Les choristes: The Beauty of Music and the Love of Humanity

Les choriste is a film based on music, directed by Christophe Barratti, which was released in theaters in 2004 and won the French box office that year for its simple, heartfelt story

Sen to Chihiro no kamikakushi : The Adventure of Dream and Fantasy in Japanese Aesthetics

Sen to Chihiro no kamikakushi tells a series of wonderful stories about a 10-year-old girl Chihiro and her parents who went into the world of gods by mistake. Their parents became two pigs

Darkest Hour: Choices under the historical sky

The film “Darkest Hour” is a historical biopic directed by British director Joe White. The film “Darkest Hour” is a change from the traditional narrative of war films and historical films that

Avatar: The perfect interpretation of animated science fiction in the age of stereoscopy

James Cameron set a staggering box office record with Titanic, which won 11 Academy Awards in 1997. Avatar” is a science fiction film directed by James Cameron, its classic degree is no

Blade Runner (1982): a cyberpunk aesthetic

Blade Runner is a pioneer of the cyberpunk genre, with huge cities raining in the dark, neon lights flashing, large Japanese beauty ads playing repeatedly on skyscrapers, people crowding and hustling like

Review of “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly”: the plot keeps you coming back for more

A woman has just prepared food for her husband and son, but little does she know that this will be their last lunch. A cold-faced killer enters the farm owner’s home, sits

The Devil’s Advocate Review: Scary Humanity

Today I finished watching the movie “Devil’s Advocate”. I was really shocked by the distortion of human nature. The hero also came to his senses in the cold water wash at the

Review of Dead Poets Society: Drawing the Essence of Life

This story takes place in a high school called Wilton Preparatory Academy in the late 1950s. The school’s motto is “Tradition, Discipline, Honor, Excellence. The school motto is “Tradition, Discipline, Honor, Excellence”.

Cinderella Man review: how to get back from the bottom to the top

Cinderella Man is a film based on real life, it is mainly about the generation of boxing champion Brock from the peak of the fall to the trough, how to climb back

The Greatest Beer Run Ever Review: The latest satirical film from the Oscar-winning director

After three years, director Peter Farrelly, who won the Oscar for Best Picture for Green Book, has released his war comedy masterpiece The Greatest Beer Run Ever, and it’s a real treat!