Today – whatever day you are reading this will do fine – we are going to discuss seriously about the movie « Chinatown ». I put an emphasis on « seriously » because this is going to be a fairly long article. Before discussing the film we are going to need a little context. Why? Because it is important. Have I said it enough? Context, context, context.
In honor of the nomination of Pedro Almodóvar as President of the Jury of the Cannes Festival, I would like to present to you, the people of the internet, every Wenesday, a film from the latter. So, today will be about one of my favorite Almodóvar film: Mujeres al borde de un ataque de nervios or Women on the Verge of a Breakdown.
My title may not be fair, it is paradoxical, but I stand by it, because if you are a fan of Star Wars you probably resent George Lucas as much as me for adding and continually transforming his original saga…
So today I finally started watching Supergirl – the infamous CW show which, like good wine, is to be paired with the growing franchise of DC Comics adaptations i.e. Arrow and Flash. From the moment it started, viewers have been giving the cold shoulder to the girl of steel. It is true that in comparison to the growing popularity of Flash, it is probably difficult for the writers of the show to understand why their superheroine is not working as well in the polls. But what does Flash and Arrow have that Supergirl doesn’t?