50/50 isn’t really a comedy, you won’t be leaving the theater saying “ha! ha! that cancer is a hoot! My god, I wish I had cancer” but the film manages to balance drama with a lot of light tension moments.
The 22nd edition of the Stockholm Film Festival was all about love. Love for movies, love for art as well as movies about love. Boasting over 170 movies from 44 countries, there was always something to watch for everyone.
While there are some good and funny moments in Shrek The Third, the magic and humor that made Shrek very popular isn’t present much on the third film, even if it’s the most visually impressive from the Shrek franchise back then.
After the death of his father, Britt Reid meets Kato. The two bond over the fact that Mr. Reid, Sr. underestimated both of them throughout their time together. Eventually, it leads them to dress up as superheroes passing as bad guys to get to them…