Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill in The Darkest Hour (2017). • Gary Oldman spent a year studying Winston Churchill and his mannerisms before starting on the film. • During his "Best Performance by an Actor" acceptance speech at the Golden Globe Awards ceremonies, Gary Oldman thanked his wife Gisele for putting up with his "crazy for over a year," further adding that she would tell her friends, "I go to bed with Winston Churchill, but I wake up with Gary Oldman." • Gary Oldman also got the Best Actor Academy Award for his performance as Churchill in The Darkes Hour. • • • • •

Game of Thrones Season 8 Personal Review. I started Game of thrones back in 2014. I was really addicted to this show and finished 4 seasons within 2 days. Since then I have been a huge fan of GOT. So when HBO announced there won't be any GOT in 2018 i was both sad and excited. Season 8's first two episodes were slow yet enjoyable since those two had soo many characters moments, reunions and good byes. Really hated how they handled the night King. I thought he was supposed to be the main villain. But it's okay, they were making Cersei the big bad. But in episode 5 they really let me down. Not because the episode was bad, because there were so many unsatisfying moments. Loved the episode, hated the way they handled the characters. It's really frustrating when the actors are giving their best performances and writers aren't doing much. Ending to this series is what I expected. The straks were the main protagonists and they deserved what they got. Hated the way they got it. Idk why they had to do it under 6 episodes. Things were obviously too rushed and had so many illogical things. People became so lazy that they didn't even noticed that coffee cup or water bottle. I will miss this show but I wish they made it better. For me this season is ⭐⭐⭐. PS. Loved the cinematography and soundtrack. . . . . . . . . Follow @ti_pranta for more . . . . .

Movie 477 Paradox 2016 . Pretty neat idea but certainly not original, regardless though I love me some sci-fi! There is one or two scenes I kinda cringed at though, not in a good way lol. You'll have to watch it to find out, no spoilers here and as usual Zoë Bell was bad ass! 6.2/10

Flixwatcher Episode:90 Pride with Jay and Jo from JoJCast . The Guests for this episode are Jay and Jo from JoJCast’s. . Trivia: In interviews to promote the film, Bill Nighy said that the emancipation of gay men and women in the UK in the post-Thatcher years was one of the greatest things to have happened in his lifetime. . Quotes: Gwen: [as the LGSM coalition arrives in Wales] Dai? Your gays have arrived. . Goofs: In the final scene shot outside the Houses of Parliament and set in the late 1980s, Portcullis House is shown in the background. The building was not commissioned until 1992 and only opened in 2001. Also, the Terrace of the Commons is shown in the background of the same scene with marques on it. These would not have been installed in the 1980s and were a later addition. . RATINGS: IMDB Rating-7.8/10 Rotten Tomatoes Rating-91% Critics Score|89% Audience Score Flixwatcher Rating – 4.31/5 . If you are interested in listening to this podcast episode to hear our discussions and how we came to this rating visit go to iTunes or Stitcher and search for “Flixwatcher”. Visit our website *LINK IN BIO* for more details. . ☝☝Follow Us☝☝

Flixwatcher Episode:90 Pride with Jay and Jo from JoJCast . The highest score from the Flixwatcher Episode Crew was a Recommendability score of 5/5 . Trivia: At the time of the film's release, the final remaining coal mines in the UK were closing. It is no longer acceptable to burn coal due to the 2008 Climate Change Act. The UK's last deep coal mine at Kellingley in Yorkshire closed in December 2015. . Quotes: Joe: The thing is I'm actually from Bromley. Mike: Well, don't worry about that. We're a broad church. . Goofs: There is a shot of vehicles driving along a 4-lane motorway, presumably the M4. There were no 4-lane motorways in 1984. . RATINGS: IMDB Rating-7.8/10 Rotten Tomatoes Rating-91% Critics Score|89% Audience Score Flixwatcher Rating – 4.31/5 . If you are interested in listening to this podcast episode to hear our discussions and how we came to this rating visit go to iTunes or Stitcher and search for “Flixwatcher”. Visit our website *LINK IN BIO* for more details. . ☝☝Follow Us☝☝

Flixwatcher Episode:90 Pride with Jay and Jo from JoJCast . The lowest score from the Flixwatcher Episode Crew was a Engagement score of 4/5 . Trivia: The coal miners' strike that began in March 1984 was regarded as illegal in England and Wales, as no national ballot was taken. (A ballot by the Scottish NUM meant that the strike was legal in Scotland.) . Quotes: Bromley: Just for future reference... my name is Joe! Jonathan: You tell him, Bromley. . Goofs: The Laura Ashley wallpaper the women admire on their trip to London is from the 1987 catalogue and wasn't available in 1984. . RATINGS: IMDB Rating-7.8/10 Rotten Tomatoes Rating-91% Critics Score|89% Audience Score Flixwatcher Rating – 4.31/5 . If you are interested in listening to this podcast episode to hear our discussions and how we came to this rating visit go to iTunes or Stitcher and search for “Flixwatcher”. Visit our website *LINK IN BIO* for more details. . ☝☝Follow Us☝☝

