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Bojack Horseman - Review of the new season dedicated to the Netflix series

Bojack Horseman - Review of the new season dedicated to the Netflix series

When the first episode came out in August 2014, no one would literally stake a penny on this horse named Bojack. An animated series for adults, but without dirty jokes or improprieties of any kind: only a realistic and truthful discussion of real problems […]

Thirteen - Review of the second season by Netflix

Thirteen - Review of the second season by Netflix

The first season of Thirteen (original title Thirteen Reasons Why) had definitely let herself be talked about, thanks to the courage with which she had managed to deal with difficult topics such as bullying, suicide and sexual violence without any hair on […]

Maleficent 2 Mistress of Evil - Review of the new Disney live action

Maleficent 2 Mistress of Evil - Review of the new Disney live action

Maleficent - Lady of Evil arrives in theaters after the excellent success of the first chapter which narrated the events of Malefica and Aurora, Sleeping Beauty in a different key to the animated version. Returning in the role of the witch will have benefited […]

Return to the 100 Acre Wood - Review of the Christopher Robin movie starring Ewan McGregor

Return to the 100 Acre Wood - Review of the Christopher Robin movie starring Ewan McGregor

It's been a few years now since Marc Forster was chosen by Walt Disney to direct the live action adaptation of one of the US entertainment house's most popular franchises. The adventures of Winnie the Pooh di Alexander Milne it was a very popular children's […]

The Prodigy - Horror review with Jackson Robert Scott

The Prodigy - Horror review with Jackson Robert Scott

March 28 will arrive in our rooms The Prodigy, the new horror film directed by Nicholas mccarthy and written by Jeff Buhler, starring Jackson Robert Scott in the role of Miles Blum. This film was born in the middle of the period of demonic horror, mainly […]

Zack Snyder's Justice League - Snyder Cut Review

Zack Snyder's Justice League - Snyder Cut Review

Zack Snyder's Justice League we have been waiting for it for years, too many in fact. Speculations, gossip, movie and sports stars who boasted of having seen this phantom version of the colossal that we probably all wanted to see on the big screen. Well, […]

Shark - The First Shark - Review of the film with Jason Statham

Shark - The First Shark - Review of the film with Jason Statham

Perhaps not everyone knows that Shark - The first shark it's not exactly an original production. The translation of The Meg mistakenly suggests a reboot of the iconic saga that began with The Shark di Steven Spielberg but in fact this is inspired by […]

Ted Bundy - Criminal Charm - Review of the new movie with Zac Efron

Ted Bundy - Criminal Charm - Review of the new movie with Zac Efron

  America is the country that has contributed - perhaps most of all - to instilling and making concrete the viewer's innermost fears through films. But america is also famous for other primates. The American counterculture of the seventies was the backdrop […]

Marvel's The Punisher Season 2 - Review, the birth of Frank Castle

Marvel's The Punisher Season 2 - Review, the birth of Frank Castle

Writing words towards a TV series that may soon be canceled like his sisters of Netflix it is not exactly encouraging, but perhaps the lightness due to not being afraid to risk or the experience accumulated over the years are precisely the fundamental ingredients […]

Slender Man - Review of the horror film directed by Sylvain White

Slender Man - Review of the horror film directed by Sylvain White

From next September 6th will be screened in theaters Slender Man, the horror film dedicated to the tall faceless demon created by Eric Knudsen (in art Victor Surge). The character was born as a fictional work for a horror-themed illustration competition […]

Another Round - Review of the new movie with Mads Mikkelsen

Another Round - Review of the new movie with Mads Mikkelsen

It seems fair to start this review with a quote from Søren Aabye Kierkegaard. who in one of his texts wrote: “What is youth? A dream. What is love? The content of the dream ". This sentence, perhaps meaningless for many, seems to us instead the perfect […]

Snowpiercer - Review of the controversial Netflix TV series

Snowpiercer - Review of the controversial Netflix TV series

Snowpiercer is the name of the film adaptation of the graphic novel created by the authors Jacqaues Lob e Jean Michel Charlier, with the name of Le Transperceneige; distributed worldwide as Snowpiercer, the film achieved a good success, thanks to the preponderant […]

Original Copy - Review of the film with Melissa McCarthy

Original Copy - Review of the film with Melissa McCarthy

In 90s New York, Lee Israel (Melissa McCarthy) is a talented biographer that life has certainly not smiled at: unpleasant in manner and appearance, misanthropic and lonely (her only loves are alcohol and her beloved cat), ignored by critics and her publishing […]

How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, review of the new Dreamworks dragon movie

How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, review of the new Dreamworks dragon movie

Dragon Trainer - The hidden world is the third chapter of one of the sagas signed Dreamworks most beautiful pictures ever! As often happens in events like these, being the third film, many wonder if the film will have a success at least equal to that of […]

Eté 85 - Review of the new film by François Ozon

Eté 85 - Review of the new film by François Ozon

Another film from the phantom edition of the Cannes Festival 2020 sees the darkness of the room in the space of the Rome Film Festival, Summer 85 (Summer 85) the new film directed by the enfant terrible of the French film scene François Ozon, escaped over […]

The Professor and the Madman - Review of the historical film by PB Shemran

The Professor and the Madman - Review of the historical film by PB Shemran

Expected in our rooms for this March 21st The Professor and the Madman is a historical film written and directed by PB Shemran and who sees two great well-known faces: Mel Gibson (in the role of professor James Murray) is Sean Penn (who plays William Chester […]

Bumblebee - Review of the new Transformers spin-off

Bumblebee - Review of the new Transformers spin-off

The world of cinema is full of reboots, spin-offs and chapters of various kinds, with more or less decent results. This year the robots are back on the big screen: Bumblebee looks like a prequel spin-off of what happened in the Michael Bay films, but will […]

Saint Seiya: The Knights of the Zodiac - Review of the new Netflix series

Saint Seiya: The Knights of the Zodiac - Review of the new Netflix series

Officially debuts on Netflix, two years after the official announcement, the long-awaited reboot of one of the most loved anime ever, namely "The Zodiac Knights"Of the master Masami Kurumada. This new animated series, consisting of six episodes lasting twenty […]

The Mandalorian 2 - Review of the fourth episode on Disney +

The Mandalorian 2 - Review of the fourth episode on Disney +

If we were completely satisfied with the previous episode of The Mandalorian 2, "The Heir", we can be simply happy with this episode that marks the middle of this second season. Under the wise guidance of Carl Weathers director, we can admire a return […]

Raya and the Last Dragon - Review, the confidence that makes you invincible

Raya and the Last Dragon - Review, the confidence that makes you invincible

A world in danger, five kingdoms in open battle with each other, two gritty princesses, a lot of Asian culture and a pinch of magic, as Disney's mother wisely knows how to dose. These are some of the main pillars of Raya and the last dragon, the highly anticipated […]

