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Russia has taken back what is theirs with a serialized version of Boris Pasternak’s Doctor Zhivago at the hand of Aleksandr Proshkin, which lasts 11 episodes, clocking in at a little bit over 400 minutes of running time, making it the most faithful adaptation of Pasternak’s novel to date.
Ang Lee’s adaptation of Yann Martel’s novel is a visual masterpiece and spiritual journey that rises far above the minor flaws its screenplay has
Steven Spielberg’s latest proves to be a reserved, timely biopic of Abraham Lincoln’s last few months as President of the United States.
Cloud Atlas is a beautifully told film about souls in motion throughout time and space and the connection they share.
A woman’s violent misadventures cast with a colorful and quite shimmering clout that was Matsuko’s life of giving without ever taking.
It’s a test of faith when a young man is stranded on a boat with a zebra, an orangutan, a hyena… and a Bengal tiger for 227 days.
Charlie Cochet’s debut The Auspicious Troubles of Chance teaches the reader something about the unshakable grandeur of true love.
My Way tells the somewhat true story of a Korean man, who after several unfortunate turns of events, was found in Normandy fighting for Nazi Germany on D Day. Japanese forces keep on expanding, wars break, and things happen. Tears are shed.
Ridley Scott’s delivers a great historical epic that proves to be one of the best depictions of the Crusades to date.
A Vietnamese-Canadian young man finds himself on the crossroads of following his heart or fulfilling his family’s expectations.