Picturesque like the portrayed establishment and witty as the main concierge of this film. It’s a NEW EXPERIENCE to a vintage beauty of the cinema. Thanks to Sofia Coppola’s boyfriend.
“There are still faint glimmers of civilization left in this barbaric slaughterhouse that was once known as humanity...” said Gustave to Zero, and Zero to the writer. Check-in to the hotel, please.
Witty and enlightening reinterpretation of Sleeping Beauty with well-crafted conflict-driven plot and feminist touch. The only problem is the villain-ish point of view that retracts Jolie from the protagonist’ side. The best part of Maleficent is the convincing building in the beginning; but it makes no self-sustained plot that ruins by simplified climax.
“Well, well,” uttered Maleficent. Read more about Maleficent here.
For a horror film, Oculus surprisingly exaggerates its scare on the perception, rather than visual as it finds the pleasure of playing trick to alter reality and perception.
“You see what it wants you to see.” See it here!
It looks bluntly like a mash-up of modern sci-fi invasion but with massive rampage and clever, playful plot—it makes you feel like playing an arcade game with “almost” infinite restart button. It deserves to be 2014’s sleeper-hit.
“What happens to you happened to me,” shout Rita to Cage. Live.Die.Repeat.More.
A Coppola lives with diverse views of fame. And Sofia Coppola is a Coppola.
X-Men: Days of Future Past is indeed an ambitious and audacious project on this long-running franchise that gives no chance for purist. You better believe.
“Please. We need you to hope again,” said Professor X to young Charles Xavier. More days. More X-Men.