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A few impressions on “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” 

Commencing onscreen with a pretty perfect performance by Joe Johnston, the movie has received a tons of praise by audiences (no doubt overshadowed just a bit by Iron Man’s omega level debauchery and Thor’s pecs). I was just wondering about how the Russos brothers would play the up-coming parts to Captain America: The First Avenger. Would some ideas of Johnston […]

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Review on ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’: Intelligent, superheroic

Concerning about the term “Network”, Paddy Chayefsky has brought out several points of views that still echo till today’s world that once were shown to the audience by Peter Finch’s newsman Howard Beale in the role of barrier towards one of television’s dramatic shortcomings: “We’ll tell you anything you want to hear; we lie like hell. We’ll tell you that Kojak always gets the […]

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Hereditary – the obsession of genetic insidiousness

A question being posed: Can you indicate that between the acknowledgment of someone’s own destruction; or to be unavoidably damned; which one is more tragic? This question rooted from a lot of Greek anecdotes; which influences over Hereditary; a gutting family disaster enveloped by Hawthornian insidiousness and blessed with pig’s blood. Ari Aster‘s presentation include […]

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Hereditary – new revolution in cinematic industry

In our epoch, the horror movies are not merely films full of bloody scenes and some jump-scares supported with mysterious music. Now, the “horror” side is crafted with a real depth inside our mental with the hands of young and talented moviemakers. And Hereditary isn’t an exception; thanks to the clever hands of Ari Aster […]

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Captain America: Marvel’s most ‘mature’ picture

To this point, we finally inhale in our breath a new wind, which is deliberately but zestfully rebellious about this movie. There is nothing that Stephen McFeely and Christopher Markus are sensitive about. Right from one of the first scene on screen, in a play line, Captain America says: “You’re holding a gun to everyone on Earth and calling it protection,” towards Fury. And […]

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Ant-Man and the Wasp – a good choice after all

In case regardless you’re attempting to get over the stunning completion of “Avengers: Infinity War,” at that point “Ant-Man and the Wasp” (in theaters July 6) is an appreciated sight. Similarly as with the previous chapter, the chief Peyton Reed (“Bring It On”) blends activity and snickers, and this time he conveys a standout amongst […]

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The effort has been paid with Ant-Man and the Wasp

In spite of the fact that it was stuck with superheroes and sidekicks and scoundrels and all way of pompous CGI-empowered frenzy, this current spring’s hurling Avengers: Infinity War felt like it was missing something. Something fun. Something little. Here is the compulsory spoiler alarm for the individuals who yet to see the US$2.03-billion-earning artistic beast […]

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