The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (2013)

Catching Fire is everything a sequel needs to be: more explosiveness, more emotions and an excellent start to a promising two-part finale. Continue reading


Obstruction 1 – Intouchables (2011)

Hugely predictable, Intouchables is all about outdated values and bland clichés to tell a highly unlikely story. Continue reading

The Great Gatsby (2013)

Luhrmann’s approach of loosely interpreting the essence of the story (and even adding to that) may seem radical, but in the end proves to be the best and most entertaining choice for a twenty-first century audience. The Great Gatsby is and should not be a documentary after all. Continue reading

The Host (2013)

The Host proves to be suitable for the hardcore Twilight fans, but lacks so many things that I’ll doubt even they will find it an enjoyable spectacle. Continue reading

Iron Man 3 (2013)

The successful sequel to the first two Iron Man movies and The Avengers has been brought together exceptionally well. The only question that remains is whether the new Iron Man is better than before or is just another part in the Marvel Comics franchise. Continue reading