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September 20, 2009

Bruno (2009)

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Bruno hostes Paula Abdul to talk about her work for human suffering while being sitted on 3 mexicans and being served sushi on a forth one's hairy stomach

Many critics’ reviews would compare Sasha Baron Cohen’s latest movie with the previous one, Borat. Of course there are similarities between both pieces, they were both obviously created by the same man, and there are similar structure forms of many hilarious sketches – that many said would be more appropriate for youtube and that this is not a real movie. In art, there is no “real movie” concept. Either you belong to one type of films or you don’t, and this the real issue -  critics may not have enough categories to classify some films. Bruno is an amazingly hilarious piece of the 7th art. It is always surprising, striking and creative. (more…)

September 12, 2009

Deep Water (2006)

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Louise Osmond and Jerry Rothwell bring up a magnificent documentary around the first single-handed, non-stop, round-the-world yacht race held in 1968, the Sunday Times Golden Globe Race. Two prizes were giving, a golden globe to the man who finishes first in the race, and a 5000 pounds prize for the fastest man, but that was nothing compared to have your name written in the history books. There were no participation requirements, for this race wanted also to award those sailors who were already  at sea on their private round the globe seas sailing adventure, the sailors were to start the race anytime between the 1  till the 31 of October, in order to avoid the winter weather of cape Horn. (more…)

September 6, 2009

Red Cliff (2009)

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John Woo, Chinese director responsible for, among others, Face Off, this time focuses on Chinese History to create this saga of two long parts that form 4 hours of an epic historical movie at the times of the Han dynasty. This is the most expensive piece made ever in Asia and you can tell already from minute one. Armies of extras, outstanding effects, well chosen script, and beautiful stars. (more…)

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