The Children Act is the film based on the novel of same name by Ian McEwan, of which I have already made the review. The film, written by McEwan himself, features director Richard Eyre, famous for directing “Iris” and “Notes on a Scandal”, and stars Emma Thompson and Stanley Tucci. Here is my review. Leggi tutto “The Children Act – No Spoiler Review”
A Star is Born is yet another remake of the 1937 film of the same name by William A. Wellaman with Janet Gaynor. The film is passed by Judy Garland, then Barbra Streisand and now Lady Gaga. Writing the screenplay was Oscar winner Eric Roth, along with Will Fetters and Bradley Cooper, who made his directorial debut with this film. Here is the review Leggi tutto “A Star is Born – No Spoiler Review”
BlacKkKlansman is the brand new film directed by Spike Lee, the director of “Do The Right Thing”. The film has been talking about itself for months, that is since it was presented at the Cannes Festival, where it came out winner of the Grand Prix, award for the film that has shown great originality, a sort of second place at the Palme d’Or .
The film is also kept an eye on the award season, especially for Spike Lee, who could become the first African-American to win the Oscar for Best Director. We’ll see. In the meantime here is my review. Leggi tutto “BlacKkKlansman – No spoiler Review”
The Nun is the last long-awaited chapter of the cinematic franchise The Conjuring, and the spin-off of The Conjuring 2. As we understand from the title, this film focuses on Valak, a demon that manifests itself in the form of a nun in the second The Conjuring and that we had also seen in Annabelle: Creation.
Isle of Dogs is the unmissable new film by Wes Anderson. Stop motion animation film set in an almost dystopian future where all the dogs of Japan have been removed to an island because they are sick. Atari, the protagonist, leaves for this island with a kind of aircraft to find his dog- named Spots.