Tagged: mood: know-it-all
Three Stars is Lutz Hachmeister’s attempt to lift the veil surrounding the world of those who managed to climb to the pedestal of that sacred publication, holiest of all grails for most aspiring and confirmed chefs: the Michelin Guide.
Indie Game: The Movie is not really a documentary about the independent game industry, but a documentary about the sacrifices of starting something from scratch.
Hemingway & Gellhorn is the story… the view of Hemingway through the eyes of travel writer and journalist Martha Gellhorn. Their sporadic love/hate relationship through the years of historic turmoil and then some…
I Love You Phillip Morris is the best film Jim Carrey has done in years and it’s a good reminder of how great he can be when he isn’t doing typical Hollywood comedies.
Tales of the Waria showcases a snippet in the life of the third gender and tells the stories of three people who seem to be at a very interesting cultural and religious crossroad.
Foodies of the world, rejoice. This food documentary show of nearly 50 minutes an episode is as culturally educational as it is delicious to look at.
This historical epic — the most expensive Taiwanese movie ever made at $25M USD and directed by Wei Te-Sheng — depicts the Wushe Incident, in which the Taiwanese aborigines rose against the Japanese, killing over 130 of them.
Ah… politics — American politics — hate to love ’em, love to hate ’em. But how delicious they are with a little gossipy insight, huh?
With the right cast, the screenwriter and the right subject, an interest may spark. So it did with J. Edgar. I mean, what couldn’t be interesting in the life of the person who set up the FBI?
Violeta Went to Heaven is a film about Chilean artist Violeta Parra, who is famous for composing Gracias a la Vida (Thanks to Life) made immensely popular by Mercedes Sosa.