[critical] 50 SHADES OF GREY

Avant of all, I must clarify at what point I went into the meeting with a negative feeling. Ready to puke on the film all my bile criticism, based on “little sex”, “no depth”, “no interest”. Convinced, that I would lose just 2 hours of my life to see a classic romance, from seduction to […]

[CRITICAL] A BIGGER SPLASH

Luca Guadagnino plunges into The pool of Jacques Deray and realizes A BIGGER SPLASH, a remake ambitious that the announcement is for the less exhilarating as the legendary film of 1969 still retains all of its beautiful today. But Luca Guadagnino takes beautiful distances with the original work and offers a genuine reinterpretation. Exit the […]

[CRITICAL] WITH OPEN ARMS

For his latest film, open arms, Philippe de Chauveron uses the recipe of a clash of cultures That is what we did to God ?, but does that to flirt with many of the racist clichés. In spite of the controversy that has preceded the film, linked to the shots probably ashamed that he is […]

[CRITICAL] ADOPTS A WIDOWER

It would seem that a torrent of good feelings hits currently on the French cinema and ADOPTS A WIDOWER is no exception. So far, this comedy is anything but am bullshitting and covers topics really touching in its gait light. For his second feature film without Thomas Sorriaux (who just realized The Dream Team), François […]

[CRITICAL] The ICE AGE : the LAWS OF The UNIVERSE

Fifth installment of the saga cult signed BlueSky, The ICE AGE, the LAWS OF The UNIVERSE immerses us in the adventures cosmic, quite disappointing. This time, it was a rain of meteorites, and nothing other than the revelation that threaten our characters. If the decorations are fascinating and the secondary characters are full, everything is […]

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