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Woody Allen’s New Memoir Is Sometimes Funny — and Tone Deaf and Banal

I’m reading Allen’s books before got to sleep, he is a funny man, funny in a way not of trying to be funny, a funny in the most natural way, in the most intellectual way. I was laughing out hysterically … Continue reading

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How I spent Friday’s evening?

The guy is super humble, and I respect him for what he went through with his wife and changed his life when he became an actor but stayed with the same values. Semi-biographical stand-up comedy show held not at the … Continue reading

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Absolutely brilliant and heartbroken at the same time!

Life-changing documentary about the greatest driver on the planet! Top Gear’s tribute. 😢 P.S. Watched it on Netflix.

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An ode to the bus

303 is for a coach made by Mercedes-Benz. Svetik and I watched the movie yesterday at the local cinema center, an interesting love story in the road movie genre. Actually, yesterday was Valentine’s day. The website, where the tickets were … Continue reading

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The Tree of Life

From Criterion Collection: Achieved with the aid of cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki and production designer Jack Fisk, the Palme d’Or–winning The Tree of Life marks the intimately personal, cosmically ambitious culmination of Malick’s singular approach to filmmaking. Wait… What? Criterion Collection? I should … Continue reading

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