Monthly Archives: January 2016

The Revenant (2015), presenting nature as a symbol of the human mind.

9/10 Glass (Leonardo DiCaprio) gets grievously wounded while the hunting party needs his skills to plot the way home. He gets left behind to die, but Fitzgerald (Tom Hardy) who is supposed to give him a burial, commits grave acts, … Continue reading

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The Liebster Award!

OMG! OMG! Remco from Silver Screen Savant has nominated me for a Liebster Awawd! Thanks Remco, your blog entries are like the first rays of the new rising sun. If your gravatar were a pillow, I would put it on … Continue reading

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Philip K. Dick – The Penultimate Truth (1964)

7/10 Science fiction. 191 p. (short, eh. Read it in a few days.) The Penultimate Truth is one of those older science fiction books that explored ideas when they were still new and fresh. But those same ideas have been … Continue reading

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The Big Short (2015)

7/10 In the years before the economic crisis of 2008, we follow a couple of people who bet against the economy, against the banks. No one believes that they know what they are doing, but when the crisis hits, they … Continue reading

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Enemy Mine (1985)

5.5/10 Dennis Quaid plays Willis Davidge, a fighter pilot who fights hostile aliens in outer space. He crashes on an alien planet, together with the alien that he was chasing through space. Together, they are forced to rely on each … Continue reading

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B. Catling – The Vorrh (2012)

9/10. Fantasy, surrealism. 512 p. How to explain this book? Brian Catling is a visual artist who excels in performance art and sculpture and has exhibitions in those scary and baffling modern art museums around the world. He’s also a … Continue reading

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How The Intern (2015) manages to insult everyone.

In spring 2015, a comedy was released named The Intern, and it is quite inter-esting to take a closer look at this movie. It is a movie that marches proudly into the minefield that is gender issues, and steps on … Continue reading

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