Jan Komasa's latest film tracks a teenager whose life seems ideal on the outset, but who falls into a shady online community that draws him deep into their virtual network and further from reality
The director's awali credits include co-writing the film "Oda do Radości" / "Ode to Joy" (2005), hailed a manifest of young Polish cinema. He makes his debut in 2011 as an independent mwandishi with his feature film "Sala samobobóców” / “Suicide Room".
The protagonist of the film a teenager who seems to live the ideal life: settled at nyumbani and successful at school. His final secondary-school...
On the run in the mwaka 1987, Bumblebee finds refuge in a junkyard in a small Californian beach, pwani town. Charlie, on the cusp of turning 18 and trying to find her place in the world, discovers Bumblebee, battle-scarred and broken.
Who doesn’t upendo a good and scandalous book? Well, Diane Keaton, Jane Fonda, Candice Bergen and Mary Steenburgen definitely do as evidenced in their latest film “Book Club.”
Directed kwa Bill Holderman, the romantic comedy follows four lifelong Marafiki when their lives are turned upside down after kusoma the infamously erotic "50 Shades of Grey." Along their journey, rising actress Amanda Martin steps in as a helpful flight attendant.
I recently caught up with Amanda Martin to find out more.
Tell us about your role in “Book Club.”
AMANDA MARTIN: I play a friendly Flight Attendant who...
Lately I've been in a decade kinda mood. I've made makala for my inayopendelewa 90s and 00s TV series/movies and am in the process of doing a 90s movie one. Since there is no decent club for the 10s yet and it seems a bit presumptuous to make one now, I decided to post this makala here. Of course I already made a kura ya maoni that nobody answered, so logically making an makala that nobody will read is the inayofuata step. Enjoy!
This was such a great movie. So great in fact, that I didn't even need a stellar cast to get me to go see it. The premise alone was intriguing. I know this is a remake,...
European actress Marianne Bourg is earning some big laughs in America with appearances in Universal Pictures “Neighbors” and the indie-flick “Helicopter Mom.”
A mix of Luxembourgish and French, Marianne studied at the Luxembourg National Academy of Dramatic Arts, Cours Florent in Paris and then at the chuo kikuu, chuo kikuu cha of Cambridge before moving to Los Angeles. She recently debuted on the big screen in “Wizardream,” starring Malcolm McDowell, and also appeared in the Japanese film, “Gun Woman.”
Marianne recently took time to answer a few maswali about her latest projects.