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Movies after which you want to immediately hug your mom

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If a person is lucky in life, then he had (and has) a mother.  Mom who is always worried and vigilant.   She is vigilant if you put on underpants and hats so that we don’t smoke, drink or get involved in bad company.  Moms are incredibly pestering and meticulous.  And they are only because they unconditionally and immensely love us. This is what Bemorepanda prepared for you :


I Don't Know How She Does It, 2011

The mother of two children, wife and fund manager Kate resembles a robot.  At the same time, she can talk with her child on the phone, buy stocks, cuddle with her husband, bake a cake (or pretend to bake a cake), worry about the fate of her best friend, organize a children's party, go without a taxi, running around the city in high heels. The only puncture - before the start of her “life marathon”, the heroine did not have time to think about the fact that there is no ideal system, and any existing one is not immune from failures.


Changeling, 2008

The plot is based on real events of 1928 and the next few years.  Single mother Christine Collins has lost her son, and she turns to the police for help.  After some time, the child is returned to her.  However, despite the resemblance, Christine categorically refuses to admit her child, and she is sent to a psychiatric clinic.  Thanks to one friend, she comes to the conclusion that her son and several other children could become a victim of a maniac, and decides to find out the truth at all costs.


The Blind Side, 2009

Young African American Michael Ohr wanders around foster families.  When a difficult fate once again pushes the boy out into the street, his friend’s mother comes to the rescue - a determined and independent conservative, interior designer Lee Ann Tui.  Ohr is invited to Thuy's house and gradually joins their family. This is followed by school success and joining the American football school team, where Michael soon shows himself to be an indispensable leader.  But then a doubt arises in his soul: did the callous conservative really shelter him out of kindness and without reckoning?


Raising Helen, 2004

Helen Harris confidently goes through life on 12-centimeter stilettos: from the office of the modeling agency, where she serves as an assistant director - to a fashion show, from a nightclub for VIPs - to bed with some promising fashion model.  But a car accident changes the established order in her life: the elder sister of the girl dies, bequeathing her three of her children - from 5 to 15 years.  And the careless woman begins a completely different everyday life.  From Helen, mommy is really fashionable, but is she good?


Mamma Mia!, 2008 & Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again, 2018

Young Sophie has a dilemma: preparations for the wedding are in full swing, almost all issues have already been resolved, but there is simply no one to lead the bride to the altar.  Secretly from her mother, a girl enters her bedroom and finds a diary that she kept in her youth.  It turns out that at that time Donna was in love with three men, each of whom could potentially be her father Sophie.  The bride immediately writes a letter to the trinity, and, to her surprise, all three immediately respond and come to the wedding.


Bad Moms, 2016 & Bad Mom's Christmas, 2017

Torn between work and home, Amy does not notice how her husband begins to cheat on her.  She is no longer able to be an “ideal” mom, she scores for unnecessary household chores, overwork, sends the traitor husband to hell and declares herself a “bad” mom.  To her surprise, it turns out that her “manifest” has followers!


Sophie's Choice, 1982

This movie s not only about a woman named Sophie, who lost all her loved ones during the fascist era.  This is a movie about a man who constantly makes choices, is forced to make choices.  Sophie chooses between her life and the life of her father, between silence and screaming, between her husband and lover.  She chooses between son and daughter.  She makes choices all her life.  The movie is that sometimes we make the wrong choice and are forced to reap its benefits.



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An ordinary US citizen watches TV for more than four hours a day, and now almost every family owns a smart TV in the house, which reiterates the idea that television is an important part of a home. And they have a choice!

 

In the cable program, Americans can choose from no more, no less than 1,800 TV channels !! In recent years, the number of TV viewers has even decreased, preferring more interactive entertainment sources, such as online streaming from Netflix, but even so, the percentage of those who watch TV is still high.

 

Everyone loves TV shows, we watch them every time a new episode appears and we wait for a new season. Reddit collected the most discussed and watched TV shows in 2020. Bemorepanda also collected some information about each of them.

 

Most Popular Television Shows By Community Activity 

 

  • Reality TV: Big Brother, 90 Day Fiance, The Bachelor, Survivor, Rupaul’s Drag Race
  • Comedy: The Office, Rick and Morty, Community, BoJack Horseman, The Simpsons
  • Drama: The Sopranos, Game of Thrones, Better Call Saul, Grey’s Anatomy, Breaking Bad
  • Anime: One Piece; My Hero Academia; Naruto; JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure; Boruto
  • Sci-fi: Star Trek; Westworld; Doctor Who; The 100; Dark

 

1.Big Brother

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"Big Brother" is a format of television reality contests created by Dutch producer John de Mol. The show in this format first appeared in 1999 on Dutch television, and later aired in most European countries, as well as in Argentina, Australia, South Africa and the United States. Participants in the show live in a purpose-built house, walled off from the outside world, while their actions are continuously monitored by television cameras and microphones. The name of the program comes from the 1984 novel by George Orwell.

