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  • Film review: Krampus
    December 10, 2015, by Andre Crous of The Prague Post

    The most wonderful time of the year tends to yield some of the most sentimental films of the year, but this year, one Hollywood film has decided to eschew the […]

  • Film review: Bridge of Spies
    December 5, 2015, by Andre Crous of The Prague Post

    In Steven Spielberg’s Cold War–set Bridge of Spies, the first scene in which we see James Donovan (Tom Hanks), a former Nuremberg prosecutor who is now a partner at a […]

  • Film review: The Little Prince
    December 3, 2015, by Andre Crous of The Prague Post

    Stories about father figures are nothing new, nor are stories about father figures who teach young girls about the world (just consider Jostein Gaarder’s masterful compendium of 3,000 years of […]

  • Film review: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 2
    November 21, 2015, by Andre Crous of The Prague Post

    Katniss is tired, and so are we. The climax has been awaited far too long, mostly because Suzanne Collins’s three novels have been stretched across four films totaling more than […]

  • Film review: By the Sea
    November 19, 2015, by Andre Crous of The Prague Post

    Do you remember the scene in Quentin Tarantino’s World War II–set Inglourious Basterds in which U.S. Lieutenant Aldo Raine, played by Brad Pitt, attends a film premiere in Nazi-occupied Paris […]

  • Film review: Steve Jobs
    November 12, 2015, by Andre Crous of The Prague Post

    Apple co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs died in 2011, after building up an innovative computer empire from scratch, despite numerous setbacks. Director Danny Boyle and screenwriter Aaron Sorkin try to […]

  • Film review: Spectre
    November 6, 2015, by Andre Crous of The Prague Post

    The famously unflappable James Bond (Daniel Craig) finally has his heart stolen,but continuing an exploration of the human dimensions of 007 that started three films ago, it is perhaps unsurprising […]

  • Film review: Macbeth
    November 5, 2015, by Andre Crous of The Prague Post

    Justin Kurzel’s adaptation of one of William Shakespeare’s most famous plays is as unconventional as it is powerful, using the vast, fog-covered highlands as a powerful tool to convey the […]

  • Film review: Sicario
    October 29, 2015, by Andre Crous of The Prague Post

    The United Status–Mexico border may appear to separate the two most populous North American nations, but in fact, as we know, the length of the border and the rough terrain […]

  • Film review: The Intern
    October 22, 2015, by Andre Crous of The Prague Post

    We all know what to expect with a Nancy Meyers movie. It will be a capably directed, usually New York City–set love story with a dash of comedy and little […]