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Mia Wasikowska

Crimson Peak (2015)

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When the words be aware of the crimson peak are whispered to the young Edith Cushing (Mia Wasikowska) in the beginning of the movie, the meaning of that message is lost until it will be too late. The effect of those words translates similarly to the audience, but when the secret behind crimson peak is revealed to both Edith and the audience, it’s almost like a jolt of disappointment because it happens way too carelessly for it to have a profound effect.…

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Stoker (2013)

Movie

Over a month has passed since I wrote my last movie review and it’s the first one this year so obviously this is a very special post. So for a special post I have chosen a special movie and when I say this, I mean that Stoker is very special because ever since I watched it I have had this weird feeling that it somehow crawled under my skin or something. And when somebody said to me that they didn’t like Stoker…

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#201 – Jane Eyre

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I saw this dark and interesting adaption of a famous novel quite some time now and even though I was pretty happy with it I kept forgetting to write the review. Since I myself haven’t read Brontë’s novel I thought the movie was rather excellent. Reading that casting Mia Wasikowska as the lead was a great choice – I started thinking about her role and even though her character was a bit restrained I also found her likable.  Rochester was portrayed by Michael Fassbender who…

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# 133 – The Kids Are All Right

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I was happily pleased when I watched The Kids Are All Right with Julianne Moore, Annette Bening and Mark Ruffalo. The story is definitely not something you find from fairytale books, a lesbian couple who has two kids, have to face new obstacles when the kids look up their father. This isn’t something that happens everyday and I found it to be very refreshing. IMDb gives this a 7,4 score but I think it deserves better but considering that it…

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