Dreams come true: 10 films about the Christmas miracle
New year is a time when dreams come true, and it does not matter whether you live on 3rd street Builders or Fifth Avenue. We have compiled for you a Christmas selection of ageless classics, family and romantic comedies and original films that prove that miracles are close. Enjoy watching and magical new year mood!
Very Murray Christmas, 2015 merry Murray Christmas! Sofia Coppola’s musical (“Marie Antoinette, “”translation Difficulties”) rarely makes it into the classic new year’s selections, and this is an unfortunate omission. The plot of “A very Murray Christmas” is simple and beautiful at the same time: on the eve of the holiday, bill is preparing to play a new year’s show and is waiting for star guests.The weather makes its own adjustments to this plan: new York is covered with snow and frozen as if before another Groundhog Day. But is it worth it to lose heart about this on Christmas eve? We strongly recommend watching the film in English with Russian subtitles and enjoy “Jingle Bells”, “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” and “the Christmas Blues” in the original language. Continue reading
“Favorite” Yorgos Lanthimos: rabbits, chocolate cakes and other” weaknesses ” of Queen Anne
This week in the Russian hire came “Favorite” (The favorite) Yorgos Lanthimos. The film for Lantimosa highly ambiguous and not so pretentious as “Murder of sacred deer” or “Lobster” – comfortably watch until the end of, understand that is happening (and even obtain from this pleasure) will be able if not all, then many.
The thing is probably that “Favorite” is not an author’s project, but a commercial one. For the first time, the script of the film was not handled by the Director himself, but by writer and producer Deborah Davis and series writer and Director Tony McNamara.The plot of the film is built around the Palace intrigues between two confidants of the British Queen Anne, the last reigning monarch of the Stuart dynasty. The narrative covers the earliest start time of the reign of Queen — the end of XVII and beginning of XVIII century. Continue reading