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TV Review – Unbelievable

Unbelievable is masterpiece of writing and performances.

It is one of the best feminist crime show I have ever seen. It has amazing display of the power of feminine energy and women and the difference it can create, without falling into your typical “look at women being badasses” way that Hollywood often does feminism.

Film Review – Yesterday

Even though people might think the movie is about What-If you woke up one day and your icon people were not known, or about another love story, for me the movie was all about a debate on what would you rather be happy or successful.

What I loved was the solution written into the script.

Film Review – Elysium

The only reason I would watch sci-fi movies is if it puts some light on current affairs and show where we could go.

When I read, that Elysium is about the gap between the rich and the poor and gives a futuristic commentary on the immigration debate, I was intrigued. Besides I can never resist anything that would have Matt Damon and Judie Foster on it.

Film Review – Juliet, Naked

I like goofy rom-com, but lately it’s hard to come by one that would satisfy both my romantic soul and my intellectual self. So, when once in a while I get to watch a funny, warm and smart one it’s a night to celebrate.

Juliet, Naked, is a movie about second chances, hope, and redemption from a life of missed opportunities, loneliness and boredom.

Film Review – Widows

Put the word “Diversity” and “We want something like… but different” and you’ll get Widows.

Though Widows can be easily categorized as a Heist movie, it’s not your average heist movie with a twist of an all-female cast. Nothing can be far from Widows as Ocean 8.

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