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Death to 2020 (2020)
Anglo-Saxon focused and one dimensional
I expected more from the creators of Black Mirror. This is the perspective of Anglo-Saxons on the events of 2020. And their one dimensional perspective is neither funny nor smart. It just summarises what the "left" american media have said during this year. Of course, "left" over there means right wing, american empire establishment throwing a few identity politics in to seem woke and progressive. Don't loose your time over this.
US propaganda with silly scenario
As a European, I find this movie insulting for the audience. Locations, language, physics.... everything is wrong. A mix of nonsense. No actual suspense. No real people or dialogue. The US is implicated in Europe as " a force of good" which is a joke on its one. It's so silly that they refer to Russia as bordering with Moldova or is it Hungary? Either way, they should have created a fictional state at least because this is beyond laughable. Not to mention that there is no back story as to who created the "phantom menace" and why. Even for a fun Sunday night it's just boring.
Sharp Objects (2018)
Could Have been much better
Let me tell you that the acting is just AMAZING. Amy Adams is one of the best actors of her generation, for sure.
The story is super interesting and we actually learn a lot about the human condition and how complicated it can be. The setting, the heat of the south etc is very well done but the rhythm is super slow. Some parts could have been removed in order to give a better/ more appealing story when others are missing (I've read the book).
Could have been 9/10 but they've missed it. Pity.
Still a very good show.
Red Sparrow (2018)
The worst made propaganda
This film is a joke.... I couldn't believe that Hollywood the masters of subtle propaganda would make such an obvious anti-russian film. The best part was the Putin-alike villain. We were entertained by the accents, the stereotypes and the story but with that character we just couldn't stop laughing.
Darkest Hour (2017)
Great film but full of lies
The Director has chosen Churchill as the figure who represents the "darkest hour" of every person's life, the period of doubt when you know your decision is crucial and probably you might have to swim against the tide.
The cast, the cinematography, the claustrophobic atmosphere, everything was perfect. The problem is that W.Churchill is presented once again as a hero and as a man of the people which is completely wrong. He was a racist, an imperialist, the worst progeny of "high british aristocracy". He was a politician raised in, and formed by, the British Empire. Churchill succeeded in proving himself a man by those imperial standards, fighting in India and Sudan, helping the Spanish suppress Cuba's freedom fighters, and, after a brief South African parliamentary career, fighting in the Second Boer War. Churchill's promotion to home secretary came at a time of still-rising political turmoil in the United Kingdom: Irish struggles for Home Rule, Suffragism, strike waves. Churchill opposed them all violently.
He was a ferocious advocate of intervention to quell the Russian Revolution, and wrote furiously about the dangers of the "International Jews" (communists) and their "sinister confederacy," against whom he invoked the far more acceptable "National Jew" (Zionism)."
The racist said: "I do not admit that a great wrong has been done to the Red Indians of America, or the black people of Australia . . . by the fact that a stronger race, a higher grade race . . . has come in and taken its place."
The war criminal who used for the 1st time in history chemical weapons (against the Bolsheviks and then against Iraq) said :"I am strongly in favor of using poisoned gas against uncivilized tribes"
Finally, in 1933 he praised Mussolini as 'the greatest lawgiver among men". In 1935, Churchill expressed his "admiration" for Hitler and "the courage, the perseverance, and the vital force which enabled him to . . . overcome all the . . . resistances which barred his path."
I am writing all this because movies tend to educate people today. So, do your own research when it comes to history and enjoy the movie as it is, quite fictional.