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Daily Archives: October 8, 2015

The nineties were a great time for movies. Was it the time of high discovery and boundary-pushing artistic movements that defined the films of the seventies? Maybe not to most elite film enthusiasts, but one thing the nineties did undeniably have in its movies was variety. There were movies being put out in theatres that took chances, and great filmmakers… Read more »

08 October 2015 | Features, Film Lists

Divorce is a very stressful event in anybody’s life and has been dramatized in attempts to show its harsh consequences on the familial relationship and it has been hilariously made light of through screwball comedies and satirical pieces. There have also been completely realistic films, heart-breaking films, frustrating films, depressingly funny films and many more. The subject can be twisted… Read more »

08 October 2015 | Features, Film Lists

With the latest release of Inside out, kids movies with a social message had a huge revival. When making this list we we’re surprised on how many movies actually contains big social messages that not only applies to kids but grown ups like ourselves as well. These 10 movies had knowing or unknowing a big impact on many people’s lives…. Read more »

08 October 2015 | Film Lists

Somber yet simultaneously mischievous, Michael Almereyda’s (Nadja) latest and most vigorous picture yet, Experimenter, is a visually and verbally spellbinding showpiece. Beginning in 1961 at Yale, renowned social psychologist Stanley Milgram (Peter Sarsgaard) wielded the baton on a series of psychological experiments in which subjects believed they were administering electrical shocks to an amiable and innocent subject, a stranger, in… Read more »

08 October 2015 | Reviews