My Filmviews

- What are yours?

Of Horses and Men (2014)

Review Of Horses and Men

How many good movies do you know where horses play the main part? If you forget Warhorse for a moment (a movie which I found quite manipulative and disappointing) you probably van only think of movies where a young girl has to save a horse. Enough reason for me to approach this movie carefully as I didn’t know if this was a tame horse or a wild stallion. Continue reading

Wild Card (2015)

Recensie Wild Card

Is it really still necessary to write reviews of Jason Stathammovies? If you have seen a couple of them and know you enjoyed them, chances usually are that you will want to watch his latest one. You know exactly what you can expect from a Statham movie: A tought, lonely man fighting a bad guy and usually is the last one standing. So basically the ultimate action hero. So is this also the case for Wild Card? Continue reading

Inherent Vice (2014)

Review Inherent Vice

Dear Mister Anderson,

The first work of yours which I ever saw was the movie Magnolia, your work impressed me and during your career I’ve seen almost all of your movies including Punch Drunk Love, There Will Be Blood and The Master. Also didn’t want to miss your latest film, Inherent Vice. I couldn’t wait to find out what it was about and what to expect from it. See, I never read the book this movie is based on, but as you know how to make movies I had confidence this would be a nice surprise. Continue reading

An Honest Liar (2014)

Review An Honest Liar

The world is filled with miracles and impressive powers. At least that’s what a lot of people try to convince you of. James “The Amazing” Randi, who started his career as a magician (and did many Houdini tricks), decided to focus on proving that people who bend spoons, faith healers and others dealing with supernatural forces are all scamming people. He doesn’t believe in the paranormal and wants to tell this to everyone willing to listen. Continue reading

Cosmos: A SpaceTime Odyssey (2014)

Review Cosmos

Scientist Carl Sagan was not someone who was a worldwide celebrity and therefore I had never heard of him. Reading up on him I understood her regularly visited the talkshows and presented various programmes which helped to make science more popular. One of those programs was Cosmos. I never saw the original version, but Neil deGrasse Tyson has breathed new life into the show. After seeing Interstellar I was inspired to check it out. Continue reading