Persian Lessons - Review, invent a language to save your life

Persian Lessons - Review, invent a language to save your life

It is never easy to talk about the atrocities resulting fromHolocaust and the horror machine conceived and set in motion by the Nazis, life in concentration camps and the systematic dehumanization of millions of victims. Nevertheless, telling what happened […]

Dumbo - Review of the new Disney movie by Tim Burton

Dumbo - Review of the new Disney movie by Tim Burton

Dumbo it is in the collective imagination a pindaric flight of power and strength: the demonstration that dreams can come true and sometimes override the barriers imposed by one's birth. The story that is expertly shown to us by Tim Burton, is a classic […]

Mission Impossible: Fallout - Review, Tom Cruise is back

Mission Impossible: Fallout - Review, Tom Cruise is back

That of Mission Impossible is a cinematic saga that by now, for better or for worse, everyone knows. In fact, it would not even be an understatement to state that the name of by Tom Cruise broke into the hearts of many thanks to that Mission Impossible in […]

El Camino - Breaking Bad Movie Review

El Camino - Breaking Bad Movie Review

Six years have passed since the end of one of the most famous and beloved series of all time, that Breaking Bad. which has been able to win the hearts of millions of users all over the world. Beautifully written characters and a continuation of events […]

La Dea Fortuna - Review of the new film by Ferzan Ozpetek

La Dea Fortuna - Review of the new film by Ferzan Ozpetek

Alexander (Edoardo Leo) and Arturo (Stefano Accorsi) have been together for fifteen years and theirs is an important affection, but the passion has vanished and their relationship is in crisis. The unexpected arrival in their lives of the children of Annamaria […]

Watchmen - HBO TV Series Review

Watchmen - HBO TV Series Review

Even before the Zack Snyder movie, Watchmen was a comic released in the late 80s, written by Alan Moore, drawn by Dave Gibbons and colored by John Higgins: acclaimed by audiences and critics as a true masterpiece, it tells the story of a Ukronic world where […]

Favolacce - Review of the new film by the D'Innocenzo brothers

Favolacce - Review of the new film by the D'Innocenzo brothers

Once upon a time there was a prince who, astride his steed, saved a princess in danger… Who hasn't dreamed of living in a fairy tale? Unfortunately these are not the stories that are told in Bad stories. Here we are talking about reality; of concrete things […]

WandaVision - Review of the first two episodes on Disney +

WandaVision - Review of the first two episodes on Disney +

From 2019, the year of release of Avengers: Endgame and Spider-man: Far From Home, we are waiting for new titles regarding the fourth phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. After failing to exit Black Widow due to the global crisis unleashed by Covid-19, […]

WestWorld 2 × 05 - Review of

WestWorld 2 × 05 - Review of "Akane No Mai"

We have finally reached the most awaited episode of the five analyzed so far and that the public was certainly waiting for. This time the review will not be broken down into points, as it is an episode to enjoy all in one breath and it flows so fast that […]

Sky Rojo - Review, madness, trash, saturated colors and a wild story

Sky Rojo - Review, madness, trash, saturated colors and a wild story

Sky Red, the series very recently landed on Netflix, has given some thought since its very first trailer. They will be the recalls to other products traveling on the same line as style, will be the high-sounding names that accompanied its promotion ("by […]

John Wick 3 - Parabellum - Review of the new film with Keanu Reeves

John Wick 3 - Parabellum - Review of the new film with Keanu Reeves

The rage of the sky plagues New York. The thunder echoes, while an exquisitely noir rain rages. The acid colors of the neon lights draw the neighborhoods of the city, while a panting figure runs at breakneck speed from the end of the street. He is tired, […]

Snowpiercer 2 - Review of the second season of the Netflix series

Snowpiercer 2 - Review of the second season of the Netflix series

A world destroyed by frost. A long train more than a thousand carriages, which has been marching around the globe for seven years, without ever stopping. On board the train are the last human beings left on Earth, engaged in the most difficult task of their […]

Stranger Things 3 - Review of the third season of the Netlix series

Stranger Things 3 - Review of the third season of the Netlix series

After the incredible wait that saw us protagonists after the official announcement occurred on New Year's Eve, finally on July 4th we returned to Hawkins for the third time. Stranger Things 3 overlooks Netflix July 4th, the date around which all the events […]

Tomb Raider - Review of the new movie about Lara Croft

Tomb Raider - Review of the new movie about Lara Croft

2003 was the year of the last appearance of Lara Croft in cinemas, with the film Tomb Raider - The cradle of life, where the protagonist was Angelina Jolie. Unfortunately for that project the proceeds were bad, the actress was nominated for the Razzie Awards […]

Black Mirror: Bandersnatch - Review of Netflix's first interactive movie

Black Mirror: Bandersnatch - Review of Netflix's first interactive movie

"Don't open the door!", "What are you doing !?" or "Shoot!" these are just some of the phrases that automatically find oneself saying who watches a film at the cinema or at home, or watching a TV series. You want for this and for a thousand other reasons, […]

Until the Last Clue - Review, a time-traveling thriller

Until the Last Clue - Review, a time-traveling thriller

The current period that the entertainment world is experiencing is decidedly complicated, mainly caused by many of the activities closed or that have suffered real limitations of use. Cinema is also part of this, with the consequence that some films have […]

Hill House - Review of the new Netflix series directed by Mike Flanagan

Hill House - Review of the new Netflix series directed by Mike Flanagan

Mike Flanagan is now to be considered one of the most valid horror directors today. After his debut in the independent circuit with Absentia (2011), the director made his international debut with critical acclaim Oculus (2013). 2016 saw him director of three […]

The Mandalorian 2 - Review of the second episode on Disney +

The Mandalorian 2 - Review of the second episode on Disney +

The weekly appointment with The Mandalorian 2 is back, and with that too our little reviews of each chapter. After a crackling start to say the least with the debut of the second season, this Chapter 10 or episode 2 - depending on the point of view - is […]

Yellowstone - Review of the first episode of the Sky Atlantic TV series

Yellowstone - Review of the first episode of the Sky Atlantic TV series

Yellowstone, the exciting contemporary western TV series broadcast in the USA from June 2018 on Paramount Network, after two years of waiting will finally be made available also by us starting from March 13 on Sky Atlantic to the delight not only of fans […]

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindewald - Review of the new film in the Newt Scamander saga

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindewald - Review of the new film in the Newt Scamander saga

The second chapter of the series finally arrives in the cinema Fantastic animals, The Crimes of Grindewald, born from the indomitable imagination of JK Rowling, author of the phenomenon series of children's books by Harry Potter. "As […]

Godfather of Harlem - Review, the story of Harlem between reality and fiction

Godfather of Harlem - Review, the story of Harlem between reality and fiction

On the occasion of the Disney Investor Day from 10 December 2020, The Walt Disney Company officially announced the arrival of Star, the new product category that enriches the already vast catalog of the streaming platform Disney + with a large number of […]

