Author: Chris

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It’s no laughing matter — a “Joker” review

The underwhelming financial results of “Justice League” led to some reorganisation of the Warner Bros. DC Comics on film section. The first thing that changed was the whole film universe idea: „Our intention, certainly, moving forward is using the continuity to help make sure nothing is diverging in a way that doesn’t make sense, but… Continue reading

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92th Oscars: the good, the bad and the ugly

On last Tuesday, the Academy announced the nominees for their 92th award ceremony. You can watch the announcement below: And here is the full list: Best picture Ford v Ferrari The Irishman Jojo Rabbit Joker Little Women Marriage Story 1917 Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood Parasite Best actor Antonio Banderas – Pain and Glory… Continue reading

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Critics’ Choice Awards 2020

Though I very much wanted to watch Critics’ Choice Awards 2020, my zombie-mode made me pass, and instead of pulling an all-nighter to admire my favourite gala, I chose sleep (is that called adulting?). However, I could not miss the chance to comment on the results of the gala, so the first thing I did… Continue reading

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77th Golden Globe Awards

Last night, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association held the 77th Golden Globe Awards ceremony. I, of course, didn’t sleep the whole night (the ceremony was broadcast from 2:00 a.m. to 5:30 a.m. in my time zone), so that I’d be able to share the list of winners (in order of them being awarded) and a… Continue reading

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Stranger conversations

Mere hours before “Strangers Things” season 3 gets released, Chris and Dan sat down to talk about the first two seasons of the series. Chris: One of the first things that comes to mind, when talking about “Stranger Things” is the 80s nostalgia and how it was used to create the whole storyline. You can see… Continue reading

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Seing double: “Us” review

When she was young, Addy lived through a traumatic event, which left her scarred for a long time. Now, Adelaide Wilson is a happy wife and mother of two children. However, while on a holiday trip with her family, she encounters her past demons once again: a family that looks exactly like hers shows up… Continue reading