Posted by: Vasco | April 22, 2012

Viewings

Letters from a Dead Man
Konstantin Lopushansky, 1986

Lopushansky’s highly demanding, post-apocalyptic dystopian nightmare made me rethink my whole existence…
And that imagery!

Letters from a Dead Man is an outstanding visionary film. It transfers future to the present day. The letters are addressed to all contemporary humanity.” – Wim Wenders

Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows
Guy Ritchie, 2011

Not as bad as I thought it would be.
Ritchie splatters the screen with his habitual impressionistic bag of tricks, and to my surprise, this time I didn’t find them nauseating.
A forgettable, but harmless and occasionally fun blockbuster.

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