Project Power - Review of the Netflix Original Movie

Project Power - Review of the Netflix Original Movie

Project Power is a new branded film Netflix which enriches the already large catalog of original films on the streaming platform. Kind action, science fiction and also, albeit to a lesser extent thriller. 111 minutes (certainly too many), […]

Terminator: Dark Destiny - Review, Linda Hamilton returns alongside Schwarzenegger

Terminator: Dark Destiny - Review, Linda Hamilton returns alongside Schwarzenegger

The reboot mechanics are not new to the brand Terminator: born in 1984 with a decidedly different concept from that assumed in the sequel (released in 1991) and in subsequent films, already with the last film, Terminator: Genisys, he had tried this approach. […]

The Umbrella Academy 2 - Review of the new Netflix season

The Umbrella Academy 2 - Review of the new Netflix season

The work of Steve Blackman, creator of the homonymous series inspired by the comics of Gerard Way e Gabriel Ba, has always been to transpose the misadventures of the boys of the Umbrella Academy from comics to TV, trying to take all that material created […]

A Star is Born - Review of Bradley Cooper's directorial debut

A Star is Born - Review of Bradley Cooper's directorial debut

The Oscar nominee Bradley Cooper makes his debut as a film director bringing the third reinterpretation of the iconic love story to the big screen A Star is Born, an exciting and troubled love story between two artists who will form a couple both on […]

Alita: Angel of the Battle - Review, from manga to the big screen

Alita: Angel of the Battle - Review, from manga to the big screen

Do you want the idea of ​​seeing yet another western reinterpretation of an oriental work, do you want the little success that manga-inspired films have had, fear hovered - and still hovers - around Alita: the Angel of the Battle. Taking ideas printed […]

Mulan - Review of the new Disney live-action

Mulan - Review of the new Disney live-action

Let's say immediately that the live action remake of Mulan it's an unfortunate movie. The gestation process of this film dates back to the now distant 2010, but due to creative differences, production problems and so on and so forth, the project ended up […]

The New Mutants - Cinecomic review with identity crisis

The New Mutants - Cinecomic review with identity crisis

The New Mutants it is a film that found itself undergoing a very complicated gestation which in the end led to the realization of a film in which director Josh Boone was unable - or unable - to impress his idea in the vast world of cinecomics. As we know, […]

Aladdin - Review of the new Disney movie

Aladdin - Review of the new Disney movie

Aladdin it is probably one of the classic tales on the plate Disney that have made people dream generations after generations: who of you would not dream of finding the lamp of the Genius and, rubbing it, realize their desires? Three to be exact! So, while […]

Once Upon a Time in… Hollywood - Review of the new film by Quentin Tarantino

Once Upon a Time in… Hollywood - Review of the new film by Quentin Tarantino

Once upon a time in ... Hollywood is the ninth film written and directed by Quentin Tarantino and we could safely say that the cast resembles the crusades of the world of cinema: too many are the names that have trodden the imaginary stage of this monumental […]

Deadpool 2 - Review, the chatty mercenary returns to the cinema

Deadpool 2 - Review, the chatty mercenary returns to the cinema

Expectations are a big problem: it often happens that sequels are little appreciated by fans not for gross mistakes, but for simple expectations that are not paid off in the minds of each of them. On the other hand, when you pack a movie on a not too high […]

The Prince Seeks Son - Review, Eddie Murphy's nostalgic return

The Prince Seeks Son - Review, Eddie Murphy's nostalgic return

Eddie Murphy remains one of those actors who, like it or not, comes recalled within the history of cinema not so much for its intellectual role, or for the contributions to the medium itself, as for the lightness of his approaches and his characters who, […]

Lady and the Tramp - Review of the new Disney movie

Lady and the Tramp - Review of the new Disney movie

Lady and the Tramp is one of Disney's oldest films: the animated film was released in 1955 when most of us were not even in the thoughts of our parents, probably they were the children of the time since, for example, the mother of the writer is from the […]

The Falcon and The Winter Soldier - Review of the fourth episode of the Disney + series

The Falcon and The Winter Soldier - Review of the fourth episode of the Disney + series

Continue the TV series in 6 episodes The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, produced by Marvel Studios, exclusive on Disney +. From now, Friday April 9, you can find in streaming the fourth episode, which follows the story of Sam Wilson / Falcon (Anthony Mackie) […]

The Lodge - Review, between death, madness and cliché

The Lodge - Review, between death, madness and cliché

The duo of directors Severin Fiala e Veronika Franz, who impressed critics with Goodnight Mommy, returns with a new psychological horror / thriller this time focusing on faith, madness and death, focusing on just three characters in the space of a house […]

WandaVision - Review of the final episode of the Disney + series

WandaVision - Review of the final episode of the Disney + series

In its short duration, WandaVision has shuffled the cards on the table on what was now expected to see from MCU, paving the way for new possibilities for the franchise not limited by heart-pounding action. The series Disney + has skilfully constructed an […]

1917 - Review of Sam Mendes' film on the occasion of the homevideo release

1917 - Review of Sam Mendes' film on the occasion of the homevideo release

1917 is the latest film by Sam Mendes, the winning British director, screenwriter and producer of the Academy Award for Best Director with American Beauty in 2000, but also behind the camera for other important films such as Was My Father, Skyfall and […]

Bombshell: Voice of the Scandal - Review of the film on the Roger Ailes case

Bombshell: Voice of the Scandal - Review of the film on the Roger Ailes case

In the United States of America, following the scandal Harvey Weinstein, which saw the latter sentenced to 23 years in prison on charges of rape and sexual assault after a legal battle that began in 2017, has created what is called the "Me Too" movement, better […]

Mindhunter 2 - Review of the Netflix crime TV series

Mindhunter 2 - Review of the Netflix crime TV series

After almost two years of waiting, the event series "Mindhunter”Returns with a surprising new season. The branded TV series Netflix will have the hard task of repaying the fans for the long wait. The second season of the show conceived by Joe Penhall is […]

Spider-Man: A New Universe - Review of the new Sony animated film

Spider-Man: A New Universe - Review of the new Sony animated film

The name of Spider-Man is a thrilling collective imagination, a sort of hero inherent in all of us: well, it was time that the general public deserved to know that “there is not only one Spider-Man”. With the advent of Doctor Strange, moreover, it was […]

The Witcher - Review of the Netflix series with Henry Cavill

The Witcher - Review of the Netflix series with Henry Cavill

The story of The Witcher it is particular: in the mind of its creator it has always been Wiedźmin, the witcher, even while in 1985 he participated in a literary competition. Just it gave the right space to Andrzej Sapkowski to proceed and develop first […]

