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Archive for June, 2005

A LOT LIKE LOVE by Nigel Cole

Tuesday, June 28th, 2005

When Oliver met Emily …. Oliver (Ashton Kutcher) finished school 6 months ago, doesn’t have a job or a girlfriend and has no idea what he wants to do with his life. On the airport he watches Emily (Amanda Peet) terminating her relationship but is too shy to talk to her. She lays him on […]

BATMAN BEGINS by Christopher Nolan

Tuesday, June 21st, 2005

BATMAN BEGINS – and it’s really a resurrection after the disaster that was ‘Batman and Robin’. Owing more to graphic novels ‘The Dark Knight Returns’ and ‘Batman – Year One’ than to the previous Batman movies (or the TV-show), this movie revives the legend of the Dark Knight.

LIFE IS A MIRACLE (zivot je cudo) by Emir Kusturica

Thursday, June 16th, 2005

Bosnia, 1992, shortly before the war breaks out. Railway engineer Luka (Slavko Stimac) lives in a train station in the middle of nowhere near the border to Serbia, and his job is to finish the railway connection between the two countries. His son Milos (Vuk Kostic) would rather live back in Belgrade and play soccer […]


Tuesday, June 14th, 2005

It’s not the best of days for Arthur Dent (Martin Freeman): first his house is being bulldozed to make way for a bypass, then it gets worse – the Earth is being blown into oblivion to make way for a hyperspace bypass through the galaxy. Luckily, Arthur’s best friend Ford Prefect (Mos Def) is not […]

KUNG FU HUSTLE (GONG FU) by Stephen Chow

Tuesday, June 7th, 2005

An excellent mix of action and comedy, KUNG FU HUSTLE has hilariously funny moments, great action sequences, a funny sidekick character who is really funny, homages to lots of iconic movie scenes and an endearing love story