"Of Christmas Miracles" A review of Satoshi Kon's "TOKYO GODFATHERS" (2003) Animes, in general, are not seen as an exclusive realm of children's and family films unlike animated films such as Pixar or Disney. Instead it often veers towards adult stories and themes where it is given a kind of freedom that is quite impossible in real life. This is an anime film both heartbreaking and heartwarming with a story that'll never be greenlit by the usual animation studios. At the centre of it all are our three main characters - one a depressed alcoholic, another a transvestite who longs to give motherly affection, and a runaway teenager. Together they have formed a 'family' of sorts, homeless, living off the scraps of the streets of Tokyo. They each have a story to tell, all of them more complex than it would appear initially. On a Christmas Eve , they come upon an abandoned baby in the trash. What follows is them trying to give it, atleast for a few days, a home during the time of the year that could make lonely people feel the true pangs of solitude. "It's a miracle!" One says as they find the baby. And truly, the entire movie seems to be based on enormous coincidences. There are unexpected reunions, narrow escapades, close encounters with accidents. And it begins to feel jarring but by the end of it all, you simply sit and accept this fate as divine intervention. The story seems to be the Japanese anti-thesis to the tale of Jesus Christ and the three Wise Men. Our three Stooges are more 'fools' than 'wise men'. They do not travel long ways in search of the miracle baby but instead stumble upon it by accident. They do not bring gifts for it, instead they try to return it to it's rightful parents. The movie is filled with unexpected pathos with a splash of hard-boiled action. There are scenes in a gay bar, in an alley of homeless dwellings, in a drugstore, that seem forlorn and hopeless, and then other scenes of surprising warmth, tear-jerker scenes all leading up to a sensational ending in which two lives are saved in a way possible only in animes. Quite unexpectedly, this is a gem of a Christmas classic.

Use of Colour in Film: Black and White ~~~~~~~~~ Nebraska (2013) ~~~~~~~~~ Schindler’s List (1993) ~~~~~~~~~ Blue Jay (2016) ~~~~~~~~~ Raging Bull (1980) ~~~~~~~~~ Frankenweenie (2012) ~~~~~~~~~ The Third Man (1949) ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~

Progress photo of the man who has made the vast majority of my favourite films... @tarantinoxx

一昨日観に行った「芳華」のパンフレットの中身が余りに素晴らしくて感動🥺 1枚づつ切り離してあって袋に入ってて、開けたらそのままポスターにも出来そうなクオリティの写真がズラリ! 登場人物全員がとにかく美しくて、映画の素晴らしさがまた蘇ります! このプログラム考えた人センスあるなあ。

“Ma ricordati, cuore e corpo ci vengono dati una volta sola. La maggior parte di noi non riesce a fare a meno di vivere come se avesse a disposizione due vite, la versione temporanea e quella definitiva, più tutte quelle che stanno in mezzo. Invece di vita ce n’è una sola, e prima che tu te ne accorga ti ritrovi col cuore esausto e arriva un momento in cui nessuno lo guarda più, il tuo corpo, e tantomeno vuole avvicinarglisi. Adesso soffri. Non invidio il dolore in se. Ma ti invidio, Questo dolore.”

I think this film could be the definition of awesome, sets itself apart as being an incredibly well-executed, acted and immersive thrill ride, with a signature blend of action that is definitely worth seeing on the big screen. Read my full ★★★★★ review of John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum on my Letterboxd (link in bio)

N°30 "Comme un aimant" (2000) . Directed and written by Akhenaton and Kamel Saleh . Rue de la charité, Marseille, France (2018) . The atmospheric Panier quarter changes over the years. The Panier was a poor district of Marseille and is known for is mafia past . Today is a peaceful and quiet tourist destination🍸. . The story of a group of friends, stars of a quiet life of night breaks and free time in a poor district of Marseille ☀️. One summer, a tragedy with racism as the key will fall on their lives. .

Am 15. August startet "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" bei uns in Deutschland. Es ist der insgesamt neunte Spielfilm von Quentin Tarantino. Bei der Drama-Crime-Verfilmung über die Morde der Manson Familie übernehmen Leonardo Di Caprio, Brad Pitt sowie Margot Robbie die Hauptrollen.

A Bag of Marbles (2017)

A week ago, I watched a live action film(실사화 영화) titled After watching the film, I could feel cool and hilarious of the film😆 Pokemon characters were adorable, storyline was simple and I could laugh a lot in a long time(오랜만에) That means, the film was good to me😂 . 一週間の前に、私は「名探偵ピカチュウ」という実写映画を見ました。見た後には、私はこの映画のことからクールで陽気に感じられました😆 ポケモンはとても可愛いし、ストーリーは難しくなかったし、そして私は久しぶりに笑いました。その意味は、この映画は私に素敵だと思い出させました😂 . 오랜만에 마음편하게 웃으면서 봤던 영화였어요 피카츄, 이상해씨, 푸린, 고라파덕 같은 포켓몬들은 진짜 <신비한 동물사전>느낌이 나서 실제로 만져보고 싶었다는 충동이 들었어요😆😆😆 좀 뻔하고 유치할 수도 있지만, 결론은 재밌습니다 ㅎㅎ

'The Climb' - Michael Angelo Covino - USA - Comedy / Drama - - Cannes 2019 - Un certain regard 'The climb' is a film that tried to do a version of Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly's 'Step Brothers' or at least sought the same 'comic' situations between 2 characters, in this case best friends. This bromance is indeed funny, you will laugh a lot but at some point this gags become the only reason why you keep watching the movie. The story does not go anywhere, the 2 characters are at some point stupid because of their choices and it's not in an assumed way as the Will Ferrell movies. While trying to depict the evolution between a toxic friendship, the narrative becomes boring in the end - - Visually, the cinematography is well done, but there is nothing, absolutely nothing new, original. There are some scenes that I would cut out for giving more drama to the film which needs desperately some spicy moments. However it stills an enjoyable movie for a sunday night in family, very relaxing and 'soft' piece. - Not the best and not the worst of my screenings at Cannes. - -

- "Hiç kimse tamamen kötü olamaz; ya onları şartlar kötü biri yapmıştır ya da kötü işler yaptıklarını bilmiyorlardır." - "Nobody is entirely evil; it's that circumstances that make them evil, or they don't know they are doing evil." . Delicatessen - 1991