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TENET - Roberto Leoni Movie Reviews NO SPOILER [Eng sub]

Roberto Leoni reviews Tenet (2020) written and directed by Christopher Nolan starring John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, Elisabeth Debicki.

LES MISÉRABLES Roberto Leoni Movie Reviews [Italian with Eng sub]

Roberto Leoni reviews Les Misérables (1919) directed by Ladj Ly, written by Ladj Ly, Giordano Gederlini, Alexis Manenti, starring Damien Bonnard

King of Masks Film Review

This is my first film review from a family-friendly perspective.

CONTAGION, coronavirus and pandemics in history and cinema -…

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1917 - Roberto Leoni Movie Reviews NO SPOILER [Eng sub]

Roberto Leoni reviews 1917 (2019) directed by Sam Mendes, written by Sam Mendes, Krysty Wilson-Cairns, starring George MacKay, Dean-Charles Chapman. You can find the ENG DUBBED version of Roberto Leoni review on IMDB:

JOJO RABBIT - Roberto Leoni Movie Review SPOILER [Eng sub]

Roberto Leoni reviews JoJo Rabbit (2019) directed by Taika Waititi, written by writers based on the novel written by Christine Leunens. You can find the ENG DUBBED version of Roberto Leoni review on IMDB:


A Blood Throne Writer/Producer/Director Xavier Garcia earned his BA in Spanish Literature and Theater at Colby College, and this background is quite evident when watching A Blood Throne, a superb spinoff of the Gospel of Matthew's account of Herod, king of Judea. Based in Massachusetts, Xavier produced the film along with his brother Jonathan under the siblings' co-founded, award-winning production company Mount Harvest. Although their website touts their faith-based film cred, we had to ask them for clarification because their final product feels quite apart from an ordinary religious niche production. And Garcia will tell you that Sunday school is not really the point. It's more a case of mining the Bible for material, then building a highly dramatic narrative about the characters, settings and situations they find. King Herod is not typical fare for a Bible-inspired film, either; in fact, the last attempt we could find in a Google search was a 1958 Italian-French epic. Like other classically-trained dramatists, the Garcia brothers are intensely interested in characters who act unpredictably and often violently, creating a thunderstorm around themselves. And in a nod to effective structure, from this maelstrom enters another character who can counter the madness—to such an artist this could be Superman or the Biblical Jesus, it's almost beside the point. This dual role of conviction and exploration is what makes Xavier Garcia so interesting as a filmmaker. He does profess his Christian faith, but he is thoroughly committed to telling his story wherever it takes him. Whether a believer or not, one can respect an artist who hits his marks like this one. You can read more in the Glouchester Daily Times and/or watch the trailer here: A Blood Throne Trailer -

THE SHINING - Roberto Leoni Movie Reviews [Eng sub]

"...the opportunity to talk about the writer's block is the release of the Extended Edition of Kubrick's masterpiece The Shining that after The Exorcist is the second in the world ranking of the most seen horror movies...” R.L.

Totol Recal: Innerspace

Season 2 Premiere of Totol Recal. We go deeper into Charlie than anyone ever has before. Don't forget that is your location f...

Pop Culture Guy episode 33: My Favorite Channel Awesome Creators

Pop Culture Guy talks about the creators of Channel Awesome that he loves and inspire him.

Pop Culture Guy episode 30: John Wick Chapter 2 and The Fate of…

Pop Culture Guy's reviews of John Wick Chapter and The Fate of the Furious.

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While cursed, Pop Culture Guy reviews Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 and Alien: Covenant.
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