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[Review] “A Most Wanted Man” (2014): After 09/11

A Most Wanted Man is one of the last movies with the late Philip Seymour Hoffman (Capote, The Master). He is directed by Anton Corbijn (Control, The American) and plays with Rachel McAdams (The Notebook, Sherlock Holmes), Grigoriy Dobrygin (How I Ended This Summer), Willem Dafoe (Spider-Man, The Grand Hotel Budapest) and Robin Wright (Forrest Gump, House of Cards). He portrays a spy character that the famous author and former British secret service spy John Le Carré knows so well to describe. Let’s dive in a new film post-09/11. Film review by Bulles de Culture.

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[REVIEW] “Pride” (2014): Nothing but happiness!

To have again faith in human being, in his kindness and in his ability to change the world, it seems inconceivable but that is what Pride will do to you. Our review on this film directed by Matthew Warchus with Bill Nighy (Love Actually, Indian Palace) and Imelda Staunton (Vera Drake, Harry Potter and the Order of Phoenix).

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“Guardians Of The Galaxy” (2014), the geek blockbuster film of the summer

Before the release of the Chinese blockbuster, Young Detective Dee: Rise of the Sea Dragon by Tsui Hark, here’s one of the geek blockbusters of the summer: Guardians of the Galaxy by James Gunn. Originality of the plot: the usual Marvel supermen usually called to save the world, and most of the time the universe, are replaced by a bunch of off-the-law loosers. Want to go on board? Let’s go!     

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“The Double” (2013), the film which sees two of everything!

When the British and longhaired director Richard Ayoade, actor of the excellent English geek series The IT Crowd (2006-2013) meets American screenwriter Avi Korine, brother of Harmony Korine (Spring Breakers), and makes a science fiction film adapted from a short story by the Russian writer Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoyevsky with Jesse Einsenberg (The Social Network, Now You See Me) and Mia Wasikowska (Maps to the Stars) in the leading parts, of course we really want to see this The Double (2013).    

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