Tag Archives: Daniel Brühl

The Cloverfield Paradox (2018) Review

A GENERIC PARADOX UNTO ITSELF   Back in 2008, Cloverfield, a movie that was made for $25 million, made box-off success with a worldwide total of roughly $170 million (profiting almost 7 times its production budget). The movie itself centered around a group of young adults who were caught up in survival as a giant monster attacks and rampages through

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The Zookeeper’s Wife (2017) Review

A MILD, BUT STILL A POIGNANT HOLOCAUST FEATURE   From victories, hardships, and atrocities, the historical references of World War II have been well-documented, weaving the tales of thousands into an intricate tapestry of war. From the Europe to the islands of the Pacific Ocean, WWII in encompass many nations that faced violence of war on both the battlefield as

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Woman in Gold Review

MORE THAN JUST A PRETTY PICTURE Behind every painting is a story” is a common saying when describing pieces of artwork. Such is the case behind the famous painting of “Adele Bloch-Bauer” (also called “The Woman in Gold”) by legendary artist Gustav Klimt. Yet, the more fascinating story is not just about Klimt or Adele, but rather Maria Altmann, Adele’s

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