Tag: movie review

Double Feature: Wish Upon (2017) & Slender Man (2018)

We’re running at the final third of this Halloween Movie Marathon month and as much as planning as I try to put into it, plans change and I started changing my movie selections around and that’s how I’ve randomly ended up doing a Joey King horror double feature for Wish Upon and Slender Man that […] Double Feature: Wish Upon (2017) & Slender Man (2018) 0

Viewing Varda Part Four: ‘Le Bonheur’

After the gigantic success that was Cleo from 5 to 7, Agnès Varda was a star, and not just in France. So what did she do next? Why, she pushed the envelope again of course. But this time, it wasn’t by playing with cinema’s form. That would’ve be too easy. Instead, Varda set her sights […] Viewing Varda Part Four: ‘Le Bonheur’ 0

Primer (2004) İnceleme

Tenet hayal kırıklığım sonrası en iyi zamanda yolculuk filmlerini düşünüyordum ve aklıma bu Primer filmi geldi. Zaman yolculuğu konusunu tamamen bilimsel açıdan ele alan hatta bir yazılımcının senaryosundan, oyunculuğundan ve yönetmenliğinden çıkan bir filmdir. Bu film 7000$ gibi aşırı minimal bir parayla birkaç arkadaş toplanıp işin altına girmesiyle oluşmuştur. Biraz kült bir filmdir bunun nedeni […] Primer (2004) İnceleme 0

Movies, Movies, Movies! #55 – October 20, 2020

Welcome to another installment of Movies, Movies, Movies! There’s an interesting cross-section this week. The Trial of the Chicago 7 (2020) NetflixStarring: Frank Langella, Michael Keaton, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Sacha Baron Cohen, Alex Sharp, Jeremy Strong, John Carroll Lynch, Eddie Redmayne, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Mark Rylance, Ben Shenkman, J.C. MacKenzie, and many moreDirector: Aaron SorkinGenres: historical […] Movies, Movies, Movies! #55 – October 20, 2020 0

Vampires vs. the Bronx

Vampires vs. the Bronx (2020) ★★ / ★★★★ Gentrification is vampirism appears to be the message in “Vampires vs. the Bronx,” a family-friendly horror-comedy that could have used a handful more scares to become memorable. It proves capable of milking key moments, like when a wooden coffin is opened and a sleeping bloodsucker suddenly wakes, […] Vampires vs. the Bronx 0

‘Hayat ne kadar kötü görünse de her zaman yapabileceğin ve başarılı olabileceğin bir şey vardır. Nefes aldıkça umut vardır.’

Bu akşam repliğinden alıntısını yaptığım film olan ‘Her şeyin Teorisi’ ya da orijinal adıyla ‘ The Theory of Everything ‘ filminden bahsetmek istiyorum. Film vizyona 2014 yılında girmiş ancak şu an bile hala o güncelliğini koruyor. Film tam bir dram-biyografi filmi. Filmin genel konusuna bakacak olursak eğer Stephen Hawking’in hayatı anlatılıyor. Ancak bu film monoton […] ‘Hayat ne kadar kötü görünse de her zaman yapabileceğin ve başarılı olabileceğin bir şey vardır. Nefes aldıkça umut vardır.’ 0

AFI Fest: There Is No Evil – Movie Review

There Is No Evil spends thirty minutes establishing its premise, and another two hours taking it in unexpected new directions. Iranian director Mohammad Rasoulof’s forceful anthology film unfolds across four stories about military men tasked with executions as they grapple with their options, contend with the fallout, and witness the impact it has on the […] AFI Fest: There Is No Evil – Movie Review 0

Gattaca (1997) – #bilimkurgu #film #İnceleme

Dört yandan inceleme serimizin ikinci bölümünde Gattaca filmini ele aldık. Aslında hem övdük, hem gömdük diyebiliriz. 1997 yılı Sony Colombia Pictures tarafından yapılan. Andrew Niccol tarafından yönetilen ve Ethan Hawke, Uma Thurman ve Jude Law’ın başrollerini paylaştığı filmi izlemelisiniz. Keyifli incelemelerimiz devam edecek. Gattaca (1997) – #bilimkurgu #film #İnceleme 0

Günün Filmi; The Man Who Fell To Earth (1976)

David Bowie’den bir bilimkurgu klasiği; The Man Who Fell To Earth David Bowie’den vazgeçmek mümkün değil. Müzik alanındaki başarısıyla yetinmeyen sanatçı sinemaya da el atarak unutulmaz filmlerin çekilmesine vesile olmuştur. David Bowie’nin baş rolünü üstlendiği 1976 yapımı The Man Who Fell To Earth, bir uzaylının dünyaya gelişini ve nasıl bir dünyalıya dönüştüğünü anlatıyor. David Bowie’yi […] Günün Filmi; The Man Who Fell To Earth (1976) 0

Sonsuzluk ve Bir Gün

Bazı filmler vardır duygusuyla, müzikleriyle sizi ele geçirir. Eleni Karaindrou’nun By The Sea melodisi ile karşılaşarak bu filmle tanıştım yani benimki biraz ters oldu. Filmde ölüme 1 kala yaşanmışlıklar,pişmanlıklar,yaşama ve ölme isteği arasında kalmış amansız hastalığa yakalanmış bir adamın Alexandre’nin hikayesi anlatılıyor. Hastalığının son demlerinde kendine yeni bir kimlik kazandırmanın savaşını veriyor. İlk adımı ise […] Sonsuzluk ve Bir Gün 0

The Aftermath: Reviews for The Devil All the Time, The Owners, Baba Yaga, and Alone

Alright, you beautiful and complete strangers, I’m going to try something a little different around here since I’ve been slacking in this department for quite a while now. Because I haven’t been reviewing movies lately — mostly due to a severe lack of free time — I thought I would start doing a monthly round-up […] The Aftermath: Reviews for The Devil All the Time, The Owners, Baba Yaga, and Alone 0

HIFF: Nine Days – Movie Review

Nine Days takes an ambitious premise and plays it straight. Writer-director Edson Oda’s innovative drama revolves around the tireless plight of Will (Winston Duke), a jaded middle-manager trapped in a purgatorial cycle of interviewing souls for the opportunity of life. Oda’s script is rich with bold ideas, beginning with the surreal notion of entire lives […] HIFF: Nine Days – Movie Review 0

English Film Reviews 1: Good Time

Director(s): Benny Safdie, Josh Safdie Cast: Robert Pattinson, Benny Safdie, Buddy Duress The Subject of the Film without Spoilers: Film is about two brothers who tries to make a bank robbery even though they make the robbery successfully one of the brothers gets caught and the other brother Connie tries to save his mentally disabled […] English Film Reviews 1: Good Time 0

NYFF: Mangrove – Movie Review

The story of the Mangrove Nine, when a group of Black West Indie-British activists fought back against racist police raids in a tense series of courtroom showdowns, seemed to pitch itself as a movie even when it unfolded in 1970. It only took fifty years, but writer-director Steve McQueen’s Mangrove works overtime to fill the […] NYFF: Mangrove – Movie Review 0

I’m Thinking of Ending Things – Movie Review

It must be exhausting being Charlie Kaufman. For two decades now, Hollywood’s most madly inspired writer turned writer-director has been continually offering tours of the space between his ears. Even when Kaufman’s movies aren’t explicitly opening wormholes into the brain, they still feel like streams of his own consciousness, breathlessly expressing every thought that’s raced […] I’m Thinking of Ending Things – Movie Review 0