[CRITICAL] COMANCHERIA

COMANCHERIA (Hell or high water in VO) opens on a scene of turning almost trivial : two men wearing balaclavas threatened the teller to steal a few tickets. Men leave, they discover their faces (Chris Pine and Ben Foster). The simplicity with which they have acted seems anachronistic. “How can we still break the bank […]

[critical] CONJURING – LES DOSSIERS WARREN

Before Amityville, there was Harrisville… Conjuring : records Warren, tells the story horrible, but true, Ed and Lorraine Warren, investigators of paranormal deemed to be in the world, came to the aid of a family terrorized by a presence disturbing them in their remote farmhouse… Forced to confront a creature of the demon a formidable […]

[COUNTER-CRITIQUE] THE LABYRINTH : THE EARTH BURNED

You will also find a positive criticism and supplementary, by Stone to this address. The first Maze, in spite of a tone and an artistic direction largely borrowed from the competition (Hunger Games, Divergent, The Giver, etc) proved to be an efficient entertainment through operating the best of its environment (a maze holding a prisoner […]

[CRITICAL] CORPORATE

For his first feature film, Corporate, Nicolas Silhol deconstructs brilliantly the mechanics of the system of the suffering at work. CORPORATE refers to a news alas dramatic : not a week without learning of the suicide to the work of employees in a company or employees in a hospital. Who is to blame ? Who […]

[CRITICAL] 007 SPECTRE

For a long time with the cinematographic saga, James Bond started in 1962 with Dr. No, one could note the use of a mechanically very accurate. The films followed the same codes, were similar and appeared to be in a certain format, in the manner of a series of non-feuilletonnante. As Colombo, Mission Impossible or […]

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