Sinister: KnigaWorm Review

Film Friday Special: Sinister (2012) Disclaimer: My reviews are unfiltered reactions that I write down while watching a movie. I normally refer to characters by the actors’ names, so don’t be confused. And obviously, MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD! We’re off to a great start! “Honey, please tell me we’re not living two doors down from theContinue reading “Sinister: KnigaWorm Review”

The Greatest Showman: KnigaWorm Review

Disclaimer: My reviews are unfiltered reactions that I write down while watching the movie. And I refer to characters by the names of the actors who portray them, so don’t get confused. Obviously, MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD! We are a walking paradox: we truly want the things we do not have, and once we have, weContinue reading “The Greatest Showman: KnigaWorm Review”

And Just Like That… Episode 4 Review

by KnigaWorm I decided to try something new in these rambling reviews, where I concentrate on each character and discuss the overall issues at the end of the review. SPOILER ALERT! for the entire show and film collection of Sex and City. And obvi, for this show. S1E04: Some of my best friends Carrie –Continue reading “And Just Like That… Episode 4 Review”

And Just Like That… Episode 3 Review

by KnigaWorm SPOILER ALERT! for the entire show and film collection of Sex and the City. And obvi, for Episodes 1&2 of this show. S1E03: When in Rome Haha, I already spoiled the fact that Natasha is coming back this episode! Although, I remember her from the trailers – back when we didn’t know aboutContinue reading “And Just Like That… Episode 3 Review”

And Just Like That… Episode 2 Review

by KnigaWorm SPOILER ALERT! for the entire show and film collection of Sex and the City. And obvi, Episode 1 of this show. S1E02: Little Black Dress I can’t look at Stanford being sad over Big because Stanford is gonna die next… And unlike Chris Noth, Willie Garson is actually dead, so they have toContinue reading “And Just Like That… Episode 2 Review”

And Just Like That… Episode 1 Review

by KnigaWorm And just like that… I’ve decided to come back to blogging. Missed me? Anyway, what better way to come out of unexpected self-imposed retirement than by reviewing a show that I am lovingly referring to as Sex in the Retirement Home? I am actually watching the show in real-time and commenting as IContinue reading “And Just Like That… Episode 1 Review”

Bill Cunningham New York

by Elizaveta Gorbunova I recently watched a film about a happy and wonderful man who does what he loves. He is aphotographer. This film is called “Bill Cunningham: New York”. The film premiered in the United States on March 16, 2011, and immediately received many positive reviews. This documentary was produced in America and directedContinue reading “Bill Cunningham New York”

Bill Cunningham New York

by Anya Babochenko A photography Genius or a Regular Guy on a Bike?  An older photographer who looks at women’s legs with special trepidation and drinks coffee for 3 bucks in one of the New York cafes. This is how Bill Cunningham appears to the viewer in the movie by Richard Press. From the firstContinue reading “Bill Cunningham New York”

Bill Cunningham New York

by Sophie Kanakidi If you’re looking for an inspiring and unique story from the life of a person, you’ve found it. The documentary about Bill Cunningham, an American photographer, is essentially an example of the passion a person truly has when he is doing what he actually loves. What I really enjoyed was the wayContinue reading “Bill Cunningham New York”

Bill Cunningham New York

by Anna Shornikova A curios documentary about an 80-year-old street photographer shows the insides of his everyday life. Bill Cunningham New York is a 2010 American documentary film directed by Richard Press. The action revolves around a simple, unpretentious and ever-smiling Bill Cunningham, a person of outstanding talent, yet leading a modest life.  The film illustrates the everyday routine of a street-fashion photographer as it is. Throughout the film, it becomes habitual toContinue reading “Bill Cunningham New York”