There are two movie pictures that I wait for this year. One of them is this one. If you can’t guess witch is the next one, I’ll tell you: The Dark Knight Rises. Let’s leave that one for it’s own article an keep concentrating on this one, from who’s euphoria I haven’t yet come back (it’s been now more than 12 hours). Continue reading “Prometheus”
Anyone seen this movie? Or even heard of? I haven’t since a couple of weeks ago when somebody needed to comment for her management course a certain scene from this movie. It’s about a (dream) team of salesman struggling to get better. Continue reading “Glengarry Glen Ross”
It’s not quite obvious to me why some movies are considered to be relevant for some actors. Probably because of the time that’s been released. Because if you see now, in 2012, for the first time one movie like this one, you don’t get that impressed. Especially the five or six academy award winning Oscar it received in 1990, one of them being for the best director. It’s probably for the message it’s sent, feministic and probably changed a lot of marriages. It’s a movie starring Dustin Hoffman, a relatively young ad guy who work’s he’s way up to the company he works for. A small kid at home, a wife (Meryl Streep)… all the ingredients for a great future. Continue reading “Kramer vs. Kramer”
I have recently decided that Roland Emmerich is one of my favorite movie directors. Independence Day is one movie I watch with the same interest each time it’s on tv. And I still feel some tension until the first missle hits the alien space ship above USA. Id made an impression to me as a kid that still holds on until this day.