Bohemian Rhapsody - Review, the legend of Freddie Mercury and Queen is reborn

Bohemian Rhapsody - Review, the legend of Freddie Mercury and Queen is reborn

September 5, 1946 was not a date like any other. On that day he was born in Zanzibar who for many music lovers has rightfully entered the Olympus of the best singers of all time. Farrokh Bulsara, the real name of Freddie Mercury, he was a predestined, […]

Boy Erased: Lives Erased - Review of the new film by actor and director Joel Edgerton

Boy Erased: Lives Erased - Review of the new film by actor and director Joel Edgerton

Nineteen year old Jared (Lucas Hedges), the son of a Baptist pastor from a remote Arkansas town and an active member of his own religious community, reveals to Father Marshall (Russel Crowe) and mother Nancy Eamons (Nicole Kidman) one's homosexuality. The […]

Daredevil Season 3 - Review, the devil returns to Netflix

Daredevil Season 3 - Review, the devil returns to Netflix

After the deletion of Luke Cage e Iron Fist, the terror in putting his hand to the third season of Daredevil he was very tall. On the other hand, it is the first Marvel Netflix series to arrive at number 3, and certainly to do so it must have something to […]

First Man - Review of the fourth film by Damien Chazelle

First Man - Review of the fourth film by Damien Chazelle

First Man - The first man is the fourth film of Damien Chazelle, the young director born in 1985, as well as the youngest awarded with theBest Director Oscar at the age of 32, one month and 7 days. It was in 2017 for La La Land and the expectations […]

Gemini Man - Review of the new Ang Lee movie

Gemini Man - Review of the new Ang Lee movie

Gemini Man is a sci-fi action movie starring a man who's chewed up sci-fi in his career, after all Will Smith he is certainly not a first-rate actor. Behind the cameras we find a master of technicality, Ang Lee, Taiwanese director who after having thrilled […]

I Care a Lot - Review, a ruthless and cruel thriller but also current

I Care a Lot - Review, a ruthless and cruel thriller but also current

La morality it is one of those sectors that hardly lends itself to a clear, definitive definition and universal, is one of those areas that the human being crease for centuries, it has been manipulating in relation to own needs, to their survival and above […]

Le Mans '66: The great challenge - Review of the new film by James Mangold

Le Mans '66: The great challenge - Review of the new film by James Mangold

A roar, that of the engines starting up, the screech of new tires already hot on the incandescent asphalt and then the traction force that pushes you from behind as if to throw yourself against a wall of wind, intangible but as real as the fear of the first […]

L'Immortale - Review of the film with Marco D'Amore

L'Immortale - Review of the film with Marco D'Amore

Living or dying was never a choice. It sounds like the opening words of a Stephen King horror novel, or a 90s action movie with Bruce Willis. An almost obvious fatalistic concept that, if associated with the underworld, takes on much deeper and darker meanings. […]

Star Trek: Picard - Review of the first two episodes of the series

Star Trek: Picard - Review of the first two episodes of the series

Star Trek: Picard hits warp speed on Amazon Prime Video, the world's most popular e-commerce streaming service. The name Jean-Luc Picard is a legend in himself. The saga that saw the highly decorated captain of the Starfleet, or Star Trek: The Next Generation, […]

The End of the F *** ing World - Season 2 Review

The End of the F *** ing World - Season 2 Review

With the first season, released in 2018 on Netflix, The End of the F *** ing World immediately became one of the most watched shows of the year. The series created by Jonathan entwistle and based on the famous comic by Charles Forsman it did not present […]

The Falcon and The Winter Soldier - Review of the first episode on Disney +

The Falcon and The Winter Soldier - Review of the first episode on Disney +

After the end of Avengers Endgame many characters of the Marvel Cinematic Universe they found themselves a bit without a point of reference, and the two protagonists of this series are no exception. Indeed The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, as the title […]

Avengers: Infinity War - Review of the new Marvel movie

Avengers: Infinity War - Review of the new Marvel movie

It's funny to think that just 10 years ago Iron Man was released in theaters. Who would have thought at the time that the cinecomics, from films unrelated to each other, would have come together under a single banner forming what is now the Marvel Cinematic […]

Bridgerton - Review of the new Netflix original series

Bridgerton - Review of the new Netflix original series

If someone did not know how to spend the days of Christmas, forced to stay indoors between orange or red areas, here they come to the rescue. Netflix with a new original production signed by none other than Shonda Rhimes and produced by his production […]

Lego Star Wars: Christmas Special - Review, a galactic Christmas

Lego Star Wars: Christmas Special - Review, a galactic Christmas

A long time ago, during a distant distant Christmas, Rey Skywalker he was trying to train the young man Finn the use of the lightsaber, so as to make him a powerful one Jedi. But when she finds herself forced to give him a wooden one, and Finn manages to […]

Props - Review of the intriguing Disney + documentary

Props - Review of the intriguing Disney + documentary

It is now clear that no synopsis or idea, placed in the hands of Disney, can be a resounding failure, except to turn out to be a great success in terms of public and criticism at best, in an interesting and decidedly pleasant experience in all the others. […]

Richard Jewell - Review of the new film by Clint Eastwood

Richard Jewell - Review of the new film by Clint Eastwood

Clint Eastwood go back behind the camera and maybe only he can give you those emotions, with all his mastery! Let's not turn around: Richard jewell it is a true masterpiece of realism, of the hero who does not bend but grows and evolves in space, which for […]

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier - Review of the second episode of the Disney + series

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier - Review of the second episode of the Disney + series

The Falcon and The Winter Soldier is the brand new series with license plate Disney + and fruit of the work of the indefatigable Marvel Studios. The first episode was published on the streaming platform last Friday, and the second episode is available from […]

The Mandalorian 2 - Review of the third episode on Disney +

The Mandalorian 2 - Review of the third episode on Disney +

After an episode that we would dare to call filler (we don't want to offend anyone, but unfortunately we didn't really like it), Command and his little travel companion return to our screens with the verve and the attitude that rightly belongs to him, bringing […]

Borat: Sequel to Film Cinema - Review of the irreverent return of the character of Cohen

Borat: Sequel to Film Cinema - Review of the irreverent return of the character of Cohen

Back in 2006 the world got to know Borat Sagdiyev, a journalist from Kazakhstan created and portrayed by Sacha Baron Cohen, which is sent to the United States to study the habits and customs of the American people so as to export them also to his country […]

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom - Review of the sequel directed by JA Bayona

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom - Review of the sequel directed by JA Bayona

More than three years have passed since the release of the first J directed by Colin Trevorrow. A film that in its time has completely revolutionized and modernized a historical saga that seemed now untouchable and that just this year it turns twenty-five […]

The Terrifying Adventures of Sabrina 4 - Review of the final season of the Netflix series

The Terrifying Adventures of Sabrina 4 - Review of the final season of the Netflix series

