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Review: “A Rainy Day in New York” – Woody Allen

Woody Allen is currently in the spotlight again – and this time it also has to do with the personal accusations against the director. His newest film „A Rainy Day in New York“ was already shot in 2017 and was supposed to be one of four, which Allen was supposed to stage in cooperation with

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Review: “So long, My Son” – Xiaoshuai Wang

Years ago Yaojun and Liyun’s son Xing died in a tragic accident, while his best friend Hao has to live with the guilt. For decades, Wang’s film has been a knotted web in the middle of Chinese one-child politics, jumping from scene to scene from past to present. The personal influence in the story is

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Review: “Ma” – Tate Taylor

Thrilling, oppressive, psychological – that is the model that the company Blumehouse is standing for. The production company has proven in recent years that it hasn’t yet shaken up the cinematic landscape enough, but that a new wave of horror film has opened up. In this new genre representative Olivia Spencer is supposed to keep

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Review: “The Doors” – Oliver Stone

A biopic as it says in the book: Oliver Stone’s “The Doors” is led by his music and his main actor and entertained on exactly the right basis, adding very little to the myth of the 60s rock band. The audience experiences the classic rise of the band from its beginnings in clubs to the

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