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  • Written by Tienlee on 20.11.2012

    "Silence of the Lambs" by Thomas Harris has been widely recognized as one the most magnificent psychological thrillers of late 20th century.

    A freaky murderer abducts young ladies, skins them and eventually throws their bodies into rivers. Young FBI agent, Clarice Starling (Jodie Foster) is appointed to investigate the case. Her superiors believe that other murderer, Hannibal Lecter (Anthony Hopkins), will know more about the wanted psycho, which is why they send young agent Starling to interview him.

    "Silence of the Lambs" is in fact a journey to the core of murderer’s soul; a soul of a psycho, transvestite and madman. This journey is intriguing indeed. It keeps the spectator in suspension until the very end. Feast of acting skills, terrific script, thrilling soundtrack, and a unique intelligent arrangement of the whole make me mark the movie 10 for 10.

  • Written by Tienlee on 30.12.2012

    "Psycho" a perfect proof that in order to scare the audience we don’t need to include slimy monsters, skeletons or other wraiths in the cast.

    Psycho suggests that often a monster is in a man, who is peaceful and mentally stable in everyday life, a man who doesn’t stand out. However, when the time comes, a beast, that is ready for anything, is awaken.

    All in all, "Psycho" a movie for people who appreciate the old, and more importantly, good horror movie. Feast of acting skills, terrific script and a unique intelligent arrangement of the whole make me mark the movie 9 for 10.

  • Written by Tienlee on 30.12.2012

    Where do the deceased go? Can we communicate with them? Can they see or hear us? Nobody knows that. We’ll listen to the reasonable theory about this issue eagerly.

    We have two protagonists. One is an eight-year-old (Haley Joel Osment) suffering from paranoid visions who claims that he can see and hear the dead people. The other is doctor Malcolm Crowe (Bruce Willis) who tries to help him.

    Director and scriptwriter came up with something more than mere thriller. He managed to film a picture turning to the spectator in a language for mystics, intuitional language of faith. Feast of acting skills, terrific script and a unique intelligent arrangement of the whole make me mark the movie 8 for 10.

  • Written by Tienlee on 30.12.2012

    Film is based on a novel by Stephen King, master of written horror.

    The movie depicts the story of Andy Dufresne (Tim Robbins starring). Dufresne is a young many possessing everything – a car, spectacular house, and beautiful, loving wife. In the very beginning of the film the idyll is ruined, since Andy is sentence to double life imprisonment for murdering his wife and her lover. He’s sent to Shawshank, a prison with heavy discipline standards where director Samuel Norton (Bob Gunton) is in charge along with sadistic prison warden.

    Director managed to reflect the conditions and rules governing the prison. In single word it’s a masterpiece. You’re also sentenced to Shawshank. It’s a compulsory must-see for every enthusiast of the cinema. Feast of acting skills, terrific script and a unique intelligent arrangement of the whole make me mark the movie 9 for 10.

  • Written by Tienlee on 30.12.2012

    "The Lord of the Rings: return of the King" is one of the most successful adaptations in cinematography. New Zealander Peter Jackson rendered most popular fantasy trilogy into the language of silver screen. Adaptation of story by J.R.R. Tolkien was quite risky but the outcome got an approval of critics and, more importantly, fussy fans of literate prototype.

    Peter Jackson revived one of my favorite books. He’s shown me the world infected with evil, but ready to secure its future, peace, harmony and sake of all living. The Lord of the Rings is a story of confrontation with Darkness, about devotion, suffering met on the road which was once taken, and which leads to the Light. It’s a reality which was filmed as a hint in order for us to improve ourselves. Summing up, regardless of pathos and fairytale frame, it turned out to be a great movie for me. Feast of acting skills, terrific script, thrilling soundtrack, and a unique intelligent arrangement of the whole make me mark the movie 10 for 10.

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