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Sivosten webZine :: Movies & Animation
Pathology (2008)
To be honest, the only reason I had for watching this movie was John de Lancie. I don't really know why, and though I've never seen him in a lead role, I always had a soft spot for his act. Anyway, he was as charming as ever, but the movie itself might’ve been a lot better and with only a couple of additional details it could become a very good ...

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Author: Angel Genchev, Wednesday, 24 September 2008. In Articles :: Movies & Animation
Zavet (2007)
Emir Kusturica – the man who single-handedly made the "dark Balkan subject" image into a fashion trend when it comes to western people. He's the one who managed to draw that magnificent picture of the life, even the lifestyle of our pretty specific region – the Balkans*. And he didn't turn a blind eye to any part of it; he didn't separate the ...

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Author: T. Hristov, Tuesday, 16 September 2008. In Articles :: Movies & Animation
Ca$h (2008)
Cash, but where's Tango? Well, he died in the opening scene. Also, there are some very obvious similarities between the movie and the Ocean's… series, though this one doesn't gather that much of a star cast. But when it comes to the plot, the story and even the cinematographic technique, those parallels are quite visible, sometimes even ...

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Author: Lyuben "LifeJoker" Zagorchev, Friday, 12 September 2008. In Articles :: Movies & Animation
My Mom's New Boyfriend (2008)
Meg Ryan. Just this name is enough to make one think of a sweet, romantic-comedy movie to take one's date to before dinner in a middle-class restaurant. Yeah, but what about "The Doors", you might ask? After all, everybody has one's glimmers, but unfortunately these are rather occasional moments, which fade away pretty fast. After all, there ...

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Author: T. Hristov, Tuesday, 26 August 2008. In Articles :: Movies & Animation
Starship Troopers 3: Marauder (2008)
Such movies should be automatically placed among the "How to avoid it and never ever do it again" examples, and then - just then - they must be finally condemned to oblivion. Or if I may paraphrase the Grand Master of Science Fiction and unfortunate author of the literature original behind all that "Starship Troopers" spawn, Robert Heinlein, ...

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Author: Angel Genchev, Sunday, 03 August 2008. In Articles :: Movies & Animation
The Discreditable Hulk
The Incredible Hulk (2008) Marvel might have just found the line of least resistance, for they seem to follow it in full sails - movie after movie, season after season, if not even closer. I do remember another Hulk a few years ago, but I don't recall any details - and it might even be something positive, as this one doesn't look as a ...

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Author: Angel Genchev, Friday, 20 June 2008. In Articles :: Movies & Animation
The Spiderwick Chronicles
Since the Harry Potter-s, we witness an increasing number of films inspired by children or well, teen fantasy. We saw the first Narnia film, we saw Eragon, we saw the Golden Compass, which even managed to steal a little Oscar like a gobbler. And recently, we saw The Spiderwick Chronicles. On first glance – yet another movie based on not so ...

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Author: Konstantin Delchev, Sunday, 25 May 2008. In Articles :: Movies & Animation
The Andromeda Strain (2008)
I've seen a movie. An odd one, I must admit, because most of the screen adaptations of science fiction fall under two descriptions. At first, there are those distorted and pervert molestations with the original content which the general public usually rejects and it's often fair. And second, those other attempts to re-create mot-a-moi the ...

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Author: Angel Genchev, Friday, 23 May 2008. In Articles :: Movies & Animation
Fool’s Gold (2008)
If you want to see a romantic comedy with a little bit of criminal intrigue and a lot of sunny seaside, your luck is smiling and you’ll find the summertime mood, though it is still April. It was a bit of a surprise for me, being generally sceptic about comedies lately. “Fool’s gold” is a golden opportunity to dive deeply into the fresh ...

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Author: Angel Genchev, Tuesday, 29 April 2008. In Articles :: Movies & Animation
Scorpion (2007)
There is something bestial about Clovis Cornillac's appearance and roles like the one in question seem to fit him like a glove (unlike the one of Asterix). Aggressive to the upper limit, but shy and somewhat naive at the same time - that’s him. “Scorpion” is somehow similar to the legendary Rocky - the story about the little boy from the poor ...

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Author: Angel Genchev, Saturday, 26 April 2008. In Articles :: Movies & Animation


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