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Wolf Children review


Japanese Wolf Children from 2012 may seem like a cartoon but this two-hour long animated movie deals with pretty adult themes. It centers around mother who raises her two children in a remote house under the mountain and in the absence of their father. She’s doing everything in her power to learn new things and how to provide for her children despite their secrets which can make their life...

TV series and movies I’m watching these days


I like watching TV series and movies from time to time. Not on TV, but on my laptop because advantages are clear to me; no annoying ads and you can watch video on-demand. You can also organize time how you are going to watch it. For example often I don’t watch a movie from start to finish in one evening but in course of several. So these days I’m watching two TV series (The Good...

Review: The Blackcoat’s Daughter


The Blackcoat’s Daughter is a slow-paced, mysterious narrative where you need to figure out for yourself how the pieces fits together. It’s not a type of horror movie that relies on sudden increases of audio volume and other clichés associated with horror movies (OK, maybe there’s one which I mention at the end of the next paragraph). Instead working on a shock-value and a jump-scare...

Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk


“Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk” is a movie with a boring title, but it turned out to be quite good and make you think! On one side you have soldier’s sister who doesn’t want her brother to go back to Iraq, on other an American show-business which glorify American soldiers (making them parading in halftimes shows of a American football matches) but when it comes to...

The Red Pill: A movie about men’s rights movement


The Red Pill is a really interesting documentary about men’s rights movement (MRA). Also because it is made by Cassie Jaye, who told in the documentary her background of being a feminist for 10 years and about her earlier career as an Hollywood actress and how married movie producers harassed her on streets and photographers told her to loose weight and get breast implants. She quieted acting and...

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