Whereas most of us may come to believe death is just awaiting us around the corner when turning 100, Allan Karlsson decides that is the perfect occasion for a fresh… [Continue Reading]
Director: Selton MelloCast: Selton Mello, Paulo José, Larissa ManoelaLanguage: Portuguese In the deep Brazilian countryside, where there are no cinemas or theaters, the circus is the main form of entertainment. They come… [Continue Reading]
From the director who gave the Swedish movie scene such beauties as Jalla! Jalla! (2000) and Kops
(2003), this time #Josef Fares# http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0267244/?ref_=nv_sr_1 is putting his own father in the leading role of this awesome comedy that at the same time skilfully shows the struggles men can be faced with. In Swedish, this movie is called Farsan, which would simply translate into The Dad. However, playing on one of the movie’s themes of #“growing a pair”# http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Grow%20a%20Pair, in English we end up with the title Balls.
If the cold evenings of February still force you to stay inside, fear not: this movie review comes into rescue! Indeed, what would be a better way to spend otherwise uneventful Wednesday than watch a feel-good film? Prepare yourselves: snacks – optional, good company – preferred, laughter – guaranteed.
Friday has arrived and so has our TGIF Movie selection! So, if the cold or rain outside makes you want to stay warm tonight and watch a movie at home instead of having to put on too many layers to go out, then this article will hopefully inspire you.
Draw your popcorn-loaded guns and plunge in a barrel of soda for this Friday you will have a closer look into Italian mafia, brought to New York in a very unusual and hilarious way. May I present you one of my favorite comic films: “La Leggenda di Al, John & Jack” (The legend of Al, John & Jack), an Italian movie, released in 2002, starring the three most famous Italian comedians Aldo, Giovanni and Giacomo.
It’s Friday! Bring the popcorn and put some extra butter because today’s movie is an amazing Brazilian comedy!