The spirits of the island arrive at the cinema. The movie review

Martin McDonagh’s surreal comedy-drama, which pays homage to Beckett’s theater of the absurd and Irish folklore, is out in cinemas today. Winner of 3 Golden Globe (Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Screenplay) and nominated for 9 Academy Awards Subscribe to our newsletter to stay updated on news from around the world Green Ireland is colored … Read more

You People: review what have we done to God on Netflix

Hell is paved with good intentions If Kenya Barris and its various creations remain mostly confidential in our vast French regions, its Black-ish and other spin-offs are small national phenomena in the land of Uncle Sam. Counting former President Barack Obama among its most inveterate aficionados, the first sitcom raised the humoristic-gritty portrait of contemporary … Read more

The spirits of the island – Review of the film by Martin McDonagh

The spirits of the island: Review of the film winner of the Coppa Volpi at Venice 79 for best leading actor. Well today we review the acclaimed The spirits of the islandwhose original title is the unpronounceable and far more hermetic, perhaps evocative, The Banshees of Inisherin. Opus directed and entirely written, starting from his … Read more

‘Play Dead’ (2023) Film Review: “Another” Horror in the Morgue

play dead is a movie directed by Patrick Lussier starring bailee madison Y Jerry O’Connell. That the mortuary is a more than “appetizing” place for a horror movie is more than evident. In addition, they cost little, they do not need to rebuild a ship or pay millions to the actors. Several things are needed: … Read more

Review DC USA – Batman: One Bad Day – Bane #1

original edition: Batman: One Bad Day – Bane #1 (DC Comics, 2023)Script: Joshua WilliamsonHe drew: Howard Porterinked: Howard PorterColour: Tomeu MoreyFormat: 64 pages. $7.99 We can all have a bad day “I beat the Batman” It’s Bane’s day. It is his time to go through this doubly retrospective project. On the one hand we review … Read more

‘Happy Valley’ season 3 review: Yorkshire hard stone

Sergeant Catherine Cawood in ‘Happy Valley’. / CR In Sally Wainwright’s series there is no peace for the good: Sergeant Catherine Cawood faces new threats months before she retires Representations in fiction of tough and strong women have always been. What happens is that, the times they have been drawn like this, either they have … Read more

Review: ‘ ‘Til Death Do Us Part’ tries to treat domestic abuse seriously, but comes off as seriously soapy

The thriller “’Til Death Do Us Part” takes a no-holds-barred approach in tackling the issue of intimate partner violence. But the style of director Christopher B. Stokes (“You Got Served”) tries to ride a fine line between serious and soapy, and ultimately it fails to strike that balance and only comes off as seriously soapy. … Read more

‘The 100’ 5×05 ‘Shifting Sands’ review: Love and other drugs

The 100 5×05, “Shifting Sands,” was all about the words, spoken and unspoken, between friends and strangers. Here is our review. The 100 season 5 is officially in full swing. We’re past the appetizer and into the main course now — worms on the menu, and who knows what’s in those ‘rations’? — and so … Read more