The 100 The first view The 100 may seem like just another typical teen show, but it’s not. Believe that. In a not so distant future, Earth suffered a radioactive war and life on the planet was unsustainable. With this, leaders from different countries sent their survivors to live in space in a station called […]

Categories: 2014, adventure, Review, Serie

The Equalizer, based on a series of television of the years 1980 and that counts on the direction of Antoine Fuqua (Invasion to White House). Robert Crowe was the first filmmaker to star in the film, but it was Denzel Washington (The Flight) who took the role. The production has received good reviews out there […]

Categories: 2014, adventure, Movie, Review

The Grand Budapest, easily, Wes Anderson may be considered one of the most idiosyncratic filmmakers in Cinema. A fan of myriadly architected and visual plans in which boldness jumps to the retinas, as well as adding extravagant subjects to his gallery with each new film, he continues to enlist enthusiasts at a frequency close to […]

Categories: 2014

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, the Confrontation begins with a brief recap of television shows to show how the “simian flu” virus decimated most of the world’s human population. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, when this short scene ends, it will take 10 to 15 minutes of film to play until […]

Categories: 2014, Ação, Review

Magic in the Moonlight, in one of the interviews he has already given to the press, Woody Allen said that at the beginning of filming a new feature film, he believes that that will be his best, but he never gets to be satisfied after completing one more job, Keep trying, movie after movie. A […]

Categories: 2014, Comedy

Trash, coming in Brazilian cinemas this week, the long-awaited Trash – The Hope Comes From The Trash. The film is a British / Brazilian adventure, directed by Stephen Daldry, written by Richard Curtis (Four Weddings and a Funeral), based on a 2010 eponymous novel written by Andy Mulligan. The film is attended by talented actors […]

Face of Love, it’s kind of rare in American cinema today to see a romance between middle-aged people. A Face of Love, is just that, after all the wrinkles of the protagonists Annette Bening and Ed Harris, two veterans of Hollywood, differentiate them among the many films for young people seen in the current market. But […]

Categories: 2014, Drama, Review