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Your blog is great and your reviews too.For me the film was entertaining and I liked the actress. The setting, photography, costumes. And yes, I agree the torture scenes were probably the best. Although in general, the film does not bring anything new to this genre and it reminds me of Nikita and point of not return..In addition, from being called a mockingbird to a sparrow, it amused me in a certain way. Although that is rather anecdotal.




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Korean War veteran Raymond Shaw is brainwashed by Soviet agents when his army unit is captured and taken to the People's Republic of China as POWs. The war ends and they are returned home, but Shaw is an assassin under the watch of local spies and conspiracy theorists, waiting to be activated. Unlike so many other films about the Cold War, this one reaches beyond the Soviet Union to include other players in what was a global phenomenon.


"This is a movie about people who fetishize CAR CRASHES. Yup, they are turned on by looking at injured, suffering, bleeding people trapped in smashed-up cars, lying on the street, etc. So, yeah...the movie involves these sick puppies searching for crashes and literally having sex with each other while watching/driving through or even causing car crashes, and then there's a scene with injured people in back braces, and I left the theater then because nope."


Official theatrical release schedule for all upcoming films in the year 2018. We tediously check and update this list to make sure the dates are 100% accurate. We also list both wide and limited release dates to the best of our abilities. If you find any discrepancies or missing films, let us know.


Luckly, Dominika realized Nate Nash was a recurrent user of the same public pool she attended, the Yrjonkadun Swimming Hall. She would watch him arriving at the pool from the Torni Hotel so she could meet him and swim together every week. She increased their intimacy gradually through the weeks, until Nate decided to invite her to have wine in a bar. The dates became more frequent, but Volontov and the superiors at the SVR weren't happy with her progress. During that period, Nate told her that he was busy at work and would be away for two weeks. She knew what that meant; he would be meeting his mole. Dominika tried to ignore her transgressive feelings, but she chose to omit this important information from her report. She liked Nate and didn't want to ruin his career. Besides, that was the only way she found to avenge for the misfortunes of her life, imposed by her superiors.


Jennifer Lawrence plays Dominika Egorova, a promising ballerina who suffers a debilitating leg injury, and now has to find another way to take care of her ailing mother. Unfortunately, she has an uncle named, in a rare moment of Red Sparrow levity, Vanya (Matthias Schoenaerts), who works for the Russian government and has a job that needs to be done. Vanya tells Dominika to seduce one of her high-profile fans but, when her mark gets her alone, he brutalizes Dominika and then gets violently murdered, in one of the many scenes in Red Sparrow that is legitimately hard to watch.


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