Current War (2017)
Thomas Edison (Benedict Cumberbatch) is on the verge of the greatest technological revolution in world history: after the invention of the light bulb, he is going to bring light to…

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Review of the film "Hemingway and Gellhorn"
Hemingway and Gellhorn (2012) Hemingway & gellhorn biographical, drama, melodrama Director: Philip Kaufman Cast: Nicole Kidman, Clive Owen, David Strathairn, Rodrigo Santoro, Molly Parker Retro from the HBO channel is…

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Current War (2017)
Thomas Edison (Benedict Cumberbatch) is on the verge of the greatest technological revolution in world history: after the invention of the light bulb, he is going to bring light to…

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the universe

She has a chicken egg in her chest

Ninth (2019)

action, drama, historical, thriller
Director: Nikolai Khomeriki
Cast: Daisy Head, Evgeny Tsyganov, Dmitry Lysenkov, Jonathan Solway, Yuri Kolokolnikov
Premiere: November 7, 2019
It was dreamed that “Ninth” was our answer to “Sherlock Holmes” by Guy Ritchie: figured fights of aristocrats in frock-coats knee-deep in mud, deduction and courage. It was dreamed that the Ninth, as the successor, the new big film of the progressive producer Rodnyansky, will inherit everything that was successful in the controversial Duelist – the world of embellished Petersburg of an obscure era breathing Continue reading

All little stars have a reason

Lil Peep: Everything for Everyone (2019)
Everybody’s everything
documentary
Directors: Sebastian Jones, Ramez Silyan
Cast: Lil Peep
Premiere: November 21, 2019
For several years, Gustav Ar has gone from an unknown musician with SoundCloud, who shot clips on a terrible chromakey and recorded tracks while his mother sleeps in the next room, to the star, to whose Continue reading

Ryan, we have a corpse, maybe postmodern

Get out the knives (2019)
Knives out
detective, drama, comedy, thriller
Director: Ryan Johnson
Cast: Daniel Craig, Ana de Armas, Don Johnson, Jamie Lee Curtis, Tony Collette
Premiere: November 28, 2019
The day after a party in honor of the 85th anniversary of the famous writer Harlan Tromby (Christopher Plummer), he is found dead in his own bed. Everything indicates suicide, and a large grieving family is Continue reading

Review of the film "Raving Riot: Rave at Parliament"
Raving riot: Parliament rave (2019) Raving riot documentary Director: Stepan Polivanov Premiere: October 24, 2019 In May 2018, anti-drug raids in two clubs are held in Tbilisi. One of them…

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Films of 2019. Summary
Summing up the outgoing year, tremblingly recalling the good and closing the door to the bad, as a rule, is easy and pleasant. However, in the cinema of 2019, something…

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Wheelbarrow for pumping
FORD vs FERRARI (2019) Ford v Ferrari biographical, action, drama, sports Director: James Mangold Cast: Christian Bale, Matt Damon, John Burntal, Robert Sparta, Katrina Balf Premiere: November 14, 2019 To…

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Religion and Rage: A Short Guide to Martin Scorsese's filmography
Scorsese’s full-length debut is a rough, energetic exploration of the life of a young American of Italian descent. The hero Harvey Keitel fights with his own conscience and is torn…

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