Creed (2015) – 4.5/5

What seemed like another attempt to make money off the Rocky series turned out to be a refreshing and original movie, and in many ways, better than Rocky.  Director Ryan Coogler manages to create a movie that is part of the Rocky universe but also stands out from its prequels. Even though it follows almost the same plot as the […]

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The Big Short (2015) – 4.5/5

Director Adam McKay manages to turn a complicated topic into a brilliant, appealing and witty finance lesson, and successfully disguises a sad, frightening, but true story as a comedy-drama film. With a superb cast, unique editing, and an engaging screenplay, The Big Short will not fail to disappoint audiences. If there is something easy to spot in […]

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Gloria (2015) – 3.5/5

Based on the life of a revolutionary mexican pop-singer, Gloria focuses on the real story behind Gloria Trevi by following a superb screenplay, humanizing its main cast, and never criticizing or judging… But on the contrary, victimizing. To anyone that knows some facts about the sex scandal Gloria Trevi was involved in, the movie will most likely be […]

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Trumbo (2015) – 4/5

While Trumbo manages to capture the audience’s attention with a great story and a cast that goes above and beyond, it fails to entertain and release its full potential because of lack of direction. Directed by the man behind movies such as Austin Powers, Fifty First Dates, and Bruno, Trumbo is obviously a big change for director Jay Roach. Though […]

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The Good Dinosaur (2015) – 4.5/5

While The Good Dinosaur is far from being among the best Pixar films, it delivers beautiful and thorough animation, amazing realistic environments, and a heart-warming story that will entertain kids and adults alike. Directed by Peter Sohn The Good Dinosaur follows the story of Arlo, a young dinosaur who is caught by a river current while chasing […]

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