Tagged: mood: overwhelmed
Avengers: Endgame may not get a perfect score, but after 11 years and 21 movies, it totally sticks the landing. This is indeed the movie event of a generation.
I’ve been emotionally compromised. I left the theater in disbelief and immediately wanting the sequel.
A Ugandan girl sees her world rapidly change after being introduced to the game of chess.
A French Red Cross doctor in 1945 Poland is approached by a nun, who has sneaked away from the convent in search for help of an ailing nun who’s about to have a baby.
Zvizdan deals with the deep-seeded conflict of Croatia’s separation from what was once Yugoslavia, and their tensions with the Serbs in a three-part story depicting three different love stories featuring the same actors.
Naruse Mikio’s silent Every-Night Dreams deals with the struggles of a single mother, a bar hostess, doing the best she can to provide for her son in tough personal and economic times.
The Russos have done it again! Captain America: Civil War is a better Avengers movie than Avengers: Age of Ultron, and as good as Captain America movie than Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
This striking third feature by Colombian director Ciro Guerra tracks a pair of mythical, quasi-ethnographic journeys into the heart of the Amazon to explore and comment on the destructive powers of colonialism.
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.
A boy and his mother spent five years of their lives trapped in an equipped garden shed in the middle of who-knows-where, until they play their escape.