Films

  • 19 Jan 2017
  • By German Anitua Azkarate
  • Rating:( 1637 votes )

Lost in Translation

Lost in Translation is the tale of a chance collision between two souls feeling trapped in their lives and lost in a foreign world. Bill Murray is endorsing a whiskey purely for the sake of the money although while enjoying the break from his wife, meanwhile Scarlett Johansson is accompanying her husband Giovanni Ribisi, a photographer. We watch the friendship between these two strangers slowly blossom into a delicate platonic romance.

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  • 5 Jan 2017
  • By German Anitua Azkarate
  • Rating:( 1615 votes )

Into the wild

This film is based on the book written by John Krakauer, which under the same title chronicles the last years of the real life of a 22 year old boy named Chris McCandless who left what seemed to be a privileged life in Annandale, Gave away most of his money, and began a cross-country journey. 

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  • 2 Aug 2016
  • By German Anitua Azkarate
  • Rating:( 1743 votes )

Sunshine

In 2057, the sun is dying. A crew of eight pilot a colossal nuclear bomb aboard the spaceship Icarus II with the intent to jumpstart the sun. As they pass Mercury's orbit, Icarus II discovers the distress beacon of Icarus I, the first ship to attempt their mission, which disappeared seven years earlier. 

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  • 8 Jun 2016
  • By German Anitua Azkarate
  • Rating:( 1557 votes )

Invictus

This is a movie about the story of the South African victory in the 1995 Rugby World Cup. That victory is credited for healing many of the wounds caused by the apartheid years. Nelson Mandela, South Africa’s first black president, consciously chose to support the Springboks – long seen as a symbol of white oppression in South Africa and hated by most of the country’s black population – as a rallying cry for national unity and putting aside the hate of the dehumanizing apartheid policy of the white South African government. The team did not disappoint. They won the World Cup in a memorable match against New Zealand, then the best rugby side in the world.

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