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    Fight Club (1999)

    Madness must have prevailed today when I decided to try to review Fincher’s masterpiece and in general one of the most brilliant, most appreciated and most popular films made so far. You can’t say (at least don’t publicly!) That you’ve never heard of this film, because the vast majority of cinema lovers consider it blasphemy […] More

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    Tear This Heart Out (2008)

    Guess which is the 14th largest country in the world? What is the 11th most populous? You don’t know? It is Mexico, a country without an official language, although Spanish is represented in all spheres of society. Spanish and 62 Indian languages ​​are equal languages ​​throughout his territory, and due to his bloody and turbulent […] More

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    Saraband (2003)

    It seems like this film is some kind of sequel, but it doesn’t continue with the film, rather Bergman has simply adapted the main characters. “Saraband” is a musical drama and the last film that Bergman directed. The difference between the two projects is thirty years, both in film and in reality. After thirty years, […] More

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    Kick-Ass 2 Official (2013)

    When it comes to making this film, we believe that its meaning, as well as other similar sequels in the world of film, is very obvious to anyone who is even familiar with the concept of commercial cinema, so we will skip this somewhat chewed topic of raising money for the old glory. . The […] More

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    Stranger Than Fiction (2006)

    Despite the opinion that nowadays it is almost impossible to come up with an original story, supported by the view that almost everything in the world has already been said, the film Stranger Than Fiction appears, which refutes it and manages to delight us in every way. This is supported by a thought that allegedly […] More

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    Happiness (1998)

    Among the films on the lists of disturbing projects is often this work by director and screenwriter Todd Solondz, which differs from the rest of the list in that there are no explicit scenes of violence and sex. What makes it so disturbing is the fact that the director deals with characters who can be […] More

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    Super Size Me (2004)

    In this documentary, Morgan Sparlock deals with the question of the harmfulness of frequent eating in fast food restaurants. He conducted an experiment in which he was a guinea pig himself, and the test consisted of eating food and drinking for 30 days only from the McDonald’s retail chain. Before the start of the experiment, […] More

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    Children of Men (2006)

    The past few days I’ve had a crisis of writing reviews, I thought, maybe I’ll get over it if I watch some movie. That’s how it was. I watched this great sci-fi thriller drama for the third time, which asks many life questions and yet gives so few answers to them. London, 2027. Not so […] More

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    Empire State (2013)

    Films made based on true events instantly raise the rating and the desire to watch. Such is the case with this film, so, in addition to numerous negative reviews, I decided to watch it with a lot of expectations. It turned out that most of the criticism was in place. Liam Hemsworth plays Chris Potamitis, […] More

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    The Blair Witch Project (1999)

    This low-budget project of Daniel Majrik and Eduardo Sanchez managed to earn over 300 million dollars with a more than modest budget of some 30 thousand dollars. Like any film that emerges from some kind of traditional mold, this one has developed audiences into two camps – critics who think this is, in every sense, […] More

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    The Artist (2011)

    When all the fuss and fuss about this movie started and when the Oscars for 2012 were in these colors, I said to myself – I’m not going to watch it right now. However, the devil did not give me peace, I was too curious, I said, let me see that miracle too and I […] More

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    Life of Pi (2012)

    Yeah, yeah, great movie, right? We have to say that we are thrilled ourselves. The trailer was very promising, and the film itself fully justified it. Ang Lee surprised us again and rightly picked up four Oscars, given that he was nominated in as many as 11 categories. Leo’s films have won eight Oscars so […] More

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    Training Day (2001)

    Revolted by the negative review of a quasi-film connoisseur, I decided to point out all the virtues of this great film for the millionth time and recommend it to everyone who has not seen it yet. This is a fantastic crime thriller drama by American director Antoine Fuqua and, in my opinion, the best achievement […] More

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    The People vs. Larry Flynt (1996)

    There are films that even before appearing or showing in cinemas, manage to arouse the anger and rage of certain people, especially radical religious groups. Such is the case with this film by Milos Forman, which attracted the main character’s attention, but also with promotional posters depicting the main character crucified on a naked female […] More

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    The Hangover Part III (2013)

    Contemporary expensive film hits that manage to exceed the producer’s set goal in terms of earnings almost as a rule must have a sequel. There are rare cases when the second part managed to surpass the original project, while it belongs to the domain of science fiction to do the third part. Such is the […] More

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