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Posts da categoria: movies
Lola Versus (dir. Daryl Wein, 2012) Another young-woman-searching-for-herself movie, that’s so in these days. It’s a nice movie, but I would recommend Frances Ha instead, with the same protagonist (the independent directors favorite Greta Gerwig) and a very similar central plot. The highlight … Continue lendo
2 Days in New York (dir. Julie Delpy, 2012) It’s curious and fun to observe the cultural differences between the U.S. and France in this comedy directed by Julie Delpy, but I recommend watching 2 Days in Paris before, so you … Continue lendo
Hitchcock (dir. Sacha Gervasi, 2012) First of all, I could not get over how much Anthony Hopkins is NOT resembling Alfred Hitchcock in this movie. And, please, Scarlett Johansson as Janet Leigh. No, right? Also, I think the name of the movie … Continue lendo
Frances Ha (dir. Noah Baumbach, 2012) Do you know that stage in life when you’re not in school anymore, but you still don’t have a great job, a nice apartment… When your life should be minimally structured, but it’s not? Well, … Continue lendo
I’m a huge Jeff Bridges (a.k.a. The Dude) fan. And now I’m an even bigger fan, since I discovered he’s also an excellent photographer – and has registered the backstage of more than 50 films he starred. In an old USA … Continue lendo
City Island (dir. Raymond De Felitta, 2009) A nice and unpretentious comedy about a family living on a small island in the Bronx, whose patriarch, played by Andy Garcia, dreams of becoming an actor. With a young – and still unknown … Continue lendo
Barbara (dir. Christian Petzold, 2012) A portrait of East Germany in the 80′s, this movie impresses with a subtle and strong script, without the always annoying communist clichés. A fine example of the new german cinema, I really recommend it! Watch the trailer. … Continue lendo
Big Night (dir. Campbell Scott & Stanley Tucci, 1996) How can anyone not love a good food movie? From the time that ordering risotto at a restaurant was considered exotic. I’m still dreaming about all the amazing italian dishes, especially the timpano. Watch … Continue lendo
♥ 1. Patricia & Michel (Jean Seberg and Jean-Paul Belmondo) in Breathless (À bout de souffle, 1960). 2. Gertie & E.T. (Drew Barrymore and E.T.) in E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, 1982. 3. Holly & Paul (Audrey Hepburn and George Peppard) in Breakfast at Tiffany’s, 1961. … Continue lendo