Bohemian Rhapsody

I don’t really like biographies. Quite often, they push the saw too much, they are too long, and a lot of filmmakers and actors unfortunately think that it is more important that everything is “right” in their film, which can often limit the filmmakers and the people in front of the camera. Although, paradoxically, many …

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The Perfect Kiss

The trailer has already raised a lot of eyebrows and questions, but I don’t feel like I’m any wiser than most terrified potential viewers after watching the entire 83 minutes of the film. Is this really coming to our cinemas? Yes, it looks like that. It was seriously filmed in Canada and the mysterious Tina …

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Mile 22: Review

We quite like Peter Berg in the editorial office. Leaving aside the excellent Welcome to the Jungle, a few fans even have Bay’s “moron” Battleship, and then, of course, mainly Wahlberg’s works, be it the militant Lone Survivor, Deep Water Horizon, or Patriots’ Day. Everything in red at the ČSFd, all rather sensitively served little …

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The Grinch

So the Grinch. The fairy tale classic revolves around a town where only cheerful, kind-hearted and cheerful people live, for whom Christmas is something like cocaine. The whole town comes alive with the smell of candy, everywhere there are trees, and milk and cookies for Santa have been prepared since mid-October. Well, above this Christmas …

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Creed II: Review

Adonis Creed is the heavyweight champion and he made it for himself, not his dad. And while he’s enjoying first-world problems in an apartment in the middle of Philly and thinking about moving within sight of Hollywood, Viktor Drago is eating cold proteins among the Kyiv apartment blocks under the watchful eye of a sullen …

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