Category Archives: Cinema

Why it took me so long to watch this? Interstellar edition

Let’s face it. I have a beef with movies which mess with the concept of time. I am yuge fan of Nolan’s other works, you name it, Memento, Prestige, the Batman trilogy. However, I’ve been postponing his latest one, Interstellar (2014), until three … Continue reading

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All the Way LBJ!

Admittedly, every role that Bryan Cranston plays makes it seems irresistibly cool. I have declared myself as staunch supporter of him before and again I was not disappointed. His performance on the film All the Way (2016) was world-class. People have … Continue reading

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My big fat Greek wedding, μέρος 2ο

That’s it, time for something not serious. I remembered when I first watched the first part and it was hilarious, but this time seeing this in the US is another story. Maybe it is funny because deep inside I might end … Continue reading

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The Railway Man

I promise you after this film riding a train i never going to be the same experience. I absolutely adore Colin Firth, not so much Nicole Kidman, thus I decided to give it a hesitant try. The plot goes as follows: Eric Lomax, … Continue reading

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The last king of Scotland

So they were still making great films 10 years ago… The reason I picked this movie is my utmost admiration of Forest Whitaker as an actor and my genuine curiosity for the title. Well, it turns out I was not … Continue reading

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Bridge of Spies

Here is a movie I saw a while ago and didn’t have time to review it. Guess what? It is about the cold war period again and is based on real-life events! The basic plot goes as follows: a Soviet … Continue reading

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Trumbo

Simply astonishing. I have only high praises to make. Take the performances, take the direction, take the screenplay, take above all the content which is based on the true life events of Dalton Trumbo, an american screenwriter black-listed on the … Continue reading

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