Well folks, this is it. Tonight, this year is coming to an end, and with it comes a lot of time for reflection upon everything – what you did this year, what you learned about yourself, what you succeeded in and failed at. So here’s a short review of the movies I’ve blogged about this year!
Nothing could prevent the Red Wedding. The house of Forrester is caught in the midst of all sorts of intrigues. And alongside the terrors and troubles that the whole country has to face, they have to do whatever they can to survive and protect their precious Ironwood…
Ig is struggling with accusations concerning his girlfriend’s death and turns to drink. But on top of a massive hangover, he one day awakens to find he has grown horns…
Andrew Neyman has a dream: he wants to be the best jazz drummer there ever was. And he has potential. But his mentor Terence Fletcher starts to realise it with methods that turn his world upside down.
Life on Earth is becoming increasingly difficult – the land is just not sustainable anymore. The former NASA test pilot and engineer Cooper gets a chance to look for a new home – but can he leave his family for such a big leap of faith?
When the Sultan demands young Transylvanian boys for his army, Vlad Tepes resists. But he is forced into a dangerous alliance with an unholy force to protect his family and people.
A robot is sent back in time to help the cavemen through the Ice Age – but it doesn’t understand their language. That might prove slightly difficult.
It’s 1984, and UK miners are on strike. All of a sudden, they get support from a rather unexpected group – and while the money is needed, not everyone approves of the new friendship with the gay community.
A bunch of teenagers find themselves in a clearing surrounded by a mysterious, dangerous maze. Their little society follows strict rules to protect itself – but the arrival of a boy turns their world upside down…
Here in Hollywood, things are done strangely, as young Agatha has to realize upon her arrival. Her mission? Visiting family. But what if the craziness simply builds up and never stops?