Underwater Hell Review (Crawl) with Kaya Scodelario

Watch your back! Today we bring you the review of Underwater Hell (Crawl), the film by the filmmaker Alexandre Aja starring an athletic Kaya Scodelario who has to swim away from toothy crocodile jaws … Hell under water It works wonderfully and we tell you why below. With a simple script written by Michael and … Read more

Movie Review: The Card Counter

07:3824 Oct The Card Counter movie was released to the public on September 10, 2021. This is a movie produced by Martin Scorcese, directed and written by Paul Schrader, and tells us a story about a former serviceman and gambler trying to help one young man looking for revenge on their mutual enemy. In their … Read more

Review: Living – Cineuropa

04/09/2019 – VENICE 2019: Francesca Archibugi continues her observation of the family unit, though her approach lacks any real bite Micaela Ramazzotti in To live Cherish your family, even if it’s falling apart. With To live [+see also: trailerinterview: Francesca Archibugifilm profile], presented out of competition at the Venice Film Festival, Francesca Archibugi is continuing her … Read more

Festivals: Review of “The Power of the Dog” (“The Power of the Dog”), by Jane Campion, with Benedict Cumberbatch, Kirsten Dunst and Jesse Plemons (Official Competition) – # Venecia2021

By Víctor Esquirol, from Venice qualification Published on 09-02-2021 The director of An angel at my table, The piano Lesson, Portrait of a lady, Holy smoke, Raw and Bright Star returned to the cinema after 12 years with a western that Netflix will release worldwide on December 1. The power of the dog (The Power … Read more

‘Dune’ Review – A Stunning Sci-Fi Epic That Rivals Anything In Its Class

Synopsis: Paul Atreides, a brilliant and gifted young man born into a great destiny beyond his understanding, who must travel to the most dangerous planet in the universe to ensure the future of his family and his people. As malevolent forces explode into conflict over the planet’s exclusive supply of the most precious resource in … Read more

‘If Only’: Locarno Review | Reviews

Dir. Geneva Elkann. Italy-France. 2018. 100 mins. Family agonies play out in elegantly sketched, if hardly unfamiliar fashion, in If Only, the debut feature by Italian writer-director Ginevra Elkann, better known as a producer and distributor (respectively, at Italian companies Asmara Films and Good Films). This year’s opening film at Locarno, If Only is essentially … Read more

A Promising Young Woman: Blu-Ray Review

We analyze in Cinemascomics the Blu-Ray of A promising young woman, the winner of the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay. In Cinemascomics we have analyzed the domestic edition on Blu-Ray of A promising young woman, the brand new winner of the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay and was nominated in three other categories, which is … Read more

Review: Atlantide – Cineuropa

02/09/2021 – VENICE 2021: Acclaimed video artist and filmmaker Yuri Ancarani shows us Venice as we’ve never quite seen it on screen before Atlantis [+see also: trailerinterview: Yuri Ancaraniinterview: Yuri Ancarani and Marco Ale…film profile] translates to “Atlantis” in English – the famous submerged city of Greek myth, a metropolis with water coursing through its streets … Read more

Review: The Power of the Dog

22/10/2021 – Macho habits die hard in Jane Campion’s adaptation of a tale rife with psychosexual tension, set in the dying days of the Old West Benedict Cumberbatch in The Power of the Dog Jane Campion’s return to the big screen — or rather, to the feature film format, since The Power of the Dog … Read more