Charles Dickens – The Man Who Invented Christmas

Opening: November 22 USA 2017 Directed by: Bharat Nalluri Writing Credits: Susan Coyne, Les Standiford Principal Actors: Dan Stevens, Mark Schrier, Patrick Joseph Byrnes, Christopher Plummer Charles Dickens (Dan Stevens), celebrated author of Oliver Twist, is rattled after three major flops in 1843.  To secure his opulent lifestyle in his big mansion and 5 children, […]

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Go Get ‘Em Tiger

It’s here! Pumpkin Spice Latte (#PSL) in one hand and Vogue’s September issue in the other, I’m getting ready for the loveliest fashion season of them all—the beautiful fall. You might have spotted the following trends in stores or blogs yourself. Keep reading for tips on how to style and ride the new fashion trends. […]

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68 – Pop and Protest

Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Through March 17, 2019 Steintorplatz 20099 Hamburg http://www.mkg-hamburg.de We didn’t start the fire… Dr. Carsten Brosda, Hamburg Senator for Culture and Media to Hamburg, used Billy Joel’s chorus of his ´89 smashing hit single to introduce the newest exhibition of the Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe(MKG), 68 – Pop and […]

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Emma – die verborgenen Farben der Dinge

Emma- die verborgenen Farben der Dinge (Il Colore Nascosto delle cose) **** Four Stars Opening June, 26 2018 Italy/Switzerland 2017 Directed by: Silvio Soldini Writing Credits: Davide Lantieri Principal Actors: Adriano Giannini, Valeria Golino, Arianna Scommegna Teo (Adriano Giannini) has everything, so it seems: Devilish good looks, a girlfriend who he is about to move […]

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Ocean’s 8

Once an Ocean always an Ocean and just like her brother, Danny Ocean (George Clooney in the previous movies of the franchise) Debbie has “heist” in her blood.

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COCO Film Review

Opening November 30, 2017 USA 2017 Directed by: Lee Unkrich and Adrian Molina Writing Credits: Lee Unkrich and Adrian Molina Principal voices: Edward James Olmos, Benjamin Bratt, Anthony Gonzalez, Gael Carcía Bernal,   Disney’s newest family adventure takes its audience to Mexico on the very “Día de los Muertos” – The day of the dead. […]

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Anita Rée – Hamburger Kunsthalle

Anita Rée Hamburger Kunsthalle http://www.hamburger-kunsthalle.de/en Through Feb 04 2018   I remember clearly the moment that I first laid eyes on Anita Rée, or rather her self-portrait (Selbstbildnis, 1930; Oil on Canvas, 66 x 60,8 cm; Hamburg Kunsthalle) in the Hamburg Kunsthalle, a couple of years ago one rainy Sunday afternoon. The melancholic colors, the […]

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Jane Fonda, Call on me!

Getting yourself to hop off the couch and into the exercise routine can be a tough one if your motivation is somewhere between limbo and nonexistent. For myself, I found that putting on cute leggings and a matching top works better than any drill instructor could. I get up in the morning and just can’t […]

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Las Chicas Del Cable Review

The English Version is available below. LAS CHICAS DEL CABLE  (engl.: Cable Girls; dt.: Die Telefonistinnen) Spain 2017 Netflix Original Cast: Blanca Suárez, Xon Gonzáles, Martiño Rivas, Ana Fernandez, Nadia de Santiago Mein Netflix und ich haben eine ganz besondere Beziehung. Ich nenne es „mein“ Netflix, weil ich mir gerne orstelle, dass Netflix nur für […]

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WHAT HAPPENED TO MONDAY? Movie Review

What happened to Monday? *****  Opening October 12, 2017 Directed by: Tommy Wirkola Writing Credits: Max Botkin, Kerry Williamson Principal actors: Noomi Rapace, Glenn Close, Willem Dafoe In the year 2058 the world has become so overcrowded that a one-child policy is implemented. Any siblings are taken away by the Child Allocation Bureau, CAB, and […]

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