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13 Reasons Why

13 Reasons Why 9/10 Netflix’ 13 Reasons Why is back, for one last time, with a new set of overwhelming emotions, dangerous secrets and heartbreaking revelations. Season 4 of this highly controversial Netflix show revolves around Clay and his group friends, whom are preparing for graduation at Liberty High School, but before saying goodbye, they will have to keep a dangerous secret and face heartbreaking options that could affect their future forever…. Read More

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The Salesman Film Review By Dima Saqfalhait The Salesman (2016) by Asghar Farhadi is an Iranian drama film that blends neorealism, with a dash of dark comedy and suspense, making the film a unique exploration of human psyche. What does it mean to be an empath? And can one be empathetic to oneself?  The film narrates the story of a married couple, Emad and Rana, who are also stage actors rehearsing an… Read More

The last Dance

The Last Dance starting the electrifying Micheal Jordan and the Dream Team check out my review and let me know what you think in the comment box below !Rating: -Must SeePlatform :NetfliX Follow Sam The Critic on Instagram @samthecritic  #movie #review #netflix #thelastdance #series

Heaven without people review

Heaven Without People 8/10 Josephine, the matriarch of a sprawling family, is delighted to gather everyone for Easter lunch for the first time in two years. While they all share a joyful meal, an incident ignites underlying tensions between the family members and leads them gradually into chaos. One of the strongest elements of “Heaven Without People” is its extremely original and authentic script. Director Bourjeily made sure to highlight as many… Read More

Melo Film Review

Mélo Film Review By Dima Saqfalhait “I’ll give you a year to weep Pierrot, to cry. Thinking you’ve had a great catastrophe.  Then you’ll marry Christiane. She’s pretty.” Romaine Mélo (1986) by Alain Resnais is a French romantic drama based on Henri Bernstein’s play under the same title, which was written almost sixty years earlier than the film, in 1929. Usually when one hears the name of Alain Resnais, one would instantly… Read More

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Chmout (8/10) Chmout retells a century old real-life story of sorrow and heartache in just 450 brief seconds. This short film by Rami Aidamouni, alongside being inspired by his family’s own tragedy, is actually narrating the story of hundreds of others whom can truly relate it. This is the kind of films that aims to deliver a certain message to whomever is watching it. It is a story commemorating the memory of… Read More

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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

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

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