Category: reviews

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Bitter Sweet Home Kyoto

Kamo is a Kyoto woman who hates Kyoto’s hoity-toity attitude towards tradition, hence she left for Tokyo to never return again, but now she must return to take over the troubled family inn.

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Biutiful (2010)

Biutiful is well-crafted for the most part and the best part of the film is pretty much Javier Bardem’s amazing performance as Uxbal.

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Black (Indian Film)

Black is Bhansali’s Indian re-imagining of the Helen Keller story — in here, we follow Michelle McNally as she narrates the story of her life as a deaf and blind girl and the relationship with her teacher.

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Black Panther

Black Panther maintains Ryan Coogler winning streak of good movies sprinkled with social (and racial) commentary, and it also makes everyone wish Wakanda were a real place.

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Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975, The

Black Power Mixtape is an educational masterpiece in the world of documentaries that gives us general perspectives of the Black Power Movement as well as specific delineations of strong characters within.

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Black Swan

Black Swan is the story of Nina Sayers, newly elevated to the role of prima ballerina in a New York City ballet company. While she can nail the elegance required for the lead, she’s having trouble finding the passion, which director Thomas and fellow ballerina Lily try to coax before opening night.

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Blade Runner 2049

Blade Runner 2049 is a long beautiful movie that doesn’t betray its origins and still manages to be self-contained. Yes, the running time could be shorter, but I watched it in an average screen and it was still damn beautiful.

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Blancanieves (2012)

Pablo Berger’s Blancanieves is a blending of the classic films and tales we’ve all seen and heard, with a new and modern touch that makes it all the more pleasant and accessible.