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House of Cards: Chapter 45 (2016)
Ghosts sequence saves the episode
I don't what I've found more ridiculous in the script - Russian President "on his knees" afraid of thousands of Russians protesting on the Red Square or POTUS Underwood, Kennedy or whoever not being on the top of the list for the liver transplant... But the scenes with the ghosts of Zoe and Russo rank among the very best in the history of American television, I dare say. The whole ghosts sequence was artsy, poetic and poignant, truly fascinating to watch. And you get the bonus of seeing Kate Mara and Corey Stoll in the series again.
The absolute low point of Andrzej Zulawski's career
The controversial screenplay by Manuela Gretkowska became unwatchable when transferred to the big screen. In 2004 the film was voted the worst Polish movie of all time although the competition grew a little stronger since then, of course ;) Iwona Petry instead of becoming a famous actress needed therapy to recover from "the experience". I wouldn't say - avoid at all cost, but please don't start your viewing adventure with the late Polish master's movies with this... work.
Let Me Be Frank (2018)
The video which stopped the irational hysteria of #MeToo movement in the USA
The video may not save Spacey. It was all too little, too unclear and above all... too late. But it might have helped Woody Allen, Michael Jackson, Geoffrey Rush and who knows whom else ;) The idea is ballsy and the writing is brilliant. The infamous ending of HOC is cancelled to make the series rewatchable again. On the other hand acting like playing a musical instrument needs practice and that's something Kevin was/is clearly lacking ;)
Overrated but that's what you get for #OscarsSoStraight ;)
The movie is bad, really bad unfortunetly... And I wasn't biased, I really wanted to like it. But I got so bored I couldn't finish it in one viewing. I have to watch the last thirtysomething minutes the next day. I got bored because I couldn't get emotionally involved. And I couldn't get involved cause the lead actresses weren't able to play the real love between the two women. Well, I guess it's hard to play something you have no idea about but the Oscar nominated performances are beyond belief weak actually. My favourite Cate Blanchett appears to be plain creepy and the talented Rooney Mara pretentious and silly. Only the love scene was surprisingly convinsing and really hot. Kudos to the ladies for that ;) But in the end it seems the whole relationship is based on sexual desire only which is... tasteless. Even the music and the praised cinematography weren't really there to save the day. I give one star for the sex scene, the second one for costumes and the third one to the actor who played Carol's husband displaying great range of emotions in the supporting role.