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  • The Third Man

    The Third Man


    The leading actor: Vienna. Bombed capital of Austria, divided into four Allied occupation zones. Dark nights. Black shadows, always in fearful motion. Dull, gray daylight. Sewers that look like abandoned gothic cathedrals. The city is ruled by black market. Shady characters roam lonely streets. Hasty footsteps echo on the damp cobblestones. Vienna has gone through terrible times. And still there will be some uncertain years left.

    In the middle of it: The Zither music of Anton Karas. In additon to…

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  • Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

    Once Upon a Time in Hollywood


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Neon sign at a restaurant in Los Angeles.
    The correct term is
    DAS WIENER SCHNITZEL. Hopefully the quality of the Austrian cuisine was better than the German language skills of the restaurant’s owner.

    Never before has it been so hard for me to rate a film that does not pretend to be an arthouse movie. After BORE ME TO DEATH (aka THE HATEFUL EIGHT) has met its expectations, Tarantino again demands everything from the audience - above all…

  • The Meatloaf Addict

    The Meatloaf Addict


    Leider leider ....
    Sowohl der Dampf als auch der Blues sind schon ziemlich draußen aus der Nudel. Dennoch - für einen sechsten Teil immer noch recht unterhaltsam.

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  • Pet Sematary

    Pet Sematary

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    By far the scariest part of the story was Jason Clarke in the role of a warmhearted and loyal family man.

    Does horror actually only arise if the protagonists do exactly what normal people would never do?

    Why do authors, screenwriters and directors of horror stories believe that people act always irrational in uncomfortable situations? I can’t remember when I saw the last horror movie, in which the characters rationally responded to threats. How boring this genre has become ...…

  • Avengers: Endgame

    Avengers: Endgame


    Thanos: “I am … inevitable.”
    Tony Stark: “And I am … Iron Man.”

    What a dignified conclusion to a series that started with IRON MAN and lasted over eleven years and twenty-two films! ENDGAME is by far the best AVENGERS movie and one of the most credible comic adaptations ever!

    Unlike its predecessors, ENDGAME benefits from an outstanding screenplay that actually manages not only to retell and bring to an end the history of the AVENGERS, but rather to enclose…