The Adapted #2: Let The Right One In (2004)

Author: John Ajvide Lindqvist Original TitleLåt den rätte komma in Page: 480 Genre: Gothic, Horror Published by: Thomas Dunne Books in 2007 (transl. version)

Adapted into: Let the Right One In (2008) by Thomas Alfredson and Let Me In (2010) by Matt Reeves.

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Thursday Movie Picks #9: All in the Family Edition: Father-Son Relationships (Biologically Related)

This week’s theme is All in the Family Edition: Father-Son Relationships (Biologically Related). Chef (2014), The Judge (2014), and Boyhood (2014) made it, but why?

It’s the post-Oscar Thursday Movie Picks coming to its 9th episode in 2015, as it’s still hosted by Wandering through the Shelves Blog. Continue reading “Thursday Movie Picks #9: All in the Family Edition: Father-Son Relationships (Biologically Related)”

BLINDSPOT: Days of Heaven (1978)

Days of Heaven is a majestic beauty composed by juxtaposing magic-hour visual beauty and complicated love-triangle plot. Although, it triggered Terrence Malick’s 20-year hiatus, it’s worth it to save the maestro’s elusive touch.

Nobody’s perfect. There was never a perfect person around. You just have half-angel and half-devil in you,” said Linda in monologue.

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Thursday Movie Picks #8: Oscar Winning Movies (from pool of Winners of Best Picture/Best Animated Film/Best Foreign Film)

The Departed (2006), No Country for Old Men (2007), and A Separation (2011) is the picks for Thursday Movie Picks #8: Oscar Winning Movies (from pool of Winners of Best Picture/Best Animated Film/Best Foreign Film)

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Kingsman: The Secret Service (2015)

Kingsman bend the spy genre with visceral style and reciprocal visions to the comic book; it might follow Kick-Ass over-the-top approach in composing a vivid R-rated action, but that’s a good thing—with Colin Firth as the slickest suave spy ever.

Sorry, Love. Gotta save the world,” said Eggsy.

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