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The Great (2020– )
1/10
It's just bad trouble drama made women as silly dolls
29 May 2020
It's not funny It's not historical It's not biography It's just bad trouble drama made women as silly dolls
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Bloodshot (2020)
8/10
Honestly , the movie is better than I expected
9 March 2020
The dialogue is good Battle design .. new Character building ... good Acting is good ( Especially Sam Heughan ) Honestly , the movie is better than I expected
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7/10
Different romance movie
12 October 2019
The film is about Sam Hueghan, who was associated with Arabella Oz. Cassandra asks her lover to let go of his administrative job because it takes all his time and effort and may kill his talent by writing. In contrast, she works two jobs to meet their material needs. Jacob can publish his first book quickly and make up to his lover by buying the house he wants and a car to go with her in romantic date . Cassandra is waiting for her lover to ask her husband to marry, while her lover is busy exploiting all their feelings and attitudes as a source of inspiration for writing. An emotional gap occurs between the two after some arguments, Cassandra has separated from Jacob, although he is love her. Jacob uses writing and imagination to try to rewrite everything that happened between them differently, perhaps to get a happy ending. The beginning of the film seemed a bit weak, and Arabella did something . Gradually progresses with the progress of the film. In addition to the story, I liked Sam's performance. His voice was a perfect as a narrator of the story. His performance was assorted throughout the film, although in little scenes it was increased acting, but that is good for him he left from the safety zone (roles or historical work) and the Scottish dialect.
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Rememory (2017)
7/10
Another innocent man falls into the world of unattractive adults
9 October 2018
The film begins Rememory two incidentsseparate death from each other in chronological context does not link between them (apparently) only .. The presence of Sam Bloom (Peter Dinclaidj) who suffers from the death of his brother when he was with him and it seeks to meet Dr. Gordon Dan (Martin Donovan), a full-time specialty to research in memory problems and address them and attend a lecture announcing about his invention is amazing, image memory recording machine. Dr. Gordon is dying on the same night and his death raises suspicion that he was killed. Sam Bloom seeks to uncover the circumstances of the incident and delves into Dr. Jordan's memories with his wife Caroline Dan (Julia Ormond), his partner Lawton (Henry Ian) and his patients who shared their memories. The film focuses on the intervention of the machine in human life, what they offer him and rob him of it and the role it plays in changing the course of his life or the formation of events. Julia Ormond's character performance was brilliant and influential, but Peter Dinklindj's performance was good but not special. The music played a more prominent role than the rest of the film, followed by the angles of photography and colors. The output looked good without repeating some scenes. The script was based on philosophical dialogue as well as on the complex plot. I quote from what was attached to the film's poster, "We are nothing more than the memories we hold." The film belongs to the Science Fiction and Mystery category, a Canadian production that premiered at the Sundance Film Festival 2017
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