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Bridgerton Netflix series by Chris Van Dusen Review

Bridgerton Netflix series by Chris Van Dusen Review

ammonite film

LIFF – Ammonite by Francis Lee Film Review

Mulan disney

LIFF – Mulan Disney Film Directed by Niki Caro Review

The Lebanese Independent Film Festival (LIFF) Man in an Orange Shirt TV show by Michael Samuels Review. Network: BBC One. Awards: International Emmy Award for Best TV Movie or Miniseries

“Three Colours: Blue” Film ReviewBy Dima Saqfalhait “Now I have only one thing left to do: Nothing. I don’t want anymore friends, belongings, love. Those are all traps.” I am not quite sure what it is, it could be Juliette Binoche’s exquisite talent and charm, or KrzysztofKieślowski’s skilled camera work and attention to details, but I have never seen a film that makessadness look as beautiful as Three Colours: Blue (1993) does…. Read More

LIFF – Chemical hearts Film by Richard Tanne Review

The Lebanese Independent Film Festival (LIFF) The “Before” Trilogy Film Review by Cine.words. Director: Richard Linklater. Screenplay: Julie Delpy, Ethan Hawke, Richard Linklater

The Umbrella Academy has returned once again for a new showdown of epic proportions jam-packed with mesmerizing visuals and extravagant yet deadly events! This second season, which is composed of 10 addictive episodes, narrates a story that is divided into several sub-stories ever so smoothly while at the same time gravitating around one epic epicenter. This time, the show knew how to stay fixated on its core subject and lure the viewer… Read More

After a romantic summer together, Noah is off to Harvard, and Elle heads back to high school for her senior year. Director: Vince MarcelloDistributed by: NetflixWritten by: Vince Marcello Produced by: Ed Glauser, Andrew Cole-Bulgin, Vince Marcello, Michele Weisler

Watch OuterEye – Hors D’oeil by Hanaa Ojeil OuterEye is possibly one of the most exhilarating and stimulating experiences that I have witnessed lately. It has an eccentric and goth-like feeling that corresponds so well with its brilliant and enchanting story.HORS D’OEIL, directed by Hanna Ojeil, follows the story of Emma, a young girl imprisoned in a strange establishment, and is subject to research and experimentation. One night, while she is sleeping,… Read More

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