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5 Shakespearean Quotes…In 5 Non-Shakespearean Films

Now it’s over four hundred years since Shakespeare passed away. However, as it always happens with the greatest genius, he seems to be still alive; now more than ever. Because his work is still in everything: from our expressions to the most fabulous piece of art. It’s so deep in our roots that we still see some of his work without ...

10 Films That Every Fiercely Independent Woman Should Watch

Quite often, all women who get what they want, have an amazing story to tell. That’s why cinema has brought to us some of the most inspirational stories for those who feel lost and lonely. And don’t deny it, everyone falls in love with a great female protagonist; it doesn’t matter how she looks nor her abilities, as long as she’s ...

8 Of The Best Film Parodies You’ll Ever Watch

If there was no cinema, there would probably be no cartoons. It’s a logical thought: the majority of what we see in animated features (regardless if they’re for children or not) has an inspirational source in most of well-know cinema classics…and therefore, it’s always nice to enjoy their essence in another atmosphere, even if it’s all about mocking them. With ...

9 Scenes That Make Us Question Why Disney Movies Are For Children…

Admit it, when you watched Disney films as a child, there were scenes that you just wanted to pass, and don't be embarrassed to say it. You may be surprised if you found out how many of today's children still react in the same ways as you did. But, what's even creepier is the realisation of what we were watching once we become adults. Everybody knows it, but no one takes it seriously: there are times in which Disney film shouldn't be considered for children. Here are 9 scenes that prove it and will make you think it twice if you ever watch one with a child...

The Fox And The Hound

It's a well-known fact that Disney loves animals. In many of their movies, animals are used to illustrate human behaviour, which is a very curious thing, and in this occasion animators decided to use humans to show children how cruel we can be with animals. 'The Fox And The Hound' just starts...and begins with a death! Big Mama's face says it all...

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Baby’s Finally Here!!! ‘Bridget Jones’ Baby’ Review

Yes, Bridget is back! Well, with some more wrinkles, and, of course, a little bit older, but still, she’s the same Bridget we once knew way back in 2001 when Helen Fielding’s novel ‘Bridget Jones’s Diary’ was released in cinemas. Now, 15 years later, the story has reached its climax; there’s no doubt that we’ve got here the romcom of the year and, ...

The Return Of The Four Horsemen – ‘Now You See Me 2’ Review

Audiences were left in awe after seeing ‘Now You See Me’. And now, the release of ‘Now You See Me 2’ is going to show what it really is to leave someone awestruck. Another sequel that, like its prequel, is another film in which its basic strengths are in its capacity to create a stunning visual experience. Unfortunately, that’s something we have been experiencing ...

After Dory…What Else Can You Find? – ‘Finding Dory’ Review

Just a few years after its birth, Pixar became the soft spot for everyone. Not only because it radically changed the world of animated features in cinematic history; all their stories (which are actually a few) are always a success. That’s because Pixar has always known how to make sequels better and prequels, and, therefore, how to make a story continue and last…”through infinity ...

More Boredom Than Wonder – ‘Alice Through The Looking Glass’ Review

No doubt that watching Tim Burton’s ‘Alice In Wonderland’ in 3D is an awesome experience, but that doesn’t guarantee a successful sequel. For this time, they wanted to keep it all. And it was so important that nothing is missing: characters, colours, visuals, points of view…they’re all in this new sequel ‘Alice Though The Looking Glass’. However, this effort in maintaining everything has ...

The Humanitarian Side Of War – ‘Eye In The Sky’ Review

Gavin Hood’s invitation to assist in a military mission should be considered as a first-hand experience of our current, real and hard-hearted world. ‘Eye In The Sky’ is an insight of one of those many issues that happen every day, and very often, what people don’t want to see. It’s unbelievable to see how Hood has presented this mixture of drama ...

A Cold Remembrance Of The Cold War – ‘Trumbo’ Review

Behind Hollywood’s glamour and ludicrous paraphernalia, there are wounds that remain open. That’s why films like ‘Trumbo’ need to be released and revised because the quantity of food for thought that they have inside is highly valuable. And now, more than ever, we have to talk about what’s inside, because that’s the point of everything: of this film, of its ...

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