Schlagwort: Jennifer Lawrence

21. Mai 2014 / / Reviews

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Nach dem überraschend soliden X-Men: First Class wagt sich das mit frischen Leben angehauchte X-Men Franchise an das bislang größtes Projekt. Days Of Future Past vereint dank Zeitreise-Plot die Wolverine-Truppe aus den alten (frühe 2000er) Filmen mit den jungen Wilden des Quasi-Reboots. Dem Konzept nach zu urteilen konnte man nur ein ultimatives Fiasko oder aber einen Volltreffer erwarten.

11. Februar 2014 / / Oscars

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If a note at the beginning of the movie reads

“some of this actually happened”

you pretty much know what you are going to get. American Hustle is loosely based on true events but the historical accuracy is never in the foreground. David O. Russell’s (The Fighter, Silver Linings Playbook) newest movie once again has garnered an incredible amount of Oscar buzz (incredible 10 nominations).

Starring Christian Bale and Amy Adams as the two con artists Irving Rosenfeld and Sydney Prosser the director once again skillfully brings out the best of his actors and delivers a much more layered movie than last year’s Silver Linings Playbook. This is probably due to the double crossing nature of the characters which leaves the audience questioning who is playing which game and why.

23. Januar 2014 / / General


This november unfortunately won’t mark the end of the Hunger Games Trilogy because it was decided to split the final book titled Mockingjay into two parts (do we really need to ask why?). So this sadly means that we have almost two more years for the ending of the story of Katniss Everdeen (then again the wait doesn’t seem that long if we consider that we have a Hunger Games movie every year).

Now the first poster was published once again featuring the simple design of the Mockingjay who started out as a simple pin for Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) from her sister (or the mayor’s daughter depending if you are talking about the movie or the book) and has now become the symbol of the revolution:

20. Februar 2013 / / Oscars

Still not sure what the title is

David O. Russel is back after his boxing movie The Fighter got seven nominations (plus wins for Christian Bale and Melissa Leo) his newest drama Silver Linings (Playbook) is up for a staggering 8 nominations boasting one in each acting category, screenplay, editing, directing and of course best picture.

23. März 2012 / / Reviews

The Hunger Games is the story of a dystopian future where a nation called Panem is divided into 12 districts. Every year the title giving Hunger Games are held where each district offers a female and a male competitor who have to kill each other until only one survives…