Review: Dazzling Beauty & The Beast

This review contains no spoilers, but seriously, it is a remake.  So. I have just returned from cinema seeing the live action remake of Disney classic Beauty And The Beast (Guess what, it’s been 26 bloody years!). Now, I’ve watched this piece so many times and although it was never my favorite (It’s Anastasia) I was smiling […]

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Fantastic Fantastic Beasts

Before I even begin, I must say this:  I am a devoted and very notable, not to mention a faithful fan of Jo Rowling. This English woman has given me so much with her books and the glimpse into her world that I will never be able to repay. When you’re a lonely, bullied kid, this sort […]

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Febio Fest: Day 2 with kids strenght

My second and last day at Czech film festival “Febio Fest” was filled with equally amazing movies, just as the first one. This time I have chosen to see two films of which both showed just how strong and genuine kids can be, even though they fight their demons of many forms. JEREMY / EL […]

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Febio Fest: Day 1 with real life

On 20.3, Sunday I have had the pleasure going to Czech film festival known as Febio Fest, personally my favourite. This year, this festival certainly has a lot to offer. Unfortunately I can not visit more than two days of this festival, so I had to pick carefully. Well, not that carefully Sunday was clearly […]

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Farewell Mr. Rickman

For me, as for many others, this day (or week really given David Bowie sad passing) will forever be remembered. I have always admired his brilliance, devotion, approach and was he not just extraordinary and funny. It have not started with Severus Snape and while he was such an amazing man to portray this complex […]

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Review: Black Keys – Turn Blue

I have read several Black Keys reviews on their new album before I listened to my own copy and from their comments I expected funk. But I surely heard very fine blues instead! I can agree on one thing only, Black Keys went in different direction with their eight studio album, dropping rock and inserting […]

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Review : Noah | Pity of that script

 Epic biblical epos telling story of Noah to new generation with nice CGI work seemed like a nice shot. I was in awaits what is director Darren Aronofsky going to deliver but I was a bit dissapointed. All on this movie was brilliant but the script. It was somehoe new view, new income and missed […]

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