Dawn Of The Dead

As far as the scares are concerned, I am not scared. Lucky for George, he has plenty of other colors to paint this wall with something else. If Night Of The Living Dead is confined, specific, Dawn Of The Dead is all over the place. Showcasing all the repercussions and boasting all the showcased scenarios.…

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Night Of The Living Dead

The arrogance, the miscommunication is horrifying. There is no deal, nothing on the table, no table at all. Everything is up for grabs and burns. Among many filmmakers achieving their own various milestones in their first project, this one could be the ideal example, the milestone of that sub genre list- if there is any!…

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Knives Out

You think of it and you see it. You catch Rian plotting something, he catches you back with a grin observing the truth. This goes unmentioned and every second, for two hours. The writer and director Rian Johnson has all the attention he would want from me. Actually, more than he can imagine. And maybe…

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Minority Report

Hence, Minority Report feels like the first headline you read in the morning newspaper. It’s a good feeling. Spielberg felt in a rush, to me. Maybe he was following Cruise. It is not the first time one of his films has been a victim of this phenomenon and it won’t be the last if it…

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Dinner Rush

Neither Godfather nor Sopranos, it is more like a soap opera episode with a staggering twist. The director Bob Giraldi’s last film goes back to the beginning of this 21st century, almost two decades ago. And I say last film, because after that he hasn’t made any, which is kind of unusual in show business…

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The Village

Bryce Dallas Howard is a gem. It’s fine if you don’t buy it, just watch her and Joaquin Phoenix share their childhood. M. Night Shyamalan, the writer and director, over the years has managed to create his own followers, fans with a specific voice and taste. Now I might not be strongly one of the…

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Motherless Brooklyn

You will be rewarded. But that reward is piled under white lies that are obviously not convincing. Edward Norton, the second time director’s definitely-a-first official writing credit, is everything. Has everything. From a commercial look in its bigger picture to an art-sy rhythm in details. You’d think that a script with these qualities will be…

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From Hell

The scrutiny is left all the way to our imagination and when the time comes to answer, it never matches the description we had in our head. The Hughes Brothers, the directors, aren’t actually living up to the reputation of the Brothers’ show. Not to say that every of such duos have given us the…

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Non-Stop

In this suspicious blame game, emotions have no part. They don’t have any say. And you know what I liked that this time. And we are back. This was not intentional, trust me. And also this time it is not the writer but the director who has got a hold of me, now. Although if…

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