The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry: I Will Keep Walking and She Must Keep Living

As Harold walks, he meets people, hears their stories, and rediscovers the simple beauties of life and nature.

Blood and Honey: Winnie the Pooh Goes Off the Rails

“Blood and Honey” appears to have struck a chord with many viewers, and the filmmakers have already shot a sequel.

„Moonage Daydream” Review: „Don’t Waste a Day, Don’t Waste Any Minute”

Bowie was a performer of incredible charisma, combining a dry wit with profound philosophical meditations on time, art, and poetry.

„Don’t Look Now” Review: Happy 50th Anniversary to the Roeg Classic!

Julie Christie and Donald Sutherland portray grieving parents navigating a series of perplexing and unsettling events…

„The Pod Generation” Review: Giving Birth to a Hard Boiled Egg

In this futuristic world, the Womb Centre offers a unique and expensive solution: portable, egg-like pods allow babies to develop…

„Oppenheimer” Review: A Naive Genius and His Moral Quandaries

Oppenheimer is frequently called the „father of the atomic bomb” – his memento is ethically controversial to say the least.

„Stewart” Review: The Flying Scot Beats One Goliath After Another

We follow Sir Jackie Stwart on a wild ride that goes from the roaring motorsports scene to exploring profound themes…

„Dalíland” Review: Building the Ultimate Pink Pr*ck

“Dalíland” takes us on a journey into the world of the legendary surrealist artist Salvador Dalí. A review by Dora Endre.

“Renfield” Review: A Handful of Nuns and a Busload of Cheerleaders

According to our story, Renfield lives to fulfill his master Dracula’s twisted wishes, no matter how depraved they may be.

„Villeneuve Pironi” Review: Racing’s Untold Tragedy Told in a Lousy Way

Undoubtedly, “Villeneuve Pironi” truly shines when it explores the untold stories of the women behind these legendary drivers.

“Beautiful Beings” Review: Someone Lifted Me Out of the Sea

When we meet 14-year-old protagonist of Beautiful Beings, he endures bullying, physical violence, and emotional torment.

Jennifer “Jini” Lash: Extraordinary Novelist and Matriarch of the Fiennes Family

In the realm of celebrities, where actors and filmmakers take center stage, there exists a hidden gem—a woman named Jennifer Lash.

„The Ghost of Richard Harris” Review: Unmasking the World’s Angriest Man

The Ghost of Richard Harris: a wonderfully shot and edited documentary introduces us to the enigmatic actor – a man of extremes.

“Sick of Myself” Review: My Hospital Selfie Is Better Than Yours

Sick of Myself cleverly explores the lengths people go to feel noticed and valued – even if it means losing their authenticity.

„Where The Tracks End” Review: Clouds Taste Like Cotton Candy

Where the Tracks End: capturing the essence of the Mexican countryside with its sweeping landscapes and vibrant colors

„Beau Is Afraid” Review: Ballad of the Wounded Man-Child

The story revolves around Beau’s attempt to return home after a long absence – writes Dora Endre about the movie Beau is Afraid.

Neptune Frost: Open Your Soul and Dare to Give In

Young adults escape from their village, and establish a new, revolutionary collective against the ruling authoritarian regime.

Inside: Is No Man an Island or Every Man an Island?

Nemo, an artist turned art aficionado slash art thief, gets trapped inside a monochrome art gallery-esque penthouse.

After Yang Review: There Is No Something Without Nothing

Yang, a certified and refurbished AI assistant beloved by his human family, needs a quick fix after a sudden breakdown.

Saint Omer: Terribly Human Monsters

Saint Omer is an edgy and emotionally turbulent courtroom drama painted with thick brushstrokes of mystery.

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