Why I think dialogues in films are not as important as people may want to believe. Cinema is mainly a visual media, let's focus more on the image and what it can tell.
Sometimes, you want to talk about a film that hasn't been released yet, because you put a lot of faith in it. So in this post, I will be talking about Girl, by Lukas Dhont, and why it is important to me that it doesn't disappoint.
Crime against African-American people in America is a hot topic, so hot that many works of fictions are made on the subject. I am no expert, far from it, but I'm always interested in filling some of the blank in my own knowledge, to complement the limited information that we get in the press.
It looks like a movie review at first, but the real subject actually starts at the second paragraph.
I went to see Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle last week, and I might say, it was a very good surprise. I didn't expect much, so it went beyond my expectations. First, it's a good entertainment. Dwayne Johnson and Karen Gillian are two of my current favourite comedians and I don't think a movie can really fail on the humour side if they're attached to it. [...]
Yesterday was Halloween, and since I had nothing planned, I decided to go watch a midnight screening of The Rocky Horror Picture Show. [...]