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In the Mood for Love Film Review By Dima Saqfalhait “You notice things if you pay attention.” Set in 1962 Hong Kong, In the Mood for Love (2000) by Wong Kar-wai demands the viewers’ full attention from its very beginning, as one tries to work out how the story will unfold, only to have their expectations reversed, every single time.  Two couples move on the same day to the same building, in… Read More

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Heaven without people Directed by Lucien Bourjeily. Is a Lebanese film that deserves all the recognition it’s getting from Netflix ! Rating 🍿🍿🍿🍿🍿- Fantastic Follow Sam The Critic on Instagram @samthecritic #movie #review #Heavenwithoutpeople #Lucienbourjeily #lebanese #lebanon #films #farahshaer

End of the century Review 8.5/10 “If I could figure out a way to remain forever in transition, in the disconnected and unfamiliar, I could remain in a state of perpetual freedom.” You know this unfavorable feeling of dissatisfaction that always lingers deep down your soul? The very same feeling that you cannot seem to name or describe? End of the Century masterfully translated this nameless sentiment into a heart-wrenching motion picture… Read More

Une Photo, Un Hotel et Elle (8.5/10) “Every time you walk away, I pray twice you wouldn’t leave. But what’s the purpose of praying for a story with a heartbreaking fate? “And just like that, these seemingly insignificant words when placed together, translated a 15 minutes love affair filled with passion, lust and heartache.The beauty of “Une Photo, Un Hotel et Elle” is deeply rooted within the agonizing stares of the protagonists… Read More

Les Rendezvous de Paris (1995) by Éric Rohmer I am lucky today as it happens that the first film I’m writing about is my new favourite film. I never had a favourite film before (there seems to be way too many good films out there!) but this one ticks all boxes: Neat cinematography, mind-provoking dialogue, decent performance and a heart-warming setting. What more can one ask for? I. “I got off the metro,… Read More

Le Sacre de l’Été (9/10) LIFF’s best feature foreign fiction winner ‘The Rite of Summer’ ‘Le Sacre de l’Été’ is simply a genuine ode to self expression and freedom amidst a society filled with conformity and underground secrets. Kostia, a young Parisian dancer, tries to put on a show that brings together his two passions: dance and French variety. The relationship created between him and his dance teacher will teach him to… Read More

BIRDS OF PREY (8/10) It’s open season on Harley Quinn when her explosive breakup with the Joker puts a big fat target on her back. Unprotected and on the run, Quinn faces the wrath of narcissistic crime boss Black Mask, his right-hand man, Victor Zsasz, and every other thug in the city. But things soon even out for Harley when she becomes unexpected allies with three deadly women — Huntress, Black Canary… Read More

Fight Club a 1999 Drama/Thriller by the legendary David Fincher a must see ! Rating 🍿🍿🍿🍿🍿-Must see Follow Sam The Critic on Instagram @samthecritic #movie #review #fightclub #bradpitt #edwardnorton #igtv #mustsee #instagood #1999

West Beirut is a well known Lebanese Movie directed by Ziad Doueiri. Here are some facts about the movie. You can watch it on Netflix! ❤️ Follow Ana_Rolling on Instagram @ana_rolling #Netflix #Movies #WestBeirut #Lebanon #Facts #MovieReviews #ziaddoueiry

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The Half of it (7.5/10) “I always thought that there was one way to love.One right way! But, there are more. So many more than i knew.” I do not know what to tell you because despite what I say (or write) I know that your superficial mind can not comprehend the amount of beauty that constitutes the heart and soul of this simple film. A film titled THE HALF OF IT…. Read More