Even if with a packed circle of proselytes in tow, it cannot be said that the entire production of The Terrifying Adventures of Sabrina had a peaceful development and life. Since the first season, you will remember, the series was the protagonist of various […]

Narcos: Mexico - Review of the Netflix TV series

Narcos: Mexico - Review of the Netflix TV series

Back under a new guise Narcos, the series that brought to the small screen the story of one of the best known and richest cocaine traffickers of all time, namely Pablo Emilio Escobar Gaviria. Narcos: Mexico is a spin-off that, as the title suggests, […]

Orange Is The New Black - Season 6 Review

Orange Is The New Black - Season 6 Review

The countless signed releases Netflix released during the last year, they certainly did not make us forget what can be called the first example of the successful original series produced by the American legal streaming channel. With the release of the […]

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker - Review, the end of the Star Wars

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker - Review, the end of the Star Wars

We are almost in 2020: therefore nothing prevents me from saying that we have now thoroughly digested the shared universes, the overall visions, the "cartoonish" structure applied to cinema. Let me explain: Marvel and the like have now accustomed us that […]

The Mandalorian 2 - Review of the fifth episode on Disney +

The Mandalorian 2 - Review of the fifth episode on Disney +

Even if it does not proceed quickly, the journey of the most beloved Mandalorian of the moment and his likeable companion continues unabated, bringing us today to the fifth episode of The Mandalorian 2. It is one of the most anticipated of all, especially […]

The Midnight Sky - Review of the new film by George Clooney

The Midnight Sky - Review of the new film by George Clooney

This Christmas we will see back on the big screen - and in streaming - George Clooney with his new film, The midnight sky. This new original production Netflix wants to re-propose a now classic near future in which the human race has led the planet Earth […]

Death Wishes Again - Christopher Landon Sequel Review

Death Wishes Again - Christopher Landon Sequel Review

Still Wishes for your Death, written and directed by Christopher Landon and based on the characters created by Scott Lobdell, is the sequel to the comedy / horror film Wishes for your Death, also directed by the same director. The film is presented as a […]

Bad Boys for Life - Review, Mike and Marcus are back in action

Bad Boys for Life - Review, Mike and Marcus are back in action

Needless to go around it so much, Hollywood has accustomed us well. Cinema is an ever-expanding world that with its multi-billion dollar capital has led to the proliferation of every imaginable genre. Whether you are looking for a drama, a comedy, some war […]

Birds of Prey and the phantasmagoric rebirth of Harley Quinn - Review of the new DC Comics movie

Birds of Prey and the phantasmagoric rebirth of Harley Quinn - Review of the new DC Comics movie

Birds of Prey and the phantasmagoric rebirth of Harley Quinn is the new effort of Warner Bros, based on the comic book character of the same name DC Comics, entrusted to the direction of Cathy yan. After all, the film cost little, we are on a figure that […]

Carnival Row - Amazon Prime Video Event Series Review

Carnival Row - Amazon Prime Video Event Series Review

One of the events Amazon of the year has come, we can finally find it on Prime Video Carnival Row, the highly anticipated series that sees the return to fantasy of Orlando Bloom in Rycroft Philostrate, a human investigator tormented by dark secrets, alongside […]

Cursed - Review of the new Netflix TV series

Cursed - Review of the new Netflix TV series

Katherine Langford retires the role of Hanna Baker Series Thirteen to enter those of Nimue, a girl with a human appearance but who has very little human, ready to guide us in this new adventure with a name that is anything but relaxing: Cursed is the […]

Lovecraft Country - HBO horror series review

Lovecraft Country - HBO horror series review

Unless you have lived under a stone for the past 20 years, the name of J.J. Abrams will surely ring a bell for you: we are talking about a man who helped revolutionize serial television narration with the masterpiece series Lost (2004-2010), the one who […]

Onward: Beyond the Magic - Review of the new Pixar film with Tom Holland and Chris Pratt

Onward: Beyond the Magic - Review of the new Pixar film with Tom Holland and Chris Pratt

It is now clear to everyone that in its 25 years (which will be completed on November 19) in the panorama of animation and non-animation cinema, the Pixar has earned a reputation as the most intellectual production house in the world. It is enough to see […]

Pet Sematary - Review of the new movie with Jason Clarke

Pet Sematary - Review of the new movie with Jason Clarke

That Stephen King in his long career he has terrorized us in many ways it is well known, and over the years there have been many cinematographic transpositions that have sprung from his novels. One of these films was precisely Pet Sematary, inspired by the […]

Ready Player One - Steven Spielberg movie review

Ready Player One - Steven Spielberg movie review

Colin Firth in Kingsman often repeats that manners define man: if we could transpose this concept to the work of Steven Spielberg in Ready Player One, you would have the most concise judgment in the world. The film adaptation of the 2010 novel […]

Solo: A Star Wars Story - Ron Howard movie review

Solo: A Star Wars Story - Ron Howard movie review

The Star Wars saga is becoming more and more a gold mine: between marketing, various gadgets and a film a year (more or less), Disney e Lucasfilm they are making a diamond saga already made of gold: in addition to the new trilogy (and the additional trilogy […]

Suburra: The Series - Review of the third and final season

Suburra: The Series - Review of the third and final season

After a long - and in some ways troubled - wait, it finally came to an end Suburra, the cult series that tells us about the intrigues that have consigned Rome to the "blood" of corruption. Aureliano and Spadino in the final confrontation with Samurai, Manfredi, […]

The Mandalorian 2 - Review of the eighth and final episode on Disney +

The Mandalorian 2 - Review of the eighth and final episode on Disney +

The second season of The Mandalorian has now come to an end (but how quickly does time pass when you wait for the episodes of a season that really takes you?) and despite everything, we are really very, very sorry. The work done by all the enturage hired […]

Triple Frontier - Review of the film produced by Netflix and directed by JC Chandor

Triple Frontier - Review of the film produced by Netflix and directed by JC Chandor

After a short stay in cinemas it is now ready to land on Netflix "Triple Frontier“, An action movie directed by the director and screenwriter JC Chandor (1981: New York Investigation, Margin Call). Ben Affleck, Oscar Isaac, Pedro Pascal, Charlie Hunnam […]

WandaVision - Review of the seventh episode of the Disney + series

WandaVision - Review of the seventh episode of the Disney + series

Week after week, WandaVision continues to bewitch the public, proving to be the result of a perfectly successful experiment by the Marvel Studios. Now in the seventh and third to last episode, the television series that starting from last January 15 officially […]

WandaVision - Review of the third episode coming out on Disney +

WandaVision - Review of the third episode coming out on Disney +

For the second week, and with immense joy, we find ourselves reviewing the third episode of WandaVision. The new series, out weekly on Disney +, is the first title in the Fourth Phase of Marvel Cinematic Universe. Not a small task given the expectations […]

