Aaron Bernard, Agnes Herrmann, Amy Caroline, Bob Jennings, Brenna Roth, Buddy Sosthand, Charlize Theron, David August Lindauer, end of civilization, Garret Dillahunt, Guy Pearce, Jack Erdie, Jared Pfennigwerth, Jeremy Ambler, Kirk Brown Dramatic, Kodi Smit-McPhee, Mark Tierno, Matt Reese, Michael K. Williams, Molly Parker, Nick Pasqual, Robert Duvall, Viggo Mortensen
I always suspected that the human race was disturbing.
After seeing this film, I had confirmation that the human race is disturbing.
Adam Shankman, Allison Janney, Amanda Bynes, Brittany Snow, Christopher Walken, Elijah Kelley, Hairspray, James Marsden, Jerry Stiller, Jim Broadbent, John Travolta, Michelle Pfeiffer, Musical Comedy, Nikki Blonsky, Paul Dooley, Queen Latifah, Zac Efron
I love this movie! A hymn to the different, to the beauty of breaking down the barriers.
action, Ben Cross, Christian Contreras, Heist, hurricane, Italian International Film, James Barriscale, James Cutler, Maggie Grace, Melissa Bolona, Pictures, Ralph Ineson, Rob Cohen, Ryan Kwanten, Toby Kebbell, Usa
Action films to watch for lovers of the genre.
I go to see these films because they reflect the beauty of #American thinking: Americans think big, whether it’s robberies, natural disasters, personal battles.
I adore them for this.
How much tenacity, how much strength, how much joy of life.
After reading the book by Alessandro Milan, Wondy’s husband, I could not help reading Wondy’s book.
I was surprised and fascinated by a woman so combative and energetic, who reacted decisively, faced with a ruthless disease, she fought to the last, against a faceless enemy called cancer.
Wondy always looked at the glass half full and always cared about the happiness of the people he loved.
An exceptional woman.
I lived in a house in a valley in the countryside: behind the house there was a chicken coop.
If you came by car from the main road, you arrived at the entrance of the house, but behind it there was still the chicken coop, untidy and ugly to see.
If you arrived on foot from the fields, you came first to the henhouse, after a few dozen meters you arrived on the stairs of the house.
The house was in the same spot, the henhouse as well, but the roads to reach them were different and made differently: the perspectives with which you look at things, work in the same way.
Changing opinions, at times, can make you find the right way to get where you want.
#211, Amanda Cerny, Cory Hardrict, Derek Horse, Dwayne Cameron, Fedi Bashur, Mark Basnight, Michael Bellisario, Michael Rainey Jr., Nicolas Cage, Notorious Pictures, Ori Pfeffer, Raymond Steers, Sean James, Sophie Skelton, Usa, Weston Cage, York Alec Shackleton
In this film we often perceive a mechanical acting.
The story is good, but too constructed with studied acting, I do not perceive emotionality, I found some static scene, as if to act were puppets and not people.
A film with faded colors, to then reach the final with more accented colors, to underline the life change of character played by Nicola Cage and other people around him, now retired and become grandfather, despite the ugly adventure of the robbery, which involved him and his son in law.
At the end, the only change of dress of this character, from the policeman’s uniform to the sporty jogging suit, was more than enough to highlight the change in the life of characters.
I will be boring, but the details make the difference.
There are few books that scratch and roar like tigers while you’re reading them: this is a tiger book, an angry tiger, because the resilience roars, the pain scratches.
Words written with the ink of pain on pages illuminated by the joy of living of the beloved wife.
I already know that one day, I will reread it again.
#MiViviDentro #Wondy #AlessandroMilan #resilienza #FrancescaDelRosso