Tagged: diandra recommends
Clone Club checkmates the big bad corporation in favor of military conspiracies, genetics talk and confusing family trees, and spiritual bonding between siblings and sestras.
Many questions in Star Wars: The Force Awakens were left unanswered, and that’s great! We should be left wanting to watch the sequel right now.
The freedom of Lale and her four sisters is at stake when their home becomes a prison, and one by one they are married off.
An isolated Arctic island town that boasts of “no crime” suddenly faces a series of disturbing murders.
A disfigured concentration camp survivor searches postwar Berlin for the husband who might have betrayed her to the Nazis.
A first year hopeful drummer wants to be one of the greatest jazz drummers, for that, he’ll need the guidance of a short-tempered teacher in search of music perfection, who will mentally-manipulate you, shout and verbally abuse you to get what he wants.
A Tamilian gangster musical comedy following the life of a filmmaker trying to write a script based on the life of one of the craziest psychopaths of southern India.
Vishal Bhardwaj is back with his third Indian adaptation of Shakespeare, Hamlet, set against the heavy 90s political backdrop of the northern snowy Kashmir region.
Broad City follows the mundane misadventures of two young women living in NYC, Ilana and Abbi. Broke, reckless, and even careless at times, these best friends prove that poor decisions and a little bit of boldness is all you need to come up with comedy gold.
Following many of the aesthetics of Disney’s Silly Symphonies, two unlikely brothers find themselves lost in a -seemingly quite haunted- forest where they meet a creepy lantern-carrying Woodsman, as well as a talkative enchanted bluebird named Beatrice who will join them in their journey back home.