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  • The Third Man

    The Third Man


    The leading actor: Vienna. Bombed capital of Austria, divided into four Allied occupation zones. Dark nights. Black shadows, always in fearful motion. Dull, gray daylight. Sewers that look like abandoned gothic cathedrals. The city is ruled by black market. Shady characters roam lonely streets. Hasty footsteps echo on the damp cobblestones. Vienna has gone through terrible times. And still there will be some uncertain years left.

    In the middle of it: The Zither music of Anton Karas. In additon to…

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  • The Collini Case

    The Collini Case


    COLLINI tries a little too hard to be fit for the masses and therefore remains a bit superficial. Nevertheless, the movie deals with its topic so factual accurate that it's worth paying attention to. Unfortunately the lawyer's robe is a little too big for the main actor. But it's very cool to see Django in action again.

  • Aliens



    And crawling on the planet's face,
    some insects called the human race.
    Lost in time, and lost in space.
    And meaning.
    - The Narrator (Rocky Horror Picture Show)

    The human race is so insignificant in cosmic dimensions and still believes to be the measure of all things in the universe. For this reason, I have always loved stories in which humankind reaches its limits and recognizes its own dispensability. In which man is forced to acknowledge both his weakness and…

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  • Pet Sematary

    Pet Sematary

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    By far the scariest part of the story was Jason Clarke in the role of a warmhearted and loyal family man.

    Does horror actually only arise if the protagonists do exactly what normal people would never do?

    Why do authors, screenwriters and directors of horror stories believe that people act always irrational in uncomfortable situations? I can’t remember when I saw the last horror movie, in which the characters rationally responded to threats. How boring this genre has become ...…

  • Solo: A Star Wars Story

    Solo: A Star Wars Story


    Lando: „I hate you.“
    Han: “I know.”

    retro look | Chewbacca | Lando Calrissian | Millennium Falcon | Enfys Nest | L3-37 | train heist | Kessel Run | score (those passages where John Powell is inspired by John Williams) | above all: the absence of Kylo Ren

    Dryden Voss | Lady Proxima | sterility of some environments | circus of references | weak plot development | cameo (at the end of the movie) | the last shot…