“Paulina” is the best reflect of strength

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From director Santiago Mitre, Paulina is a complex exploration of the ethics of political action and a provocative character study of a social justice activist – and her unsettling choices in the face of violence and social discrimination. Set in a racially and politically marginalized community in Argentina’s Northeast, the film tackles the moral ambiguities of those who seek to aid and ally themselves with the disadvantaged from their positions of privilege. Read more

Annabelle Creation premiere arrivals

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The fear and hopelessness in “47 Meters Down”

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From director Johannes Roberts, 47 METERS DOWN is a terrifying tale of survival set in the domain of the ocean’s fiercest creatures and Lisa (Mandy Moore) is ready for adventure while on vacation in Mexico. Read more

Cars 3 premiere arrivals

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The wildest farm in “LA GRANJA”

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By GTVW Staff

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From Angel Manuel Soto, this   Puerto Rican drama La Granja (The Farm) “La Granja” begins in the small sector of a Macondo-like island forgotten by the catastrophic effects of an economic depression and drug addiction; lives are pushed to the limit. A promising young boxer, a barren midwife, and a fat kid with a bike: three intersecting stories focus around the pursuit of happiness and its unanticipated consequences during the economic collapse of the island of Puerto Rico. Each actor in this modern day tragedy will ultimately discover how the pursuit of hope can dehumanize and expose underlying animal instincts. Read more

Wonder Woman premiere arrivals

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Universal Celebrates "The Mummy Day" with 75-Foot Sarcophagus Takeover at Hollywood & Highland

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Let the voters to share their democracy in “The Commune”

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From the award-winning filmmaker Thomas Vinterberg’s (THE HUNT, Oscar® and Golden Globe Nominee for Best Foreign Language Film; THE CELEBRATION, Golden Globe Nominee for Best Foreign Language Film) loving, sharply observed new drama  with The Commune.

When Erik’s (Ulrich Thomsen) father passes away, his wife, Anna (Trine Dyrholm), sick of Erik’s dour outlook and longing for something new, sees his now-empty family home as an opportunity to experiment with the trendy concept of communal living. Energized by the relaxed taboos of 1970s Copenhagen, Anne and Erik assemble a diverse, motley crew of cohabitants and embark on their new adventure – though they soon take very different paths. While Anna is anxious to stay home and experience life with her new extended family, Erik finds a more traditional way of reinvigorating himself: an affair with one of his students.

This film reflects a disintegrating marriage and lives with The Commune where dominance, control, order, even in an unconventional environment makes a strong group of human beings. Madness make the most interesting part of the film with particular humorous examination of the fallout from the social upheavals of the 1970s, and how values can quickly come into conflict with old habits and affiliations. Definitely might be worst but in all the cases its consequences are meaningful, dramatic and clever of pure love in the 70’s.




Alien: Covenant is full of suspense

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Ridley Scott returns to the universe he created, with Alien: Covenant, a new chapter in his groundbreaking Alien franchise.  The crew of the colony ship Covenant, bound for a remote planet on the far side of the galaxy, discovers what they think is an uncharted paradise, but is actually a dark, dangerous world.  When they uncover a threat beyond their imagination, they must attempt a harrowing escape. It’s a film full of energy to keep you engaged in its mystery combined with mythology. During 122 minutes you will enjoy the best disturbing and chilling sequences of the worst creation of the human beings. Despite the plot has sense for significant suspension, particularly with bravery of women in this film.

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