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Janek Brzozowski

Jan Brzozowski

Permanently sleep-deprived, as he absorbs either westerns or new adventure cinema at night. A big fan of the acting skills of James Dean and Jimmy Stewart, and the beauty of Ryan Gosling and Elle Fanning. He is also interested in American and French literature, as well as soccer.

GUY RITCHIE'S THE COVENANT. American Debt [REVIEW]

The evolution of Guy Ritchie’s career is a puzzle that would challenge even Sherlock Holmes himself.

SPOILER is not your ENEMY, but your best FRIEND

Spoilers can be a great test for the quality of a story. Thanks to them, we can check whether a given work has something more to offer us than just a...

Stars, numbers and pineapples. SHOULD movies be RATED?

Is it possible to rate your own experiences using a numerical scale?

REVENGE OF THE SITH. My "Star Wars" guilty pleasure

A work whose imperfections I notice at first glance, accepting them at the same time – because I get so much pleasure from watching it.

My name is ALFRED HITCHCOCK

My name is ALFRED HITCHCOCK. The resurrected master of suspense

There is one basic problem with corpses unearthed after forty years: they smell terrible and look worse than Norman Bates’ mother.

italian-movies

5 Italian movies you MUST know!

Italy is a unique country for many reasons. Homeland of pizza, spaghetti, Gianluigi Buffon and Silvio Berlusconi.

THE THREE MUSKETEERS. D'ARTAGNAN. Athos, Porthos, Pathos

Speaking of action, one must admit that it is the strongest point of Bourboulon’s film.

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SUPERPOWER. Penn/Zelenskyy, or a late TV report

Let’s be honest: if it wasn’t for the involvement of a Hollywood actor, Superpower would never have had a chance to be included in the...

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EVERYTHING EVERYWHERE ALL AT ONCE. Evelyn Wang in the Multiverse of Madness

Under a thick layer of absurdity, Daniels’ work often hides a surprisingly serious, deeply humanistic message.

The Banshees of Inisherin

THE BANSHEES OF INISHERIN. Civil War [Review]

Is The Banshees of Inisherin the best of Martin McDonagh’s projects so far? Very likely.