When your life is dominated by pain… (Cake movie review)

‘Cake’, directed by Daniel Barnz, tell the story of Claire (Jennifer Aniston) – a woman who is marked by double pain. She suffers mentally...

Perform or…die (Synecdoche, New York movie review)

Death can happen only once in a lifetime. In the theatre, you can die infinitely many times. But what happens when you blur the...

When death is a narrator… (The Book Thief movie review)

“The Book Thief’ is not only a crushing story about war. It’s also a beautiful narration about the power of literature and words that...

Remember, remember, the fifth of November… (V for Vendetta movie review)

‘V for Vendetta’ is a story of a dystopian alternative reality of a futuristic Great Britain and the grotesque, fascist government that has taken...

Rudeness is the expression of fear (The Grand Budapest Hotel movie...

In ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ Wes Anderson is creating a metaphor of the collapse of Europe. What’s important – his creation is more like...

Death as a product (Nightcrawler movie review)

Pictures and videos of death are always controversial. How far can photographer/ film-maker go to make a vision of  a dead body visually attractive?...

Distract me from the reality (Detachment movie review)

Albert Camus said once: “And never I have felt so deeply at one and the same time so detached from myself and so present...

A case of female hysteria (Fatal Attraction movie review)

The exact cause of hysteria is not clearly defined. Some of the symptoms of female hysteria are faintness, nervousness, insomnia, fluid retention, heaviness in...

Something that makes familiar things look strange… (The Mist movie review)

‘The Mist’, directed by Frank Darabont, could be described as a leap into madness. Stephan King says that madness is a kind of intellectual...

Let your pain go away (The Invitation movie review)

A traumatic experience creates a speechless fright that divides or destroys identity. It can easily disrupts attachments between self and others by challenging fundamental...

Killing me softy (Gone Girl movie review)

‘Gone Girl’ is not just a gripping thriller, which was centered around the dangerous game between the spouses. It’s also an interesting and intriguing...

Chaos is order yet undeciphered (Enemy movie review)

A look-alike, or double, is a person person who closely resembles another person. In mythology this creature is a fictional creature, spirit-twin of a...

One… two… three… you die now! (Identity movie review)

‘Identity’, a thriller directed by James Mangold, could be described in one spooky slogan – ‘the worst is yet to come’. Firstly – a...

Never-ending love (Only Lovers Left Alive)

Pop culture gave birth to the pretty sizable herd of vampires. It would be really hard to count all these stories of half scary...

If blood could sing… (Whiplash movie review)

How many dumb ways to die you know? Andrew Neimann from ‘Whiplash’ can imagine only two kinds of death. You die drunk, broke at...

A touch of the Other (The Elephant Man movie review)

‘The Elephant Man’ sounds like the title of a typical family movie with human and not-human creatures that live in something more than realistic...

This is the sad tale of the township of Dogville (Dogville...

This small town would be better defined as not-city because its structure seems to be built on the principle of negation. It reminds architectural...

The worst day in their life (Carnage movie review)

Have you ever heard about  the god of carnage, whose rule's been unchallenged since time immemorial? Roman Polański had. But his ‘Carnage’ is not...

Don’t be afraid of heights, be afraid of failing (Paris, Texas...

‘Paris, Texas’ is a story of one impossible love. She loved him, but all she dreamed about was escape. He loved her, more than...

Nothing is black and white (Suture movie review)

‘Suture’ is a neo-noir thriller. And that’s how David Siegel and Scott McGehee (better known as directors of ‘What Maisie Knew’ and ‘Bee Season’)...