Eddie Redmayne is electrifying as Lili Elbe in “The Danish Girl”

When it comes to films, it’s one of the best feelings to see an actress/actor get justly recognised for ground-breaking performances after having seen them in small secondary roles. Who would have guessed that Eddie Redmayne was the powerhouse performer we now know him to be when Les Misérables (or even My Week With Marilyn)… Read More Eddie Redmayne is electrifying as Lili Elbe in “The Danish Girl”

Mad Men writer Victor Levin takes the director’s seat for “5 to 7”

It’s been a long time since I wrote one of these, and I think it’s because I haven’t found the right movie to write about. I used to think  that reviewing movies was all about watching the latest films and doing a write-up before your contemporaries. Of course, my love for film is not compromised… Read More Mad Men writer Victor Levin takes the director’s seat for “5 to 7”

“Children of Men” pioneers long take trend in mainstream cinema

Earlier in the year, the Acadmy of Motions Pictures Arts & Sciences — also known as the Academy of the Oscars — awarded Birdman the statue for Best Picture, one of the two of the most important  awards of the night. Its fantastic script and wonderful acting pwrformances aside, the movie was hailed for its technical… Read More “Children of Men” pioneers long take trend in mainstream cinema

“The Truman Show”: the authentic ingenuity of Truman Burbank’s life

Hey everyone! Just a quick note: the following review was submitted by our very first contributor, Ms. Lara Kalenderian of ChattyChasity! As far as controversial movies go, The Truman Show definitely earned itself a spot in this category with its thought-provoking dialogue and ground-breaking notions. Some might even go so far as to say that… Read More “The Truman Show”: the authentic ingenuity of Truman Burbank’s life