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Tuesday, March 11, 2014
The list I was making was a list of characters that were on screen for few short scenes but you would like to see a whole movie about them. Someone so mysterious, fascinating and charismatic that you wish they had more scenes in original film and you just couldn't get enough of them.
Monday, March 10, 2014
With 27 days left, HBO has released another epic trailer, this one entitled Secrets - we have some new images here, but sadly no Brienne or Margaery. However we did get the first look at Roose Bolton, new look at Melisandre and plenty of Daenerys.
Friday, March 7, 2014
Wednesday, March 5, 2014
Matthew was just a young kid, who wanted to become a lawyer, when he was discovered in a bar - Richard Linklater offered him a role in Dazed and Confused, now a cult classic movie. From that point while there were roles in some pretty bad films - McConaughey actually stared in Texas Chainsaw Massacre flick, which is at least really entertaining, there was also a lot of high profiles roles like his work in A Time to Kill, Contact and Amistad. It was the first one that made him a star.
And then in 2001 came the Wedding Planner - amusing and charming movie, where Matthew stared as every woman's dream (enter the angry feminists who will yell at me now) - handsome pediatrician who repeatedly saves the protagonist. The film was successful and that caused McConaughey to star in several more romantic comedies - How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days - 2003, opposite Kate Hudson, Failure to Launch, 2006, opposite Sarah Jessica Parker, Fool's Gold, 2008, opposite Kate Hudson and Ghost of Girlfriend's Past, 2009 opposite Jennifer Garner.
Tuesday, March 4, 2014
|By Sati.||Tuesday, March 4, 2014||2014, drama, Jim Jarmusch, movies, O, Only Lovers Left Alive, review, Romance, thriller|
There seems to be at last few additions to Vampire movies subgenre every year nowadays. There are big, loud, obnoxious blockbusters with vampire mythos thrown in there just to attract more audiences and there are small, contemplative movies that won't make big money and won't win any awards (horror genre and everything connected to it is notoriously overlooked when awards are handed out) but they have a chance of becoming cult classic in the future.
Monday, March 3, 2014
Sunday, March 2, 2014
Friday, February 28, 2014
Tuesday, February 25, 2014
|By Sati.||Tuesday, February 25, 2014||12 Years a Slave, articles, blogathons, Blue is the Warmest Color, Dallas Buyers Club, Her, Kings of Summer, Mandela, Spring Breakers, Stoker, The Bling Ring, The Conjuring, The Hunt, The Wolf of Wall Street|
Andrew of Encore's World of Film and TV is hosting his annual blogathon of Motifs in Cinema. I decided to pitch in and explore a theme that was present, one way or another, in many movies last year - Man against society. Whether those films featured characters fighting the law, government or the ideas followed by majority but not themselves, cinematic year of 2013 was filled with the acts of defiance.
Monday, February 24, 2014
My favorite blogger, m.brown, is doing something I never did - he is hosting a blogathon.