Just another refugee from the (really) Rotten Tomatoes - and this is now my new home!
This thriller from Sweden mixed up in a couple of family dramas was the official submission of Sweden to the Best Foreign Language Film of the 85th Academy Awards in 2013. Engaging, smart, mildly intriguing were the positives but trying to copy the American counterparts was its downfall. So, it is enjoyable but sometime annoying, too! I liked it, though. The movie features internationally known actors who did a good job with the material they've got to work with.
I really cannot see the point of making this... not a satire or a comedy, not a horror, not a thriller, not a drama... has lots of truth in it but the way it was presented looks very disturbing. Not much artistic value, mostly it is ranting full of rage and hatred. There are already too many of those individuals in the real world from all sides, so if you want to save yourself listening to lots of negativity about the world we are living in… skip it!
Very interesting British science fiction drama co-written and directed by Duncan Jones. Simple, clean, most of the times smooth directing… and very steady pace. The film follows Sam Bell (Sam Rockwell), a man who experiences a personal crisis as he is ready to end a three-year solitary stint mining helium-3 on the far side of the Moon.
Actually, after watching a movie, I have to admit it was a big and pleasant surprise! Deserved praises. The plot is perfect for…
What a pleasure was to watch this Australian/US post-apocalyptic action film directed and produced by George Miller, and written by Miller, Brendan McCarthy and Nico Lathouris!
The fourth installment in the Mad Max franchise has the story set in a future desert wasteland where petrol and water are scarce commodities. Our hero is Max Rockatansky (Tom Hardy), and he gets accidentally at the wrong place at the wrong time and gets captured by strange cult leader. Trying to save his…