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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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    Sin City (2005)

    I watched a lot of movies based on comics or comic book adaptations – some better, some worse, and for the first time I watched a movie made as a comic. The villains say that this film can be great for most or only those people who have read comics and who are familiar with […] More

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    Only Lovers Left Alive (2013)

    The crypto-vampire love drama, as Jim Jarmusch called it, has finally been realized. Jim had a clear vision of this film for a long time, however, as usual, he found himself in trouble with the financing of the film, so it took him as long as seven years to finally bring this project to life. […] More

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    Escape Plan (2013)

    That this film was made during the eighties or early nineties of the last century was definitely a cinema blockbuster. The tandem of action legends Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger with their specific chemistry and charisma carry the whole film and they were definitely the reason I approached this project with an open mind, although […] More

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    Delivery Man (2013)

    Before watching this film, I was convinced that I was watching a typical comedy that will entertain me as much as possible, and disappoint me until the very end, but this project from comedy unexpectedly grows into a completely satisfying emotional drama. Director and screenwriter Ken Scott decided to make a remake of his own […] More

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    Blue Jasmine (2013)

    Renowned director and screenwriter Woody Allen has returned to the United States after a long period of filming in Europe. This time the story takes place in San Francisco, but with the obligatory flashbacks that take us to Woody’s favorite place to shoot, New York. Before watching this project, I came across it quite often, […] More

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    Saving Mr. Banks (2013)

    This is a very charming and sentimental project that will delight most viewers. Mary Poppins, to a greater or lesser extent, influenced each of us in childhood, and this film works a lot on a nostalgic basis. The fact is that the film at certain moments leaves the impression of pure self-promotion, but just knowing […] More

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    Argo (2012)

    We believe that you are familiar with the information that this film is an Oscar winner in the category of best film. However, as there are quite conflicting opinions about this film, it is hard to shake off the impression that this award for this film is undeserved, especially considering this year’s competition in the […] More

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    The Hunger Games – Catching Fire (2013)

    For a couple of days I was hesitant about how to write a review because I had no inspiration. Many cited so many flaws in this second part of the popular franchise that I wondered if I had missed something, so I watched the movie again. The first time in the cinema, the second time […] More

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    One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (1975)

    As far as I’m concerned, the IMDB rating for this film could be rounded to nine and it would be too low again. This is definitely one of the best films of all time, by all standards and characteristics: by direction, acting, by the story itself, the significance in that time period, and only now, […] More

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    127 Hours (2010)

    Director Danny Boyle is interesting due to the fact that he has no specific genre and that his projects are quite diverse. After the great success of the film Slumdog Millionaire, which was brought to him by Oscar Boyle, he turned to shooting the film quite unexpectedly, that is. some kind of monodrama about a […] More

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    Poklosie/ Aftermath (2012)

    I have been looking for a way to start with a description of this movie for a long time. I will start with a general story about how we cannot choose the homeland and the place of our birth, but we also cannot tear from the heart that belonging to a certain nation and space. […] More

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    Scarface (1983)

    Director Brian De Palma was nominated for worst director at the 1984 Golden Raspberry Awards. Perhaps nothing would have been so strange if De Palma had not made a film that year based on when a mega-popular video game was made, a film that ranks very high with both critics and audiences, while the protagonist […] More

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    About Time (2013)

    I’m not a fan of sci-fi movies, although I do watch them from time to time. “About Time” can in no way be embedded in the sci-fi genre, especially if we are familiar with the signer of this work. He is the director and screenwriter of light, classic, love “feel good” stories like Notting Hill […] More

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    The Wolf of Wall Street (2013)

    This sentence, uttered by the character Leonardo DiCaprio plays in this film, also contains the essence of the plot of the film about Jordan Belfort – a moment in which he was at his peak and felt invincible and powerful, a moment that is at the same pace of speed of arrival. and passed. We […] More

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    The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (2013)

    Everyone in life watches at least one film that leaves a special mark and an indelible mark on it. There aren’t a lot of movies like that, so when you run into it you really remember it. For me, it’s this movie. Walter Mitty (Ben Stiller) is a withdrawn and lonely employee of the magazine […] More

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    Les Visiteurs (1993)

    You may have noticed that in some earlier reviews, when it comes to comedies, we have often been of the opinion that good comedies, except for a good sketch that runs here and there, have not existed for decades and that the general situation is catastrophic when film humor is in question. However, when it […] More

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