• 8 of the Best Wild West Films

    The Western genre is as vast as the pairies of the American West, despite the fact that ultimately, they all tend to boil down to a few elements, among which we usually find horses, guns and poker. It’s quite […]

    Feb 16, 2024
    Julian A. Leu
  • Fargo Season 5 (Review)

    I wait for very, very few things in the film and series category with more excitement and enthusiasm than for a new season of Fargo. Why is that? Well, because over the years, Fargo has spoiled me with some […]

    Feb 9, 2024
    Julian A. Leu
  • The Main Characteristics of French Cinema

    I’ve already made the habit of exploring a country’s or wider region’s cinematic characteristics once per month. And, it so happened that over the holiday period, I watched not just one, but two French films – and thus decided […]

    Feb 2, 2024
    Julian A. Leu
  • The Brilliance of Alexander Payne’s Filmmaking

    I really liked Alexander Payne, who pleasantly surprised me back in the early 2010s with “The Descendants“, and really impressed me with the outstanding “Nebraska” a few years later. However, “Downsizing” wasn’t exactly my cup of tea, and ever […]

    Jan 26, 2024
    Julian A. Leu
  • Cellar Tales: Wine on the Big Screen

    Wine has long held a significant place in the world of cinema, serving as more than just a beverage. Its role in films extends across various genres, where it often carries symbolic meanings and contributes to the narrative and thematic […]

    Jan 18, 2024
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  • 7 Best Picture Contenders (2024)

    With the award season soon coming along, I think the time is right to take a look at some of the favourites for the biggest awards – the Best Picture and its equivalents. Sure, there will be some differences […]

    Jan 11, 2024
    Julian A. Leu
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