Category Archives: film critique

The fundementals of caring: the film and life

It’s not so much about caring as how you learn from other people . The lessons taught are important to remember:  “The lesson that THE FUNDAMENTALS OF CARING opens with is “ALOHA,” an acronym standing for Ask, Listen, Observe, Help, … Continue reading

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Watch “American Honey | We Found Love | Official Clip HD” on YouTube

Rainy Monday night. Road movie,America,what could be a better escape?I thought to myself then at the last minute asked to change for the movie apparently most of the  grey haired women were paired off to see then i saw a … Continue reading

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Watch “”Hollywood or Bust” Jerry Lewis Dean Martin 1956 (Full Movie)” on YouTube

This is the last film Jerry Lewis and Dean Martin did together ending a ten year old partnership. By the time the film came out The two were not speaking to eachother and would not speak for the next twenty … Continue reading

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The secret life of pets

Irony You spend a pet less evening in the reduced price Monday night cinema. The nearest cinema offers few choices in English An action film celebrating violence is not what the yogi mind needs so the other option if you … Continue reading

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Ed wood – on the last rainy night of July

“Visions are worth fighting for”  “one is always considered mad when one discovers something that others cannot grasp”  “People chained by monotony , afraid to think , clinging to certainties ..they live like ants. ”  –Bela Lugosi “Mr. Lugosi,why are you buying a coffin? … Continue reading

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The last tycoon

” Emotionally, at least, people can’t live by taking each other’s washing.” -F. Scott Fitzgerlad ” The love of the last Tycoon ” The  weather forecast was snow and the swiss always deliver what they promise, at least weather wise, … Continue reading

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“Grüsse aus Fukushima”-Greetings from Fukushima

A film by Doris Dörrie Tonight the German director Doris Dörrie had come to Zürich to introduce her film to the Swiss public. Doris Dörrie who  writes and directs her own film scripts has a long history of writing and … Continue reading

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