Unconditional fan of the Diablo saga, I really want the 4th chapter! That is why he wants to relive the story of 3 to quench my wait !!! Do you like it?🤩👌
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😡🎬🥊ROCKY COLLECTION🥊🎬😡. Rocky is a saga of popular boxing films, written and starred by Sylvester Stallone, in the role of Rocky Balboa. The films in order of release are: Rocky (1976), Rocky II (1979), Rocky III  (1982), Rocky IV (1985), Rocky V (1990), Rocky Balboa (2006), Creed (2015) ) and Creed II (2018). The series of films raised more than $1,000,000,000 worldwide. I love this saga. Do you like it?? What is your favourite chapter??🥊🥊🎬
Spine #962: “Death in Venice” (1971) by Luchino Visconti. Based on the novel by Thomas Mann, we follow Gustav von Aschenbach (Dirk Bogarde), a prominent composer who travels to Venice to recuperate after a disastrous concert. Staying at the seaside Grand Hotel des Bains, he instantly notices Tadzio (Björn Andrésen), a beautiful young boy on vacation with his family. As Gustav watches him from afar, a major infatuation begins. || “Death in Venice” is certainly an interesting picture. Its subject matter alone is so controversial, that as viewers, we’re keen on keeping our eyes on screen to make sure that we don’t miss a thing. True to Visconti, the Italian auteur takes his time to Gustav von Aschenbach’s world. It is a slow-burning picture that requires the utmost patience to appreciate. The director gives us eye candy (in the wonderful production design, costumes, and cinematography) that will hopefully sustain our interest. However, be warned—“Death in Venice” is not for everyone. It’s glacial moving pace and thin plot may be a problem for some moviegoers. I liked it, but I didn’t love it. However, I still appreciate it for what it is: an interesting character study of an artist seeking out true beauty. Could it be Visconti’s most personal film? The underrated Dirk Bogarde is a gem in the leading role. His nuanced portrayal of queer desire is worthy of an Oscar nomination. #deathinvenice#luchinovisconti#dirkbogarde#criterioncollection#criterionchannel#criterionbluray#bluray#bluraycollection#bluraycollector#blurayaddict#blurayjunkie#bluraymovie#movies#movie#movienight#movietime#film#filmbuff#cinema#cinephile#cinephilecommunity#cinephiles#cinephilia#worldcinema#italiancinema
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To you, venerable There Will Be Blood, I impart my Blessing.
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To you, venerable The Two Towers, I impart my Blessing.
"The world in which you seek to undo the mistakes that you made is different from the world where the mistakes were made."
A lawyer bites off more than he can chew when he becomes involved with drug dealing in Ridley Scott and Cormac McCarthy's batshit crazy spiral into absurdism; The Counselor. This movie... guys... this fucking insane movie... I don't know where to begin. Uhm... Bruno Ganz analyzes a diamond for five minutes, Javier Bardem has an orange tan, anime hair, and TWO pet cheetahs, Michael Fassbender cries a lot, Brad Pitt talks about snuff films, and Cameron Diaz /fucks a car/. Yeah. It's wild.
The Counselor is pretty much nuts from beginning to end. It starts crazy and just stays that way until the very end, never once relenting from its weird humor, brutal violence, and sleazy nature. It's got sex... it's got bloody shoot outs... it's got heavy and quirky dialogue... it's got a palpable sense of dread while being an incredibly absurd romp... it has two decapitations.
The Counselor seems to have been born from frustration. Ridley Scott spent a lot of time trying to adapt Cormac McCarthy's Blood Meridian into a film, only for the project to eventually crumble. So, Scott and McCarthy teamed up and made... this. It's like watching them throw their middle fingers into the air while maniacally laughing. It's like watching them say "fuck you" in unison.
And I'm here for it.
Honestly, I regret taking so long before watching this. The Counselor is a gift for people like me, who like their films over the top and subversive.
This is just... I don't want to spoil it. I don't want to be repetitive either... but I can't emphasize enough how much this movie just feels like a slap to the face. I can't describe it any better than that... you just need to see it.
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So, Kevin Feige says this one is officially the final movie of the Infinity Saga within the MCU. Frankly I’m a bit puzzled by that statement. True, it can function as an epilogue of some sorts and the ramifications of Avengers Endgame are strongly felt. But having experienced the ending of Endgame, seeing the virtual curtain calls with the characters posing and actors autographs, the end shot of Cap and Peggy and no post credits scene to boot, you wouldn’t expect anything like this. Almost as if it was an afterthought.
That’s not to say Spider-Man Far From Home isn’t fun! Hell, it’s tons of fun! Again a very strong Spider-Man movie with a lot of humor, a classic Spider-Man comic book story and a nice setup for things to come. Something that Sony could not have pulled of by just themselves IMHO. So I’m glad the cooperation between them and Marvel is still going on for now. Hope they keep that up, even after this agreement expires.
Also glad Sony isn’t bugging out of 3D Blu Ray releases just yet. This makes for a great final building block of the MCU Infinity Saga (according to Kevin Feige of course 😉).
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I've never really been into the whole Nunsploitation genre but I figured I'd give this one a watch. Let's see if it makes me wanna watch more killer nuns in the future lol #arrowvideo#arrow#horror#bluray#bluraycollector#nunsploitation#killernun