By Sergio Martinez It may certainly be unusual to make a movie about a movie that was never made, but that’s exactly what director Frank Pavich brings us on.
By Sergio Martinez [caption id="attachment_16781" align="alignleft" width="300"] Geraldine Le Chêne, director general of Vues d'Afrique[/caption] Colonialism, apartheid, and other evils are no longer part of the African reality.
by Sergio Martinez This Canadian movie marks the directorial debut of Gil Bellows and Tony Pantages, both also share an acting career going back 25 years. Bellows also plays.
by Sergio Martinez I always have some difficulty with books or movies categorized as “juvenile” since the term has experienced some degradation in its meaning. Originally it simply.
by Sergio Martinez This is a Japanese animation movie directed by Hayao Miyazaki, dubbed in English by the Walt Disney Studio which presents an interesting story of a young.
The context of this story is a promising one: the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 A.D., Rome is the super power of the moment but slowly being eroded by.
By Sergio Martinez The special effects are great, the 3D format enhances the dramatic scenes, and most spectators will be satisfied with the many action moments, but there.