Tag Archives: Philadelphia

Julia Roberts and George Clooney in Ticket to Paradise

Lgolden age of Hollywood has produced a noble subgenre, experts have called it “Comedy of re-marriage”. Stanely Cavell, a philosopher who for years taught at Harvard and wrote about Shakespeare, Wittgenstein and Heidegger, dedicated a book to those masterpieces of the 30s and 40s, from Scandal in Philadelphia to Adam’s …

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The super couple Clooney-Roberts, the toile in crisis Marion Barbeau, the bears of Panahi, the designer Scamarcio, Rosi follows the Pope’s travels, Zac Efron in Vietnam, Sutherland speaks from the afterlife: films in cinemas, on Sky, Netflix, Prime and other platforms

Love each other, get lost, find each other. The love of David, architect-engineer, and Georgia, gallery owner, ended after five idyllic years of marriage and the birth of Lily, now of marriageable age. It was a sudden cut. Not even the two (ex) lovers are able to give an explanation …

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The Turin of Cairo and the mediocrity of ambitions

TURIN – The problem of the “modern” Torino branded Urbano Cairo – modern in quotation marks because it has been living, more or less badly, for seventeen years and therefore for a lifetime, footballing speaking – is not so much the fact that it has lost in Naples, against a …

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Session: Skate Sim, the review

In the review of Session: Skate Sim we explain why, despite the flaws, the title revolutionizes the genre it belongs to. Sometimes evolution takes really weird forms. In the 1960s, in California, someone thought of taking a board, adding four wheels to it, and jumping on it. The phenomenon becomes …

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