“Genius”, directed by Michael Grandage, is a fact-based story of Max Perkins (very good Colin Firth), who is a pretty famous literary editor that supports young writers on their way to the success in the demanding and cruel world...
“Focus”, a typical robbery comedy directed by Glenn Ficarra and John Requa, uses two narrative schemes – of story about a relation between a master and a student and of a tale about femme fatale. Nicky (Will Smith) is...
“Freedom of speech” is a basis of both – democracy and dialogue, but at the same time it becomes a cliché that radical groups that represent nationalism, racism, homophobia, and anti-Semitism use to justify hate speech. The movie “Denial”,...
“Prisoners”, directed by Denis Villeneuve, is an intricately constructed story, in which a plot is built like a labyrinth. Its dramaturgy seems to be almost errorless, but – unfortunately – the director overdoes with dead ends. The small town...
“A Cure for Welness” by Gore Verbinski, is a hybrid of different genres, closed in a frame of a gothic movie. The director remixes different styles and references to legend of cinema, such as Kubrick, Sorrentino, or – last...
Martin Vail (very good Richard Gere) is a cynical attorney that seems to be almost as popular as top movie stars. In the first part of the movie “Primal Fear”, directed by Gregory Hoblit, he is presented as a...
One of main rules that a professional caretaker must accepts says that you can’t help anyone if you are not able to put yourself together and glue the broken pieces. Caretaking cannot be a remedy for your own problems...
Ten Crawford (very good Anthony Hopkins) takes a moment to look in his beloved wife’s eyes and then shots her in her head. Instead of running a way, he calmly waits with a gun in his hand for the...
“Gerald’s Game” – an adaptation of Stephen’s King book directed by Mike Flanagan – is a very dark story, but its darkness comes neither from extremely brutal events that create action nor from dangerous characters that the protagonist, Jessie...
Olive (great Emma Stone) is a typical introvert from high school – a nice, shy girl that remains unnoticeable for those who create a popular part of student community. One Monday morning the protagonist’s friend asks her about last...

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