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Wes Anderson and his unique style

Wes Anderson isn’t an uncommon name for most people. With movies like The Grand Budapest Hotel, Moonlight Kingdom and Fantastic Mr. Fox, he wrote and directed great movies. He stands out and exactly that makes him unique. Either you like his movies or you don’t. Read all about him, his style and my opinion below. Biography Wes Anderson was born in 1969, which makes him 49 years old today. He… Read More »Wes Anderson and his unique style

A Star is Born will dominate Awards Season

Last Thursday, I saw A Star is Born, the new movie directed by Bradley Cooper, starring himself and Lady Gaga. I was very much looking forward to this movie, so when two of my friends asked me if I wanted to come along with them to the cinema: YESYESYES!!! This movie is the fourth adaptation of the same story, the first one being in 1937. There’s been one version starring… Read More »A Star is Born will dominate Awards Season

Underrated: Hunt for the Wilderpeople

I have this watchlist full of movies I’ve never seen. On this list was Hunt for the Wilderpeople. Last week, I finally watched this movie from director Taiki Waititi and here’s what I thought of it. Short summaryRicky is a bit of a problem child and has been in an out of foster families a lot. He’s yet again been transferred to another foster family in the middle of the… Read More »Underrated: Hunt for the Wilderpeople

About John Hughes and his movies

The Breakfast Club, Sixteen Candles and Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. You may have seen that I’ve been watching these movies in the last few weeks. All these movies have multiple things in common: They’re all from the 80’s, they’re all high school movies and yes: They’re all directed by John Hughes.Sadly, John Hughes passed away in 2009, so we won’t be getting any more of his movies. But that doesn’t… Read More »About John Hughes and his movies