Posts Tagged: movies

Best Joker Quotes from the Dark Knight – Why so serious?

Heath Ledger’s portrayal of the Joker remains one of the most popular villains in movie history. Like Ledger, Joaquin Phoenix recently won an Oscar for portraying the Joker on the big screen. But while his performance as Arthur Fleck was undeniably raw and powerful, it still doesn’t hold a candle to the palpable sense of… Read more »

Gentlemen prefer blondes (1953)

Welcome to the 50’s where a woman’s chance of being sucessful came from what type of husband she could snag. And as the title says it, the blonde ones have a hell of a higher chance of getting a wealthy man (not necessarily a good one) than a brunette.Why?Because they’re dumb. Click to rate this… Read more »

Moonlight Mile – The Dialogue that moved me

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0179098/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0 You think if you just run around fast enough, figure out what everyone wants, no one’s gonna notice what a coward you are? Are you that scared? Click to rate this post! [Total: 0 Average: 0]

Golden Globes 2020

I have been waiting patiently last night to see the Golden Globes and I’ve cast my ballot after a lot of consideration. I really loved “Joker” and the descent into madness it talks about. The thing is I really loved Almodovar’s feature “Pain and Glory” and I sat breathless at the 2h showing of “Parasite”… Read more »

The Joker – Return to madness

Went to see The Joker last night and yes, the critics were right. The movie is an absolute masterpiece! The acting gave me shivers throughout and I nearly started crying when he got kicked about by those teenagers at the start of the movie. It’s a very powerful story about a man’s love for his… Read more »

The Goldfinch vs Pilsudski or the tale of the two Borys

I decided to treat myself last night and I went to the movies (Cineworld Unlimited perks means I can see as many as I want, when I want). Earlier this week I went to see The Kitchen (and was severely disappointed by the story and feminist agenda – even though the 70s backdrop was on… Read more »

Dolor y Gloria – Almodovar returns with this glorious movie

I’m a huge fan of the Spanish director Amodovar and being the movie goer that I am – I went to see a Spanish movie called “Pain and Glory” without realising Almodovar was the one behind it. When his name appeared on the title credits, I was tapping my feet in excitement. From the opening… Read more »