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”

KnigaWorm Film Review: Thor Ragnarok

I am a massive Marvel Avengers fan (and I have a tattoo to prove it), so there’s never been an MCU movie I didn’t love. I hope that this retelling/review of Thor Ragnarok will be the first in a series, and I’ll get to cover all the MCU movies. Obviously, this retelling/review contains ALL THEContinue reading “KnigaWorm Film Review: Thor Ragnarok”

KnigaWorm Film Review: The Impossible (2012)

The things I do for my friends…I was putting the finishing touches on my review of “Gone girl” (the movie, not the book) when a friend of mine called me up. After a quick catch-up session, the conversation turned to how bloody scary life is right now. And no, not cause of Covid, we’re kindContinue reading “KnigaWorm Film Review: The Impossible (2012)”

Star Wars Episode VIII The Last Jedi

Here we go, The Last Jedi! I was surprised to find it on Netflix – this is the only Star Wars movie they have on there. I wonder why? Maybe because it’s gotten so many negative reviews, that not many people want to pay to see it. I am here mainly because the current CaptainContinue reading “Star Wars Episode VIII The Last Jedi”