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Cinema September 29, 2021 007 No time to die review

Yesterday I watched in press preview the last chapter of Bond saga: 007 No time to die, maybe the last movie with Daniel Craig (first one was Casinò Royale in 2006). This preview was made in Rome, they gave me also a beautiful gadget: the wonderful Aston Martin as key holder of course. Here is …

Cinema August 27, 2020 Tenet by Christopher Nolan: quick review

After a first lockdown due to pandemia by Sars-COV2 I went back in cinema finally. I watched Tenet, the new thriller directed by Christopher Nolan with Robert Pattinson, John David Washington and Kenneth Branagh. This is my review of Tenet. This movie is about 150 minutes of explosions and pure adrenaline. I watched it in …

Cinema Street photography June 8, 2020 The Midnight Meat Train: cinema and street photography

Today I watched for the first time The midnight meat train (2008), an horror/thriller full of splatter with Bradley Cooper. Screenplay is based on Clive Owen‘s book with the same name. The main character Leon (Bradley Cooper) is essentially a street photographer. He takes photos of people in the streets of New York City trying …

Cinema February 7, 2020 Oscars 2020: personal thoughts and favorites

This year was great for cinema industries. There are a lot of beautiful movies released in 2019 so the Oscars running 2020 is really interesting. Last year was not so good, the winner was Green Book with Viggo Mortensen, nice movie but not a masterpiece. In this edition we have great films: 1917 by Sam …

Cinema January 25, 2020 1917 by Sam Mendes – Review

Last week I’ve seen in press preview the last movie directed by Sam Mendes: 1917. The film is set in France in April 1917 during the First World War. Scenes have been shot in England for logistic issues. As in Dunkirk by Nolan, 1917 uses new and young faces as main characters. Two young english …

Cinema December 20, 2019 Star Wars the rise of Skywalker – Review

I’ve watched in press preview the last movie of the Star Wars trilogy produced by Disney. I’m talking about Star Wars the rise of Skywalker (December 2019). Here is a quick review of the movie. First chapter of this new trilogy was released in theaters in December 2015: Star Wars The force awakens directed by …

Cinema October 31, 2019 The Irishman by Martin Scorsese: personal thoughts

Last week I’ve watched the last movie directed by Martin Scorsese in Rome film festival, The Irishman. The movie was produced by Netflix, it lasts about 3,5 hours. That movie has an awesome cast with Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci, Al Pacino and Harvey Keitel; so it is in such way a sort of reunion …

Cinema February 8, 2019 The Mule with Clint Eastwood, review

The Mule review- The last movie directed and interpreted by Clint Eastwood. Directed by: Clint Eastwood Genre: thriller, action, road movie Cast: Clint Eastwood, Bradley Cooper, Andy Garcia, Michael Pena, Alison Eastwood, Laurence Fishburn Running time: 116 minutes Official synopsis (Warner Bros): Eastwood stars as Earl Stone, a man in his 80s who is broke, alone, and …