WandaVision - Review of the fifth episode of the Disney + series

WandaVision - Review of the fifth episode of the Disney + series

Like every week since last January 15th, on Disney + the new episode of WandaVision, the first television series that is part of the fourth phase of Marvel Cinematic Universe and created exclusively for the aforementioned streaming platform which will soon […]

Aquaman - Review, the King of Atlantis brings light to DC Comics

Aquaman - Review, the King of Atlantis brings light to DC Comics

Aquaman from the very first trailer he carried the weight of the whole project on his shoulders Worlds of dc: despite a well-defined line of the project, the lack of success and the numerous criticisms have made the whole cinematographic world of DC Comics […]

Dark - Review of the latest season of the Netflix Original series

Dark - Review of the latest season of the Netflix Original series

Here we are… The moment we have all been waiting for has come. Defined by many as the best TV series created by Netflix, Dark is famous for being the cause of confusion of many spectators. In fact, it is now clear that to enjoy this title to the fullest, […]

Fairy Godmother Wanted - Review, a new kind of fairy tale

Fairy Godmother Wanted - Review, a new kind of fairy tale

Today we present a new Christmas movie from the brand Walt Disney, Fairy Godmother Wanted, or Godmothered in the original, which will be available from December 3rd on Disney plus. This is an almost fairytale-style family film where the protagonist will […]

Hollywood - Review of the new Netflix miniseries

Hollywood - Review of the new Netflix miniseries

Who, at least once in their life, hasn't dreamed of becoming a movie star? In 1947 a Hollywood everyone would have wanted a role within the largest film industries. The new miniseries Netflix, entitled precisely Hollywood, talk about this. Talk about dreams […]

Lupine - Review, the ultimate gentleman thief according to Netflix

Lupine - Review, the ultimate gentleman thief according to Netflix

This is how the rule is repeated, the teachings of the master. That phrase that echoes to those who hold responsibility for what they have become, or what they promised to be in the near future. Responsibilities are forced behind those men with great abilities, […]

The Falcon and The Winter Soldier - Third episode review

The Falcon and The Winter Soldier - Third episode review

The adventures of Sam Wilson, played by Anthony Mackie, and Bucky Barnes, played by Sebastian Stan, in this third episode of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier. The license plate series Disney + talks about the events that happen to the two superheroes after […]

Tom & Jerry - Review, a normal fight for New York

Tom & Jerry - Review, a normal fight for New York

Since its founding in 1957, until it was absorbed by Warner Bros. in the early 2000s, Hanna & Barbera Productions brought some of the most iconic cartoon franchises into the homes of all; it was enough to think of the Flinstones or Scooby Doo, up to […]

WandaVision - Review of the fourth episode of the Disney + series

WandaVision - Review of the fourth episode of the Disney + series

Disney e The Marvel movies they returned to delight us thanks to the fourth episode of WandaVision, the series that sees as protagonists Wanda Maximoff e Vision, respectively interpreted by Elizabeth olsen e Paul Bettany, and that last January 15 officially […]

Zombieland: Double Shot - Review of the sequel to the cult comedy

Zombieland: Double Shot - Review of the sequel to the cult comedy

The Tallahasse Zombie Hunters (Woody Harrelson), Columbus (Jesse Eisenberg), Wichita (Emma Stone) and Little Rock (Abigail Breslin) have decided to attack the nail and have found a safe haven in the now abandoned White House. But when the young Little Rock […]

Bad Luck Banging Or Loony Porn - Review, a movie that breaks with everything

Bad Luck Banging Or Loony Porn - Review, a movie that breaks with everything

Talking about Bad Luck Banging Or Loony Porn in a review is not easy at all, also because Radu Jude, its director, wanted to weave the film with a whole series of speeches that giocano with the cinematographic medium itself, and with what could […]

Ghost: The Musical - Review, the touching story of Sam and Molly now at the Sistina

Ghost: The Musical - Review, the touching story of Sam and Molly now at the Sistina

“Oh, my love, my darling I've hungered for your touch A long, lonely time ... " That's how the Righteous Brothers sang in 1965 when they recorded their version of Unchained Melody, a version that still makes millions of hearts in love dream. The great […]

IT Chapter Two - No spoiler review, Evil Rises in Andy Muschietti's Derry

IT Chapter Two - No spoiler review, Evil Rises in Andy Muschietti's Derry

With a more than positive response from the fanbase of Stephen King and the more than deserved success for a Chapter One that has genuinely merged the judgment of the public and critics into one thing, the expectations for IT Chapter Two they have inevitably […]

The Unique and Insuperable Ivan - Review of the new film with Brian Cranston

The Unique and Insuperable Ivan - Review of the new film with Brian Cranston

Stories about animals have always fascinated adults and children. Whether it's the old generation with La Gabbianella and Il Gatto or the new generation with the Madagascar saga, the animal kingdom has always interested the public in an exceptional way. […]

Madame Claude - Review of Sylvie Verheyde's Netflix movie

Madame Claude - Review of Sylvie Verheyde's Netflix movie

"There are two things that people will always pay for: food and sex ... and I've never been good at cooking." The most famous of the quotes from Fernande Grudet is perhaps the perfect explanation as to why the French maitresse managed to become one of the […]

Marvel 616 - Review of the new docuseries coming out on Disney +

Marvel 616 - Review of the new docuseries coming out on Disney +

Since 1939 the whole world has been invaded by iconic superheroes. Founded as Timely Comics da Martin Goodman, in 1961 it becomes the very famous Marvel Comics. Among the many names to which we owe the worldwide success of the company, the one of certainly […]

Raised by Wolves - Review of Ridley Scott's sci-fi series

Raised by Wolves - Review of Ridley Scott's sci-fi series

“Ridley Scott and androids "is a combination that cinema enthusiasts have already got to know very well over the last few years, and perhaps it is also for this reason that Raised by Wolves, the television series that sees the famous author as executive […]

Sonic: The Movie - Review, the blue hedgehog lands in theaters with Jim Carrey

Sonic: The Movie - Review, the blue hedgehog lands in theaters with Jim Carrey

This film… this film has been talked about a lot since its first trailer, a short pill that left everyone with doubts and hopes. However, the last of these arrived on the net has managed to rekindle them, with the prayers of the most ardent fans that seem […]

The Mandalorian 2 - Review of the seventh episode on Disney +

The Mandalorian 2 - Review of the seventh episode on Disney +

The rhythm of the series perfectly marks the time that separates us at the end of this second season, which apart from one (and I mean only one) disappointing episode is keeping us glued to the TV every Friday waiting to find out what will happen to Command […]

The Mandalorian - Review of the first season of the Disney + series

The Mandalorian - Review of the first season of the Disney + series

The Mandalorian is the new television series that will make its official debut with the arrival of Disney +, the new streaming service of the American giant. This first series focused on the universe of Star Wars it is made up of eight total episodes, each […]

