As one of its major themes, City of God painfully illustrates poverty’s numerous privations: the few choices, the slim chances, the narrow and vicious minds.
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Why do we feel blocked from our own laughter, sadness and outrage when we watch The Hoax? – This film has caught us as a society standing too close to the mirror.
Is it possible to make an engaging film about a bureaucrat who carries a briefcase instead of a gun? Ask second-time director Robert De Niro.
Helen Mirren has the goods to be the queen – all the others merely players in her court.
What all of this adds up to is a biography of feeling, rather than fact, and a charming one at that.
Trust OutKast to steal the familiarity out of a passage that has long-since been deemed cliché and to grant it new meaning.
In The Departed, nobody rides for free, and very few survive. And in this knock-down drag-out between a character and his environment, you should put your money on the neighborhood.
The ensemble cast of Little Miss Sunshine embraces the absurdity of family life, from Proust to pornography.
How often we become mindless sheep who find entertainment in the weirdest of places.
What is it with the fucking Tylenol P.M.? You have stock in the company?