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Going Vertical Film Review [Движение вверх] (2017) – Russian America Basketball

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Sports drama film have always been popular worldwide, as it resonates easily with the audience of different countries. And Going Vertical is exactly that for the Russian audience, especially regarding the heroic win over the USA in the 1972 Munich Olympic.

The Post (2017) Mini Film Review

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Watching this film, I can understand why Steven Spielberg felt that this film needed to be made in today’s world, more specifically in today’s America. Based on the true story of the newspaper “The Post” and how they decided to expose years of government secrets concerning the Vietnam War for the good of the American … Read moreThe Post (2017) Mini Film Review

The Edge of Seventeen (2016) Mini Film Review

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It’s a film that has the common theme of coming-of-age that has been so prevalent in many movies nowadays. Usually, they are a bit of a hit and miss, relying on typical cliches that drive me bored when you have seen them too many times. The Edge of Seventeen, at first, seems to contain every … Read moreThe Edge of Seventeen (2016) Mini Film Review

91 Days (2016) Anime Review

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91 days is an original anime series directed by Hiro Kaburagi and produced by Shuka Studio. It is one of those anime series that is not based on a manga or light novel, which is pretty rare nowadays. Also, Funimation has released the English dub but I would suggest watching the Jap version instead, which I … Read more91 Days (2016) Anime Review

Sing (2016) Mini Film Review

Sing is created by the same studio that brings you the Despicable Me series and of course, that includes the famous Minions! So now that they have gained success in The Secret Life of Pets, which seems to prove they are able to produce equally market grossing original movie without relying on the minions. With that … Read moreSing (2016) Mini Film Review

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them Film Review (2016) – Harry Potter Spin-off

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It’s been years since we left the magical world of Harry Potter back in 2011, which is a full 5 years of absence from Hogwarts! Damn, how time flies, and now JK Rowling invites us back to a similar world except this time it’s set in New York, America. Truthfully, I do not have a … Read moreFantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them Film Review (2016) – Harry Potter Spin-off

Nightcrawler Film Review (2014) – Gyllenhaal’s Sociopath Photojournalist

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Nightcrawler features Jake Gyllenhaal, who is famous for his role in Donnie Darko, The Day after Tomorrow and Source Code, as a sociopath who discovered his skills as stringer after an encounter with one. Jake plays as Louis “Lou” Bloom, who does not feel the same emotion as normal humans.

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