The Prom - Review of Ryan Murphy's film with Meryl Streep

The Prom - Review of Ryan Murphy's film with Meryl Streep

On the eve of an award season that promises to be the most difficult since the Cold War due to the coronavirus emergency, the great film contenders present the films they intend to propose for the great awards season: ad hoc films with big names, big budgets […]

Time - Review of the Sundance Award Winning Documentary

Time - Review of the Sundance Award Winning Documentary

Fox Rich is an entrepreneur and mother of six sons. Twenty years ago, she and her husband Robert robbed a bank to save their business from bankruptcy. Fox, who chose to accept an agreement with the prosecution, only spent five years in prison, while her […]

WandaVision - Review of the eighth episode of the Disney + series

WandaVision - Review of the eighth episode of the Disney + series

Now we are, after a long wait and thousands of theories born from every single corner of the web we are really one step away from the grand finale of WandaVision, the first tv series of 4th Phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe that from the beginning of […]

WestWorld 2 × 02 - Review of

WestWorld 2 × 02 - Review of "Reunion"

The second episode of WestWorld does nothing but increase all our doubts, questions or perplexities, not only because the series reintroduces two characters that we thought had left the scene but above all because the narrative style is changed, introducing […]

Concrete Cowboy - Review, a story of belonging, identity and progress

Concrete Cowboy - Review, a story of belonging, identity and progress

Tell one history it is never too easy, especially when trying to analyze some dynamics, even sensitive ones, which do not simply concern the characters, but also some social contexts precise, going beyond the elements designed to compose fiction. In fact, […]

High School Musical: The Musical: The Series - Disney + series review

High School Musical: The Musical: The Series - Disney + series review

During a junket given to a British colleague, actor Zac Efron (Baywatch, The Greatest Showman) told the interviewer that people tend to be ashamed of having seen High School Musical. As if it were a shame to have seen him, loved him and maybe remember him […]

Small Ax - Review of Steve McQueen's anthology series

Small Ax - Review of Steve McQueen's anthology series

One of the great protagonists of this edition of the Rome Film Fest 2020, the British director Steve McQueen (awarded with the Lifetime Achievement Award) presents his first encounter with the television serial apparatus, or the anthological series Small […]

Solar Opposites - Review of the first Star Original animated series

Solar Opposites - Review of the first Star Original animated series

After the enormous success that the animated series have enjoyed in our country - see Bojack Horseman and Rick and Morty - Disney, with the official release of Star, certainly could not miss such an opportunity. Star is the new session of Disney + dedicated […]

The Mandalorian 2 - Review of the first episode on Disney +

The Mandalorian 2 - Review of the first episode on Disney +

After just under a year of waiting, the second season of The Mandalorian, the original series Disney + set in the universe of Star Wars, comes back to keep us company with 8 new episodes, which will be released weekly. The episode "The sheriff", Written […]

Thunder Force - Review, superpowers and raw chicken in defense of justice

Thunder Force - Review, superpowers and raw chicken in defense of justice

Thunder force is one of the new original films Netflix, which more than many others has been able to make people talk about itself in recent months, proving to be able to intrigue many viewers eager to view the production, which is available on the streaming […]

WandaVision - Review of the sixth episode of the tv series on Disney +

WandaVision - Review of the sixth episode of the tv series on Disney +

Now the success of WandaVision is rampant and among many fans and enthusiasts not only of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but also of the TV series in general now do nothing but anxiously wait for the arrival of the following Friday, so as to enjoy the new […]

2 great sons of… - Review

2 great sons of… - Review

After years of working in the film industry as a director of photography, the time has come for Lawrence Sher to get behind the camera in person. To start his career, the director decides to try his hand at a classic American comedy based on an old script […]

Avengers: Endgame - Spoiler-free review of the Marvel Post-Infinity War movie

Avengers: Endgame - Spoiler-free review of the Marvel Post-Infinity War movie

Events of the caliber of Avengers: Endgame, a film directly linked to Infinity War which, after a one-year hiatus - and with a film like Captain Marvel - takes up a story that has kept millions of spectators glued to the big screen. Every beginning has an […]

Once Upon a Time in Prince Charming - Review of the fairy tale animated film by Ross Venokur

Once Upon a Time in Prince Charming - Review of the fairy tale animated film by Ross Venokur

The director Ross Venokur, with Once upon a time there was Prince Charming, has decided to overturn the modus operandi of classic children's fairy tales by putting one of the most recurring characters in the world of fantasy in the spotlight, who nevertheless […]

Chernobyl - Review of the first episode of the new series from HBO

Chernobyl - Review of the first episode of the new series from HBO

There are events that it is impossible to forget, because they have indelibly marked not only the lives of many people, but often also the history of a city, a nation or even an entire continent, and one of these is certainly the disaster of Chernobyl took […]

Greenland - Review of the new film with Gerard Butler

Greenland - Review of the new film with Gerard Butler

A new international film arrives at the cinema on October XNUMXst, one of those productions to be defined as “important”. We are probably talking about the third major production later Tenet e The wrong day, which marked the film industry's return to […]

The Terrifying Adventures of Sabrina S.1 - Review of the Netflix TV series

The Terrifying Adventures of Sabrina S.1 - Review of the Netflix TV series

Anyone like me who was born around the 90s will certainly know the TV series Sabrina the Witch's Life, which brought actress Melissa Joan Hart to the fore, or Sabrina The Animated Series, cartoon of the 2000s that transformed the misadventures of Sabrina […]

Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion's Revenge - Movie review

Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion's Revenge - Movie review

"Scorpio has a characteristic that makes it invincible: willpower." It is one of the last sentences uttered by Hanzo Hasashi (great master of the Japanese clan Shirai Ryu) to his son Satoshi in the opening scenes of the animated film Mortal Kombat Legends: […]

Ocean's 8 - Review of the film with Sandra Bullock and Cate Blanchett

Ocean's 8 - Review of the film with Sandra Bullock and Cate Blanchett

Gary Ross takes the reins of one of the sagas of Caper Movie most famous and important of the new millennium. With Ocean's Eleven the category has relived in a new light and brought the “big shot” genre closer to current generations. More than ten years […]

Peninsula - Review of the highly anticipated stand alone sequel to Train to Busan

Peninsula - Review of the highly anticipated stand alone sequel to Train to Busan

Once again a film of the ghost contest of Cannes 2020 arrives in the halls of Rome Film Festival 2020. This time we're talking about the sequel to the hugely popular South Korean zombie movie Train to Busan (2016) Peninsula (or Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula), […]

The Crown - Review of the fourth season of the Netflix series

The Crown - Review of the fourth season of the Netflix series

Among the original series Netflix, The Crown is certainly one of the most popular products, both for the undoubted quality of its episodes, and for the historical events it tells, revolving around the life of one of the most famous figures in the world: […]

The Lego Movie 2: A New Adventure - Review of the new animated film by Warner Bros.

