The Umbrella Academy created by Gerard Way and Gabriel Ba

The Umbrella Academy: All the Damaged Heroes

The Umbrella Academy used to be underrated. Nobody seemed to care about Gerard Way’s graphic novel even if someone actually acknowledged its existence.  Now? I feel kind of overwhelmed with the boom caused by Netflix show. Continue reading →

Netflix Polar starring Mads Mikkelsen

Polar: Ode to Mads Mikkelsen

If you know me even a little, you should be aware of my love for Mads Mikkelsen. The accusations of blurred opinions because of my ‘crush’ were common enough to make me simply stop elaborating on that subject. And now it seems that Mads is being a target of a lot of unpleasantries because of Polar. This made me think back of my story with this adorkable Dane and how I actually started seeing him differently. Continue reading →

Black Panther Oscar By BossLogic Inc

Oscar Nominations: 99 Problems But Racism Ain’t One

In the eighteenth century, the biggest problem America was facing was racism. And some other but this was one of the biggest. There were slaves and there were native Americans and so on. Nowadays, the political correctness and anti-racism movements are still being of the highest importance in the States. It is so ridiculously important, it started to piss off people who aren’t racist at all. You gotta agree with me here. Watching a film from the 80s or 90s, hearing all the swearing and the n-words in the TV at noon – this isn’t films today. Culture went so far in this fight, it began to be exasperating. Continue reading →

Bohemian Rhapsody by Bryan Singer starring Rami Malek

Bohemian Rhapsody: Under Pressure

Am I late for that party? Then so be it. I shall join it nonetheless. Simply because there are so many things on my mind and none of them wants to leave me alone. A week ago the whole crew of Bohemian Rhapsody received a Golden Globe for best drama and Rami Malek for portraying Freddy Mercury in the biopic. I’ve been disagreeing with Globes nominations ever since they appeared, but they did make me question all the awards yet again.

Because Bohemian Rhapsody isn’t a good film. Definitely not one to remember Queen or Freddy by. The main reason being… it already bases on our knowledge.

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