I remember back 20 years (+-) or so when the first Jurassic Park movie came out. At one museum in my city (the capital of an East-European country) they had those robotic dinosaurs they used in the original Jurassic Park movie for an expo for a couple of weeks. I went there with my dad an I […]
So, first of all let me welcome you back on this website. I decided to give it a small face-lift so I changed the theme to a more responsive one (as I am assuming that you read this blog from your tablet, mobile phone or laptop).
It’s hard for me to imagine now that this one it’s just one year before the ground-breaking “The sixth sense”. M. Night Shyamalan is one of my favorite directors (as you will see, I will try not to write as much about the movies that I haven’t enjoyed).
There are two movie pictures that I wait for this year. One of them is this one. If you can’t guess which is the next one, I’ll tell you: The Dark Knight Rises. Let’s leave that one for its own article an keep concentrating on this one, from who’s euphoria I haven’t yet come back […]
Lockout – or the latest Luc Besson’s production. “Based on an original idea of Luc Besson” says more than three times during the credits, in the beginning, and at the end of the picture (funny thing, because he lost a lawsuit for plagiarism for this movie).
Later edit: I wrote this piece 6 years ago. I remember exactly how pissed of I was when I saw the rooster and realize how much of a bs it was. Makes me want to watch Glengarry Glen Ross again.
Kramer vs. Kramer doesn’t make sense today if you watch it, because what used to be strange it’s now the normal.
Was Shakespeare a fraud? A question that’s been asked for hundreds of years and Roland Emmerich decided to run some light on this legend via Anonymous – a movie starring Rhys Ifans.