The Lego Movie 2: A New Adventure - Review of the new animated film by Warner Bros.

The highly anticipated sequel to the animated film arrives in theaters The Lego Movie (2014), success with audiences and critics inspired by the most famous assemblable bricks in the world. The Lego Movie 2: A New Adventure begins where the first film ended; […]

Them - Review, a social critique of blood and racial discrimination

Them - Review, a social critique of blood and racial discrimination

Over the past few years we have become more and more accustomed to film productions released on the small and large screen produced and directed by people of color, some of whom have thought about how to use the horror genre to convey their personal message […]

WestWorld 2 × 04 - Review of

WestWorld 2 × 04 - Review of "The Riddle of the Sphinx"

In this new installment of the second season of WestWorld, we realize more and more that the park created by Robert Ford it is nothing more than a great cryptic game, where the first to want to escape are the players. After the focus on the stories of Dolores […]

Bliss - Review, get away from it all until you get completely lost

Bliss - Review, get away from it all until you get completely lost

THEindefinability of themselves in a context governed by clear and commonly defined laws, it remains one of the themes more curious that the cinema has loved over the years, a theme around which, obviously, not only this expressive medium has moved, but […]

Dinner with Crime: Knives Out - Review of the new film by Rian Johnson

Dinner with Crime: Knives Out - Review of the new film by Rian Johnson

Dinner with crime - Knives Out it's a film about death and despair: we're kidding! How you will learn by watching the film "My home, my rules, my coffee", in the same way we wanted to ambush you! The film unfolds in one hundred and thirty minutes, a respectable […]

Hellboy - Review of the new Neil Marshall movie

Hellboy - Review of the new Neil Marshall movie

After the shattered dream of Guillermo del Toro to see his saga over, Hellboy is back based on Mike Mignola's comics, but this time with a change of direction. In the two previous chapters, the Mexican skilfully mixed the creatures thought by through his […]

Lupine III: The First - Review, the character of Monkey Punch lands in the cinema

Lupine III: The First - Review, the character of Monkey Punch lands in the cinema

After 40 years from the release of his first feature film, the most famous thief in the world returns to the big screen in a completely new graphic party, in a combination of classic and modern. Finally one of the greatest characters in the history of comics […]

The Mandalorian 2 - Review of the sixth episode on Disney +

The Mandalorian 2 - Review of the sixth episode on Disney +

We can firmly say that the pace of The Mandalorian 2 it leveled up and reached a new, truly remarkable peak, just think that "The tragedy”(This is the name of the sixth episode) is the shortest episode of the entire series, but it contains everything, […]

Return to Win - Review of the new sports drama with Ben Affleck

Return to Win - Review of the new sports drama with Ben Affleck

Return to Win (The Way Back), is one of the many films that in this nefarious period had to fight with the impossibility of a release in cinemas and land directly in the living rooms of every family, showing itself to the general public through the […]

Toy Story 4 - Review of the new Pixar movie

Toy Story 4 - Review of the new Pixar movie

"You have a friend in me ..." says the unmistakable song that acts as a real anthem for this irresistible series that has already taken its first step back in 1995. An era in which digital in animated cinema was only synonymous with sterile advertisements […]

Venom - Review of the new movie with Tom Hardy

Venom - Review of the new movie with Tom Hardy

If you are a fan of Spider-Man, or even better of one of the historical nemesis, Venom, then these nights you will certainly not be sleeping soundly. On the other hand, between the foreign criticism that defines the new Sony film as "the Fantastic Four of […]

Wonder Woman 1984 - Review, Diana lands in the 80s

Wonder Woman 1984 - Review, Diana lands in the 80s

The epic superhero, whether in print, animated films, TV series or live-action films, always tends to respect principles. Twenty years ago it was easy to run into productions where the good was good, the bad was bad and the characters in between were clichés; […]

Away - Review of the new

Away - Review of the new "space" series by Netflix

For more than 50 years, going to the moon has no longer been considered a taboo. After the Apollo 11 space mission, many people began to dream more and more concretely of being able to walk on the lunar soil. But what would happen if man really managed to […]

Terrifying Adventures of Sabrina Part 3 - New Season Review

Terrifying Adventures of Sabrina Part 3 - New Season Review

Sabrina: a name that for those who lived between the 90s and the early XNUMXs certainly evokes the word "witch", with a meaning that is anything but negative. Whether you have lived with the TV series of the past or seen some episodes of the animated series, […]

Us - Review of the new film by Oscar winner Jordan Peele

Us - Review of the new film by Oscar winner Jordan Peele

Jeremiah 11:11 “For this I will send disaster and they will not be able to avoid it. They will call out to me to help them, but I will not listen to them " Adelaide (Lupita Nyong'o) as every year, she returns to her childhood home in California to spend […]

WestWorld 2 × 03 - Review of

WestWorld 2 × 03 - Review of "Virtue and Fortune"

The more you keep watching WestWorld the more you are fascinated by the games and illusions that the producers enjoy inserting into every minute of history. This third episode brings news on all fronts, from the characters and their unpredictable characters, […]

Tenet - Review of the new film by Christopher Nolan

Tenet - Review of the new film by Christopher Nolan

Il time and space: we know these two “units of measurement” very well. One allows us to define what surrounds us, the other instead marks the rhythm of our life. The interesting thing is that, although space is something modifiable, time instead flows […]

8 Days to the End - Review of the new series by Parente and Ruzowitzky

8 Days to the End - Review of the new series by Parente and Ruzowitzky

Eight days. Just eight days and Horus, an asteroid headed at full speed against the earth, will crash in Germany, devastating the lives of millions of people. This is the premise of the new series landed on Sky Atlantic on September 23, created by Rafael […]

Love and Monsters - Review, lousy monsters and a journey to the horizon

Love and Monsters - Review, lousy monsters and a journey to the horizon

Directed by Michael Matthews and on the way out this 14th April on Netflix, this review wants to tell you about Love and monsters, a film that builds its own narrative taking into extreme consideration the past of the genre to which he refers, tending to […]

Mank - Review of the new Netflix movie by David Fincher

Mank - Review of the new Netflix movie by David Fincher

Thinking about cinema with cinema? Nothing new. On the other hand, however, an extraordinary moment like the one we live in today, in which an industry already in crisis with the arrival of streaming and VR is brought to its knees by an epidemic that forces […]

The Lion King - Review of the new

The Lion King - Review of the new "live-action" remake by Disney

The Lion King has always been one of the most important names in the field of animation but not only: books, stories of all kinds and even timeless plays, carry on an unchanged story, capable of answering the thousand questions of man. The story of the little […]

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