2016 in retrospective: SUPERHEROES are just human after all.

It’s never easy to write about the year in retrospective. 2016 was one of the most interesting years regarding film industry and pop-culture in general. Everything is connected, and it’s impossible to analyze the year we just sent packing without mentioning two crucial political events: Brexit and Trump’s victory. Both of them were themes of…

OSCARS ’15: Chapter 5: Who is the best LEADING ACTOR ?

In all predictions about “Oscars” this year “Leading Actor” is the hardest category. This year is full of exquisite male performances in great films and to choose the winner was rarely harder than it is this year. Bradley Cooper, Benedict Cumberbatch, Eddie Redmayne, Michael Keaton and Steve Carell are nominated for the Award and all…

So, we have the “Oscar” nominees with no surprises…

  “Oscar” nominees are announced and we can analyze the Academy, bitching about films we wanted to be on the list and praising the ones that are nominated. I am generally pleased with the nominees and here are some of the predictions about who will win the Awards. The most interesting nominations for me are:…

About the “Golden Globes”… (2015.)

Awards madness is heating up. Golden Globes are over and in the next month everybody will be preparing for the “Oscars” as the final and the most important award of the season. I will not list all the winners in this text, and if you want you can see the complete list here. The most…

Benedict has won “The Imitation Game” (2014.)

  First biography of Alan Turing that I’ve ever seen was “Breaking The Code” starring Derek Jacobi in the nineties. After that followed “Enigma” in 2001 but both of those adaptations were lacking in certain aspects of film-making and didn’t do justice to the character of brilliant mathematician and cryptographer Alan Turing. Some reviews argue…