+Ve onu hep sevdin. -Evet. Güzel bir şey gördüğümde ağladım hep. Ondan bir türlü kopamadım. İnsanı sevdiğinden koparmak çok zalimce. +Hikayen çok acıklı.. -Aşk bitince geriye dünyanın en hüzünlü hikayesi kalır. ‘ Hable Con Ella Yönetmen: Pedro Almodovar IMDB puanı: 8.0 Türkçe adı: Konuş Onunla #hableconella #pedroalmodovar #klasik #sanat #filmvia #cultfilm #cinephile
Découvrez le 26 décembre une aventure hors du commun avec le film Mia Et Le Lion Blanc ! 🎬
*** New Official Movie 🎥🎞 Poster 📜 *** #SonicTheHedgehog
With a moving poster dropping today, can a teaser trailer be that far behind? I would have naturally been skeptical by this project but based on the trailer for Detective Pikachu which amazingly won me over, I’m less doubtful. The film is set to star Ben Schwartz as Sonic the Hedgehog and Jim Carrey as Sonic's nemesis Dr. Ivo Robotnik, alongside James Marsden as Tom Wachowski, Tika Sumpter, Natasha Rothwell, Adam Pally, and Neal McDonough. Will this live action video game be one of the first features to get a high score or an instant game over?
Sonic The Hedgehog spins into theaters November 8, 2019 release.
#Cinephile #CinephileCommunity #Movie #Movies #Action #LiveAction #VideoGame #Sonic #BenSchwartz #JimCarrey #JamesMarsden #TikiSumpter #DrewReview
③타는 듯이 더운
I’m going to start doing movie reviews again! But instead of doing full on blog posts I’ll be doing these smaller pocket reviews. It’ll be easier for me to keep up hah. I was able to see an early screening of @bumblebeemovie
this weekend so here are my thoughts!
I’ve tasked myself with seeing at least 52 different movies in theaters a year. While I’m at it, I figured I’d share my thoughts on each film.
Whether you’re a brother or whether you’re a mother...
The great Kenneth Branagh was born on this date in 1960 in #Belfast
, Northern Ireland. Branagh has been nominated for five #Oscars
in his career, with each nomination remarkably coming in a different category (Actor, Supporting Actor, Director, Adapted Screenplay, Live Action Short). #KennethBranagh
The Secret in Their Eyes (2009) **** / Argentina. Psychological thriller depicting a judiciary employee and a judge who try to find answers to an old criminal case. Well-developed characters tied to the political situation in Argentina in 1975 and 1999 with a notably excellent performance by Ricardo Darín.
Directed by Juan José Campanella, Son of the Bride (2001), Same Love, Same Rain (1999)
🎬 MARCHE OU CRÈVE de Margaux Bonhomme .
Elisa, une adolescente de 17 ans, va voir sa vie changer lorsque sa mère quitte le foyer. Elle va devoir s’occuper avec son père, de sa sœur lourdement handicapée. Ce film m’a totalement bouleversée. Magistralement interprétée par la talentueuse Diane Rouxel, ce film véhicule des messages forts sur la famille, sur le handicap et sur l’amour au sein de la fratrie. C’est un plaidoyer d’amour et la réalisatrice arrive à nous émouvoir. C’est extrêmement bien joué. Ce film a eu des prix notamment pour Manon la sœur handicapée, qui livre un grand rôle. Véritable bijou cinématographique, ne vous fiez pas au titre. Foncez y pour la justesse des acteurs et la réalisation parfaite .
🙎🏻♀️ Myriam A.
Carrying forward the formidable tale of young Adonis Creed, who this time, faces a monumental obstacle in the form of Viktor Drago- the son of the very man who killed his father in an infamous match thirty three years ago. Burdened with an unwanted legacy, what starts out as a prestige issue for the reigning champion, slowly grows into an indelible strain upon the protagonist's psyche as he yearn to prioritise his reason, his very purpose to fight, as we often find ourselves asking that what (who) exactly are we fighting for? Rich in characterization and imbued with unbridled motivation, an eternal staple of Rocky films, the narrative is a force to reckon with, amplified by stellar performances from the cast. A triumphant tale which aptly traces the torment ridden path traversed by the hero, in his exuberant search for his very identity.
Cast- Michael. B. Jordan, Sylvester Stallone, Dolph Lundgren, Tessa Thompson, Florian Munteanu.
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First Impressions: Seven Samurai (1954)
Welcome to First Impressions, a series I where I give my initial thoughts after watching a huge critically acclaimed film. Now I watched this film two weeks ago but only got to posting it today because I love procrastination.
Now, one fear I had about Seven Samurai was that the movie would have extremely slow pacing due to its three hour run time. But others have told me that the film is actually well paced and that three hours fly by without you noticing, and you know what, they were absolutely right. This film is paced very well, it just has a long story and it doesn’t want to rush anything, which is perfectly fine. I also love how natural all the performances were. This movie came out in the 1950s and during that time several movies that came out all felt like a bunch of actors reciting lines on a set, but this film sure didn’t feel anything remotely like that at all. For a film made in the 1950s I have to say, the fighting scenes look very realistic and the battle scenes were well executed. The cinematography is also a strong point of this film. There’s just something about the way that Kurosawa frames a shot that makes every shot look so interesting in this film. The shots were framed very well and I loved the use of silence during certain scenes in this film. As of right now I still feel like this film is far from perfect and here’s why. Personally for me, I could not feel any weight for when anyone important died in the movie. I thought that the gaps in between each battle scene during the raid were too long and that they killed off any suspense that could have been building up in the film. Now, normally a film with this many flaws would end up with an 8/10 but because of how many good qualities this film had to offer, I think I can settle with giving this film a 9/10 for now. Thanks to all who recommended this to me and urged me to watch this!
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“I'm not employed here. I'm not a book salesman. I took one look at you and followed you into the store. If you'd walked into a restaurant, I would have become a waiter. If you'd walked into a burning building, I would have become a fireman. If you'd walked into an elevator, I would have stopped it between two floors and we'd have spent the rest of our lives there. Please forgive me but you can't walk out of my life like that.” I wish that dialogue in films were still that sentimental. Heaven Can Wait is probably my favorite Ernst Lubitsch film. This was his first Technicolor film and man the color is so rich. Heaven Can Wait is probably most remembered for Gene Tierney’s outrageous hairstyle towards the end of the film… she looks like Minnie Mouse. Now with that being said when I first watched this film when Gene Tierney walked into the room to meet the family for the first time she took my breath away. Only a handful of actresses have been able to do that: Grace Kelly, Lauren Bacall, Audrey Hepburn, and Natalie Wood. It’s safe to say no actresses from today have. I’m glad that the Criterion Collection finally released this on blu-ray.
#heavencanwait #ernstlubitsch #donameche #genetierney #lairdcregar #thegoldenage #criterioncollection #criterions #bluraycollector #blurayjunkie #blurayaddict #bluray #blurays #blusday #cinephile #cinephilecommunity #criterionsale #barnesandnoble
Cast: #HughDancy #MaggieGyllenhaal #FelicityJones #RupertEverett #JonathanPryce
Tanya Wexler’s film about the invention of the vibrator. Sexual liberation tool.
Joseph Mortimer Granville had the intuition that changed the sexual customs of an era.
In nineteenth-century psychiatry it was thought that women's disorders such as insomnia, water retention, nervousness and lack of appetite were due to a dysfunction of the uterus (in Greek hysteron), to be treated with an increase in sexual activity or with the long and exhausting practice of pelvic massages.
In reality, the women were simply bored because they were sexually active but neglected by their husbands.