Is the Spider-Man 3 movie premiering on Disney Plus? If when? –

On December 17, Spider-Man 3: No Way Home, the new Marvel movie, from the cinematic reboot of the franchise centered on Peter Parker and the spider superhero, played by Tom Holland, opens in theaters. This installment features the participation of Doctor Strange and the return of well-known villains such as Doctor Octopus. But can Spider-Man … Read more

AMFF 2021. Review of ‘Shoplifters of the World’: Vinyl and eighties nostalgia

The criticisms of Daniel Farriol at AMFF 2021:Shoplifters of the World Shoplifters of the World is an American dramatic comedy written and directed by Stephen Kijak (Sid & Judy, Equal), based on an original story by Lorianne Hall. We are in Denver, in 1987. Four friends try to recover in their own way from the … Read more

Monster Hunter: Blu-Ray Steelbook Review

We analyze in Cinemascomics the Blu-Ray in a metal box of Monster Hunter, the explosive adaptation of the famous Capcom video game. In Cinemascomics we have analyzed the domestic edition on Blu-Ray Steelbook of Monster Hunter, in which Milla Jovovich gives life to the protagonist in this adaptation to the big screen of the famous … Read more

Review: Oscar Watch for Kenneth Branagh’s “Belfast” Stars Jamie Dornan, Judi Dench In a Jewel of a Film

Home Movies Review: Oscar Watch for Kenneth Branagh’s “Belfast” Stars Jamie Dornan, Judi Dench… At a recent screening, Kenneth Branagh told the rapt audience that his love affair with his latest film “Belfast” his semi-autobiographical film about his growing up and leaving his beloved home of Belfast, was long in the making.  Branagh noted, “This … Read more

‘Ahed’s Knee’: Cannes Review | Reviews

Dir/scr: Nadav Lapid. France/Germany/Israel. 2021. 109 mins. Early on in Israeli filmmaker Nadav Lapid’s bitter, ironic, incendiary new film, Nur Fibak’s character Yahalom describes her meteoric rise from provincial librarian to Deputy Director of Libraries at the Cultural Ministry in Jerusalem. Told she would shape Israeli culture, ideas, and thoughts, she enthuses to Avshalom Pollak’s jaded filmmaker Y that … Read more

Review: The Bad Poet – Cineuropa

20/05/2021 – Gianluca Jodice’s underwhelming debut examines the long-distance duel between Gabriele D’Annunzio and Mussolini through the eyes of a young fascist Sergio Castellitto and Francesco Patané in The Bad Poet The relationship between the great poet Gabriele D’Annunzio and fascism has formed the focus of numerous historical studies and is also explored in detail … Read more

Paw Patrol: The Movie Review

Children’s movies come in all kinds; there are the big budget Disney features, some that head straight to streaming, and even the ones that feel like a glorified 90-minute advertisement. Paw Patrol: The Movie can compete with the best of them. I’ve been subjected to countless hours of Paw Patrol on TV, and there is always … Read more

‘She Had A Dream’: IDFA Review | Reviews

Dir / scr: Raja Amari. France. 2020. 84mins What doesn’t kill your spirit, makes you stronger in She Had A Dream. Built around charismatic Tunisian activist Ghofrane Binous, Raja Amari’s eye-opening documentary uses her life to expose the fault lines in a country riven with prejudices. Binous’ determination to be an agent of change lends … Read more

Festivals / Premieres: Review of “The Guilty One”, by Antoine Fuqua (Toronto / Netflix)

Released three years ago, THE BLAME is a Danish film that attracted a lot of attention and surprised by the extraordinary drama that it created only from a person talking on the phone. It is true that this person was a troubled policeman who worked answering emergency calls and coming across a particularly complex case, … Read more