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#TheLastJedi is not the greatest #StarWars film but it certainly is a worthy addition to the galactic saga. The droid humour in The Last Jedi provides much needed comic relief in between scenes of chaos and carnage. At 152 minutes the film is at least 20 minutes too long and needless to say it's the last 15 minutes or so that are most memorable.

http://www.apotpourriofvestiges.com/2017/12/star-wars-last-jedi-2017-movie-review.html

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"Ainda que estejamos falando de uma temática já bastante explorada no mundo do cinema, de maneira geral, a narrativa é bastante competente, porém o jogo é ganho ao analisarmos três pontos distintos: Direção de atores, direção de arte, fotografia."

Nova crítica no Tela Larga.
Confiram.

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The trailer of Ridley Scott's #AlienCovenant has been released on YouTube and it looks creepier than any Alien film so far. Alien: Covenant is the sixth movie of the Alien franchise and is looked upon as a sequel to Prometheus and a prequel to the original Alien film. It is slated to release on May 19, 2017.

http://www.apotpourriofvestiges.com/2016/12/trailer-review-alien-covenant-creepy.html

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Akira (2016): Movie Review

By Rabab Haider​

Ever since ‘Mother India’ in 1957, Bollywood has made numerous women-centric films that have been greatly appreciated by all but sometimes the idea is ruined by poor dialogues and scenes that stretch unnecessarily. Directed by AR Murugadoss, Akira is an example of one such movie.

Anurag Kashyap outshines the rest of the cast. Konkona Sen Sharma performs remarkably as an honest police officer who investigates the case in spite of being pregnant. Sonakshi Sinha tries her best to come out of her ‘damsel in distress’ image but the dialogues by Karan Singh Rathore fail her terribly.

Although the movie fails to leave its mark on the audience's minds, the efforts of the cast and crew to make a film which tries to break the prejudice about a female protagonist cannot go unnoticed.

Read full review at:

http://www.apotpourriofvestiges.com/2016/09/akira-2016-movie-review.html

#Akira #AnuragKashyap #SonakshiSinha

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#Glas (1958): Dutch Filmmaker #BertHaanstra's Oscar-Winning Short Documentary

I recently had the privilege of watching the Dutch master filmmaker Bert Haanstra’s 1958 Oscar-winning short documentary film Glas. The film’s first viewing left me in such awe that since then I would have re-watched it at least a half of dozen times, if not more.

While Glas is essentially a film about the manufacturing process of glassworks, it is also something much more. Glas, above all, is the celebration of the spirit of filmmaking. Here is a film that presents in great unison the three most important elements of the cinematic language: image, sound and montage.

Read the full story at:

http://www.apotpourriofvestiges.com/2016/08/glas-1958-dutch-filmmaker-bert.html

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"45 anos", que rendeu o Urso de Prata de melhor atuação do Festival de Berlim para seus dois protagonistas, é o terceiro longa-metragem do diretor Andrew Haigh
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