way without any pathos. His long, static shots from the opening concert with scanty dialogues are justified. However, these are people who have known each other all their lives and one look, […] More

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    Oldboy (2013)

    Contemporary Asian cinema has a great advantage because its authors have what Hollywood producers and screenwriters really lack – ideas and originality. One of South Korea’s most respected directors, Chan-wook Park, made a film in 2003 that became one of the most popular films of the year and rightly drew the attention of audiences and […] More

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    The Mist (2007)

    As a fan of Stephen King, only recently did this short story come to me to read and I have to say I was thrilled. Unfortunately, my enthusiasm for the book clashes with the movie I watched much earlier. The general impression after watching it was quite good, but now after reading the story it […] More

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    True Romance (1993)

    After the great debut of Reservoir Dogs, Quentin Tarantino wrote a screenplay that, according to him, is the most personal thing he has ever written. Few would have thought that he and the famous director Tony Scott, who gained fame by working on mega-popular hits from the late eighties and early nineties, such as Top […] More

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    Snowpiercer (2013)

    My review of this long-awaited action sci-fi drama will not be completely objective, so there is a possibility that you may not like the film as much as I do. So don’t take my impression as some general absolute of film quality. The undeniable fact is that this is a good film, only the nuances […] More

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