The Grand Budapest Hotel is the perfect boutique product: from the complete material, perfectly tailored and assembled in witty and comic style, excellent. Made with a good dose of black humor, with one foot in the parody. It is a wonderful movie for relaxation, for fun, for two-hour disconnection. But just that. Now I just remember it with a smile and say to myself: EXCELLENT FILM and than I do not think about it anymore.


 Gustave H (Ralph Fiennes) in Zero Moustafa (Tony Revolori )



The Theory of Everything is a film of an actor Eddie Redmayneja. He does not play the role of world-renowned doctor of astrophysicist Steven Hawking  , he lives it. At the beginning of the film he  is a young genius, physically healthy and cheerful student of physics.   He falls deeply in love with fellow, Cambridge student Jane Wilde. At 21 years of age he received a diagnose of muscular dystrophy. Doctor predicts him maximum two years of life. Taking note of the prognosis and the description of the physical signs of disease progression, he doesn´t have any other questions except: What will happen to my brain?”


In film The Theory of Everything Eddie REDMAYNE lives Stephen Hawking

And he shows a great relief , when he heard that his brain will not be affected. He married Jane (Felicity Jones).  The film is a story of their marriage and creation of their family with three children, story about his muscle wasting, new and new adaptations to life in different circustamces, about always new and permanent reduction in the ability, about distancing of the predicted time of his death. At the end of the film he is paralyzed, in a wheelchair, unable to move, but his brain are better than ever. Fortunately, with the help of a finger and the machine, he writes down his thoughts and with the help of an electronic voice communicates with his surroundings. In that moment he takes a decision that he wants to separate from his wife. He moved with his nurse he  to the United States.


Eddie REDMAYNE deserved an Oscar



Imitation game reveals the remarkable story of an antihero,  genius Alan Turing. Homosexual, with a lack of sense of sociability, uncommunicative, with such a lack of emotional intelligence that sometimes seems like he is slightly retarded, but with an exceptional gift of logical thinking and math skills. The constructor of the first computer to solve Enigma, the German military encryption machine. Different, so different that his cold intellect immediately suppress all intentions of its employees in order to prevent the next  military attack of Germans and thereby revealed their secret that code is broken, which could lead to a new, unknown mode of encryption again. He didn´t even think about his option to enjoy in the glory, to the end of the war   he recalculate on the statistic bases when to avoid attack, which false information disseminate to Germans and how to use all the decrypted German commands that will be preserved as much as possible of human lives. According to some calculations, because of him, it was saved 14 million lives and shortened the war for two years. And how did the humanity thank to him ? After the war, he had a homosexual relationship and because of the incident, he was forced to choosee between hormone treatment or imprisonment. He decided to first. Three years later he committed suicide.


The real Alan Turing

Alan Turing, the designer of the first computer in the film answers the question of whether machines think like the people:” Of course machines can’t think as people do. A machine is different from a person. Hence, they think differently. The interesting question is, just because something, uh… thinks differently from you, does that mean it’s not thinking? Well, we allow for humans to have such divergences from one another. You like strawberries, I hate ice-skating, you cry at sad films, I am allergic to pollen. What is the point of… different tastes, different… preferences, if not, to say that our brains work differently, that we think differently? And if we can say that about one another, then why can’t we say the same thing for brains… built of copper and wire, steel? “

Benedict Cumberbatch

 The film Alan Turing Benedict Cumberbatch

In the film Joan Clarke (Keira Knightley) exhorts Alan Turing (Benedict Cumberbatch), who despairing over his abnormality (also due to homosexuality) :” Do you know, this morning I was on a train that went through a city that wouldn’t exist if it wasn’t for you. I bought a ticket from a man who would likely be dead if it wasn’t for you. I read up, on my work, a whole field of scientific inquiry that only exists because of you. Now, if you wish you could have been normal… I can promise you I do not. The world is an infinitely better place precisely because you weren’t. “


Whiplash is crazy film which is dominated by Crazy J.K. Simmons in the role of extreme music professor who driven his students beyond their expectations as he expressed himself. Crazy! You sit without breathing and horrified stare at the screen because  J.K.Simmons tortures you to extremes. He defines the concept of mobbing and moral justify it. Spits on praise for solid work and words ” good job ” attaches blame for mediocrity. With his offensive words, rough actions and provocations,  defiance, stubbornness and persistence, drives the selected object to the explosion. Wants, craves, burned in desire to achieve that extra something. And the viewer with him. In doing so, forgets the real world, doesn´t sense the physical pain, the need for security. All three, challenged student, Mad Professor and tortured viewer with the same fervent goal: to achieve extraordinary, beautiful, best, heavenly, supernatural, extraordinary. And crazy J.K. Simmons certainly made it. And deserved an Oscar.


There are no two words in the English language more harmful than“good job”


 “Truth is, I don’t think people understood what it was I was doing at Shaffer. I wasn’t there to conduct. Any fucking moron can wave his arms and keep people in tempo. I was there to push people beyond what’s expected of them. I believe that it is an absolute necessity.”