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Woman on the verge of a nervous breakdown: review of the mini-series "Mrs. Fletcher"
The new HBO project is a frank and leisurely drama about a woman who starts life from scratch after her son leaves for college. Mrs. Fletcher (2019) Mrs. Flatcher comedy…

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Woman on the verge of a nervous breakdown: review of the mini-series "Mrs. Fletcher"
The new HBO project is a frank and leisurely drama about a woman who starts life from scratch after her son leaves for college. Mrs. Fletcher (2019) Mrs. Flatcher comedy…

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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…

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Downton Abbey (2019)
Downton abbey
drama
Director: Michael Engler
Cast: Michelle Dockery, Matthew Goode, Tuppence Middleton, Maggie Smith, Elizabeth McGovern
Premiere: November 21, 2019
The silverware shines, the fireplace in the living room is divorced, the maids brushed off the last dust from the openwork railings, the dresses were delivered from the city, and the footmen’s shoes were polished to a shine: at the Downton Abbey, the most high-ranking guests, the royal couple, are preparing Continue reading

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

No one pity, life is a big dump: Review of the second season of the series “End *** th world”

The end of the *** th world (2017)
The End of the F *** ing World
drama, comedy, romance, adventure, thriller
Directors: Jonathan Entwistle, Lucy Chernyak, Destiny Ekaraga, Lucy Forbes
Cast: Jessica Barden, Alex Lawther, Steve Oram, Christine Bottomley, Naveen Chowdhury
Two years have passed since the events of the first season. Alyssa and her family moved to the British wilderness, works as a waitress and prepares for an imminent wedding. Everyone seems to be happy, but the girl, on the contrary, is sad: she constantly remembers the trip with James and wonders what Continue reading

When the deadline is on

Sin (2019)
Sin
biographical, drama, historical
Director: Andrei Konchalovsky
Cast: Alberto Testone, Orso Maria Gerrini, Massimo De Frankovic, Glen Blackhall, Jacob Dil
Premiere: November 14, 2019
Michelangelo Buonarotti (Alberto Testone) can’t finish the vault of the great Sistine Chapel: he once again overdue the deadline under the pretext that the work is “unfinished”, because there is no limit to perfection. The Pope, however, thinks differently and calls Michelangelo’s creation the best that has appeared in the entire history of Christian culture, and himself – only as “divine.” Having left the chapel, Continue reading

We sign up for nails

Charlie’s Angels (2019)
Charlie’s angels
action, comedy, adventure
Director: Elizabeth Banks
Cast: Kristen Stewart, Ella Balinska, Naomi Scott, Elizabeth Banks, Sam Cloughlin
Premiere: November 14, 2019
Programmer Elena (Naomi Scott) is working on an innovative technology that allows you to draw energy from almost the air. At the very deadline, she finds in her development a vulnerability that could allow Continue reading

About White to be honest
A few years ago, Polina and Igor Belov lost their son. Not reconciled to the painful loss, heartbroken parents go to a Christian out-of-town shelter. While her husband met with…

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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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Who did the “stars” before they became famous all over the world?
Every time we see beloved celebrities on television or on the pages of magazines, it’s hard to believe that not so long ago they were ordinary people who had to…

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One of a kind family jail movie
The Shawshank Redemption (1994) The shawshank redemption drama thriller Director: Frank Darabont Cast: Tim Robbins, Morgan Freeman, Bob Ganton, William Sadler, Clancy Brown Premiere: October 24, 2019 To be honest,…

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