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Dune Part Two Paul Atreides Timothée Chalamet
Dune Part Two Lady Jessica Rebecca Ferguson
Bigger, wormier and way far out: Timothée Chalamet and Zendaya make an appealing pair in Denis Villeneuve’s follow-up film, and the actors fit together with tangible ease... The sequel resumes the story boldly, delivering visions both phantasmagoric and familiar. The art of cinematic spectacle is alive and rocking, and it’s a blast.
Manohla Dargis, The New York Times
Dune Part Two  Stilgar Javier Bardem
Dune Part Two Chani Zendaya
An expansion and a deepening of the world built off of Herbert’s prose, a YA romance blown up to Biblical-epic proportions, a Shakespearean tragedy about power and corruption, and a visually sumptuous second act that makes its impressive, immersive predecessor look like a mere proof-of-concept. Villeneuve has outdone himself.
David Fear, Rolling Stone
Dune Part Two Emperor Shaddam IV Christopher Walken
Dune Part Two Princess Irulan Florence Pugh
A colossal blockbuster that justifies its scale: Part Two is a triumphant - and tragic - look at the cost of power... Villeneuve’s film is a grand success, working on an even broader canvas than the first Dune - but it’s tinged with deep mournfulness, a quality that sets it apart from its blockbuster contemporaries.
David Sims, The Atlantic
Dune Part Two Feyd-Rautha Austin Butler
Dune Part Two Lady Margot Léa Seydoux
Denis Villeneuve's sequel is a dread-inducing, awe-inspiring sci-fi tragedy... a visually stunning sci-fi spectacle and a devastating collision of myth and destiny on a galactic scale.
Graeme Guttmann, Screen Rant
Dune Part Two Baron Vladimir Harkonnen Stellan Skarsgard
Dune Part Two Beast Rabban Dave Bautista
Dune 2 is every bit as great as the first movie promised it would be... the rare sequel that not only outdoes its predecessor, but improves it in retrospect… One of the best blockbusters of the century so far, and an instant sci-fi classic.
Austen Goslin, Polygon
Dune Part Two Film Kino
Villeneuve treats each shot as if it were a painting. Every design choice seems handed down through millennia of alternative human history, from arcane hieroglyphics to a slew of creative masks and veils meant to conceal the faces of those manipulating the levers of power, nearly all of them women.
Peter Debruge, Variety
Poor Things Emma Stone Academy Awards Nominations
Poor Things Emma Stone jetzt im Kino
Poor Things is the best film of Lanthimos’ career and already feels like an instant classic, mordantly funny, whimsical and wacky, unprecious and unpretentious, filled with so much to adore that to try and parse it all here feels like a pitiful response to the film’s ambitions.
Ryan Lattanzio, IndieWire
Poor Things Emma Stone Film 04

Emma Stone in Poor Things © 2023 Searchlight Pictures All Rights Reserved

It’s an alchemic combination, this continuing collaboration between Lanthimos and Stone, a working relationship that started with The Favourite... Two talents that could hardly be described as risk-averse in the first place, together they unleash in each other an extra level of uninhibited artistic daring that, one suspects, must be rooted in an uncommon degree of mutual trust.
Wendy Ide, The Guardian
Yorgos Lanthimos and Emma Stone on the set of Poor Things - Foto Atsushi Nishijima

Yorgos Lanthimos & Emma Stone on the set of Poor Things. Photo by Atsushi Nishijima © 2023 Searchlight Pictures All Rights Reserved

Demon Slayer Kimetsu No Yaiba Kino Intimes Berlin Schaufenster

Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba im Kino Intimes Schaufenster

Hayao Miyazaki Studio Ghibli Kino Intimes Berlin Schaufenster

How Do You Live? - Wie lebt ihr? aka Der Junge und der Reiher / Studio Ghibli & Hayao Miyazaki-Anime im Kino Intimes Schaufenster

die Kinoachse Lichtspiele in Friedrichshain