Biographical Movies Worth Watching

Have you ever imagined how the life of famous people looked like? We’ve heard stories about great leaders of the world, amazingly talented artists or simple people that have shaped the world as we know it. Their story are empowered with a living proof of the great life they had and were turned into gorgeous…

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Best Foreign Movies You Should Watch ( Part 2)

We started by enumerating a few good foreign language movies. We have European Festival winners, Asian masterpieces and many more. We pursue the same road and I’ll unveil a few more great movies to watch just to broaden your horizon and understand how culture impacts the cinematic scene. La vita e bella (Life is Beautiful),…

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A List of the Best Foreign Movies You Should Watch (Part One)

Do you love movies that don’t stick to the usual pattern? Have you ever watched a Palme d’Or winner from Cannes Films Festival? Well you should. There is something about these movies, they are not so easy to digest and often the stories presented are a harsh reflection of reality. There are many festivals and…

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Two-Frame Pictogram Movie Posters by Viktor Hertz

Who knew that Kickstarter fosters collaborative creative processes between artists and supporters of projects? Two-frame pictogram movie posters is an interesting project by Viktor Hertz resulted as a collaboration between his Kickstarter supporters, who were involved in his idea right from the beginning. Viktor Hertz, a graphic designer from Sweden wanted to tell the story…

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These Premieres Are Heading Your Way

As the weather turns warmer, so heats up the television lineup. This season is shaping up to be exceptional, especially post The Walking Dead. The Dead wound down, while HBO geared up for the highly anticipated season premiere of Game of Thrones. For those viewers who cannot get enough of the zombies, the CW will…

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Young Directors in Old Hollywood

Here’s something that is going to make a lot of people reading this feel old: the movie directors and writers that you grew up idolizing are now considered “Old Hollywood.” That’s right: the Spielbergs, the Burtons, the Scorseses, the Reiners, and yes, even the Tarantinos. Sure they’re still making movies but for all of their…

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7 Reasons Why You Should Watch St. Vincent (2014) With Bill Murray

1. Bill Murray plays a Vietnam War Veteran, grumpy alcoholic who smokes and gambles regularly and reminds us a lot of the late Walter Matthau, while still definitely being himself. Murray hopped on the train of grumpiness and does it so credible you’d really think he’s the kind of guy that shouts at children to…

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An Interview with Shaun the Sheep Producer and Animator Peter Lord

A dark, amorphous figure stands by a blackened pewter cauldron and is more like a ghost than a homogeneous form. It stares into the black pit that endlessly snaps and crackles like Meg and Mog’s breakfast, eternally bubbling whilst a figure slowly evolves, getting clearer and clearer. The form comes up to the top of…

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A Method Actress in Manhattan: An Interview with Bettina Mangiaracina

A young woman cackles to herself and moves around a flat somewhere in New York City with a lump for mankind in her heart. This kind of figure is straight out of a Batman film and indeed the capital of the United States has its own Gotham, but Manhattan has its own negative connotations as…

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Movie Quotes, Movember Style

Movember first began as a phenomenon to raise awareness for men’s health issues, such as prostate cancer and other male cancers, but now it looks a bit like it’s becoming more of a facial hair mass growing festival all around the world. Most of the people can’t even remember what Movember was about, they just…

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Transformers 4 Rounds Off Filming in Chicago With a Bang

Photo from cinemamadness on tumblr After a busy month of filming in Chicago, director Michael Bay and the large cast and crew of Transformers 4 appear ready to move on. During their time in the city, the movies entourage has torched cars, blown up buildings and flown helicopters under downtown bridges. However, that wasn’t the…

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The bravest films: Lessons to Learn for Facing Autumn and Winter

We’ve all arrived at the time of year when acceptance comes before style: no more ghastly Speedo briefs. The vows of good folks who want to abstain from chocolate and exercise after work are largely forgotten in nights that set in fast and children must now face algebra in school again. The attributes of courage…

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