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  • Alfie



    "She's in lovely condition."

    Michael Caine is Alfie, one clever ladiesman located in London, where he roams the streets and goes about with his life always --and I mean, always-- meeting and seducing at least one "bird", daily. You see, Alfie is your typical Casanova, and he is not, at the same time. I guess audiences around the world have had, through all the years since its release, the main problem of finding an otherwise unscrupulous misogynist to be a…

  • The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford

    The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford


    An exploration of courage and celebrity, and the conditions and means by which some people understand the former and try to achieve the latter, this very-brooding yet somehow epic Western co-stars Brad Pitt and Casey Affleck, both in towering performances as the title characters, legendary outlaw Jesse James and his treacherous killer, 20-year-old Bob Ford, one of the members of James' own gang.

    Through a classic narrative the picture takes us into a deconstructive version of the story of Jesse…

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  • The Hateful Eight

    The Hateful Eight


    "The nigger in the stable has a letter from Abraham Lincoln?"

    And that is just but one quote. This is Tarantino's greatest screenplay since Pulp Fiction (1994). Every word from it is pure gold. I could picture in my mind the ominous snowy scenery suddenly getting blood-stained by reading this literary masterwork alone. Then even I could put Tim Roth or Michael Madsen in roles other than the ones they do, since I couldn't get enough of them --one of…

  • L.A. Confidential

    L.A. Confidential


    A bloody mess due to police corruption in 1950s' Los Angeles is handled expertly by director Curtis Hanson: both the ideal and the immoral, the gritty side and the Hollywood lights of lore unite to create a compelling picture that is neo-noir at its tightly exhuberant best.

    Based on James Ellroy's novel, it tells a grand epic but never loses its focus on the psychological motivations of its deeply faulty antiheroes, brilliantly played by Guy Pearce, Russell Crowe and Kevin…