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Re: “The stars align for James Gunn's Guardians of the Galaxy, a summery antidote to superhero bombast

A new team of Marvel superheroes will make its entry into theaters, composed of characters as different as it is interesting. Newcomers are the Guardians of the Galaxy, some lesser known Marvel universe, so studios have considered it appropriate to launch a major character in the film guide, which will help to avoid confusion between, for example, Dey and Korath Rhomann, but also finding some useful biographical orientation in the complex world of fighters Galaxy. Guardians of the Galaxy tackles a bold new way of looking at superheroes and one of the riskiest and various Marvel projects, an epic space adventure that combines sci-fi adventure, action, and - after cool movies

Posted by Elena Chera on 08/01/2014 at 2:21 AM

Re: “OK James Brown biopic Get On Up fumbles one of pop music's most compelling stories

Can't wait (for the documentary instead).

The upcoming Hank Williams biopic probably should be a similar treatment of (re)viewing complicated, once-in-a-lifetime contemporary 20th century musical genius on the widescreen.

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Posted by Conslor on 07/31/2014 at 5:34 AM

Re: “Within the picture-book perfection of Ida, a Holocaust orphan finds the bitter truth of her lineage

Historian Jan Gross has written about anti-Semitism after Auschwitz. In addition, Anna way back to the monastery, is related to its double orphan condition. He lost his family, now lost twice. In a world of utter uprooting, Anna chose to flee the world. He turns to Jesus, to withdraw to mourn forever, those "killed at dawn" (Zbigniew Herbert). Wash the statue of Christ forever, hoping to find the Son of Man as humanity could descend into the horror of the Holocaust. Labor and labor of mourning memory, "Ida" is, above all, a harrowing confession about the lives of the injured (to resume Adorno's words) of what was once Central Europe.

Posted by Elena Chera on 07/28/2014 at 9:42 AM

Re: “Rediscovered singer-songwriter Sixto Rodriguez embraces newfound fame through the doc Searching for Sugar Man

Well that's what the program was explaining, how 'they' tried to change his name to make it sound other-then-Mexican.

Posted by Daisy on 07/25/2014 at 10:11 AM

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