Month: November 2019

Italian films are synonymous with quality and beauty. To show this, it is enough to name the works of great film directors of this country such as Federico Fellini, Bernardo Bertolucci, Roberto Rossellini, or Luchino Visconti. Currently, there is a litter of directors such as Guiseppe Tornatore and Paolo Sorrentino, who continue with the extraordinary […]

German cinema has given great movies. We review the 10 best films of German cinema from Dr. Galigari’s cabinet to The life of others. In this selection we mention almost 100 years of the best of German cinema. One of the great film industries has always been the German one. German cinema is, by far, […]

10 FILMS TO FALL IN LOVE WITH ITALY | MOVIE REVIEW

Although they are not possibly the best pieces of the Seventh Art, there are a series of films where all the beauty of Italy unfolds before our eyes. We suggest that list of inspiring feature films as a good exercise to think about your next trip. But it is not a question here of praising […]

12 ESSENTIAL GERMAN FILMS FOR EVERY MOVIE LOVER | MOVIE REVIEW

Germany is a country with a long tradition in the seventh art and has great names like Fritz Lang, Tom Tykwer, Wim Wenders or Rainer Werner Fassbinder. Its film industry is recognized for its innovation and constant search for trends, as well as for having a strong influence of arts such as literature and theater. […]

BEST FRENCH COMEDIES OF RECENT YEARS | MOVIE REVIEW

The good news: French comedy is alive, and French humor hasn’t gone anywhere. If you have not seen these films, then rather include them in your must see list. 99 francs Release year: 2007 Director: Jan Kunen Starring: Jean Dujardin, Jocelyn Kivren We do not cease to be amazed at the talent of Jean Dujardin, […]

TRAGICOMEDY ABOUT HEALTHY AND SICK | MOVIE REVIEW

A little shameless but damn funny and enjoyable movie The fabulously wealthy disabled person, Philip (Cluse), who can only move his head, hires a hefty smiling Negro with a dark past (C). A newcomer-immigrant opens a stranger to a stranger’s patron, a world without aristocratic conventions and awakens a taste for life in a miserable […]

CONTEMPORARY SPANISH CINEMA | MOVIE REVIEW

In 1975, Franco died, but the existence of censorship for cinema dragged on for another two years. But after it was canceled, modern directors were replaced. Some began to take cover from politics and society, explored the depths of national identity. Other directors began to strip people, shooting erotic and candid scenes en peliculas online. […]

SPANISH CINEMA FROM A TO Z | MOVIE REVIEW

Traditions and features of Spanish cinema Traditions and features of Spanish cinema What do we know about Spanish cinema? If you think about this topic, you can recall only a few names of famous Spaniards representing national cinema. Most Spanish film actors of our time are heard by a wide audience only due to their […]

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