 

2.90 Day Fiance

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90 Day Fiancé is an American reality television series on TLC that follows couples who have applied for or received a K-1 visa (available uniquely to foreign fiancés of U.S. citizens) and therefore have 90 days to marry each other. The purpose of the K-1 Visa is to allow time for the couple to make arrangements for and have a marriage ceremony, not to give the couple time to decide whether they will marry. Each couple has already signed documents stating that they have promised to marry, and given the signed documents to the US Immigration services.

 

3.The Bachelor

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The Bachelor is an American dating and relationship television series that debuted on March 25, 2002 on ABC. The show is hosted by Chris Harrison. In this show Bachelors try to find their love.

 

4.Survivor

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Survivor is a television program belonging to the reality show genre. The format became very popular and was picked up by several television stations around the globe. Survivor is a contest show, in which a group of people are isolated in various wild places and compete with each other for money and other prizes. The show uses a gradual elimination, in each episode the contestants voting for the exclusion of one of them, until in the end there is only one contestant who wins the title of "Sole Survivor" and the corresponding cash prize. The format for this show was created in 1992 by Charlie Parsons and was first used in Sweden in 1997 for the "Robinson Expedition" show.

 

5.Rupaul’s Drag Race

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In this Emmy Award-winning series hosted by RuPaul, America's most sickening queens compete in fashion and performance challenges in hopes of snatching the crown as the next drag superstar.

 

6.The Office

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"The Office" is an American TV series based on the popular BBC TV series of the same name, winner of numerous Golden Globe, Emmy and Peabody Awards, filmed in the style of pseudo-documentary, and tells about the funny and sometimes touching life of employees of one office. Filmed by a shaking camera, it is a parody of modern office life in a reality documentary show about the life of the employees of the Dunder Mifflin paper supply company in Scranton, Pennsylvania.

 

7.Rick and Morty

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Rick and Morty is an American comedy, sci-fi animated series created by Justin Royland and Dan Harmon and produced as part of Cartoon Network's Adult Swim block. The series premiered in December 2013; The second season was released in 2015. On October 1, 2017, the third season ended, and in May 2018, 70 more episodes were announced with an undefined number of seasons. In May 2019, the release date of the fourth season was announced - November 2019. The first five episodes were released in November-December, the rest after the break, May 3-31, 2020. Also in May, it was announced that the series would be renewed for a fifth season (no specific dates). In June 2020, it became known that the first episode of the new season will be released on November 8.

 

8.Community

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Community is an American comedy television series created by Dan Harmon about a group of students studying at Greendale Community College in Colorado. The show premiered on September 17, 2009 on NBC. The series follows a student community made up of school losers, newly divorced housewives, and seniors struggling to stay sober. The TV series has a lot of pop culture references, often parodying film and television, and playing around with cliches and tropes.

 

9.BoJack Horseman

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BoJack Horseman is an American adult animated tragicomedy sitcom created by Raphael ... On September 20, 2019, Netflix renewed the show for its sixth and final season, and the series ended on January 31, 2020, with a total of 77 episodes.

 

10.The Simpsons

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The Simpsons is an American situational comedy animated series created by cartoonist and cartoonist Matt Groening for the Fox Broadcasting Company. The Simpsons, the longest animated series in American television history, has been in continuous production since 1989; in September 2020, the broadcast of the 32nd season of the series began.

 

The animated series satirically depicts the life of the Simpson family and other residents of the fictional town of Springfield, ridiculing many clichés and stereotypes, in particular - the lifestyle of the "average American", the peculiarities of world cultures in general, celebrities and even television and the Fox television channel. The series does not hesitate to touch upon such slippery issues as politics and religion: in particular, the topics of same-sex marriage, the struggle between Darwinists and creationists, the war in Iraq, juvenile justice, political correctness, feminism, the right of citizens to arms, and the legalization of drugs were raised.

 

11.The Sopranos

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The Sopranos is an American crime drama television series created by David C.

The plot as a whole is based on how Tony Soprano (James Gandolfini), a mafia boss from northern New Jersey, meets and overcomes various difficulties in life: he tries to maintain a balance between the demands of a criminal organization and personal life in and out of the family. Plus, the Sopranos have a panic attack, which is the reason for him to visit a psychiatrist (Lorraine Bracco).

 

12.Game of Thrones

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Game of Thrones is an American fantasy television series based on the A Song of Ice and Fire novels by George R.R. Martin. Directed by David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, for HBO. Filming was carried out in several countries, including the UK (Northern Ireland), Malta, Croatia, Iceland and Morocco. Season 1 premiered in the United States on April 17, 2011, with the final episode of the final season aired on May 19, 2019.

 

Game of Thrones is set in a fictional world reminiscent of medieval Europe. In the series, many characters act simultaneously and several storylines develop. There are three main story arcs: the first is devoted to the struggle of several influential houses for the Iron Throne of the Seven Kingdoms or for independence from it; the second - a descendant of the deposed dynasty of rulers, an exiled princess planning to return the throne; the third - to the ancient brotherhood protecting the state from threats from the north.

 

13.Better Call Saul

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Better Call Saul is an American crime drama television series that premiered on AMC on February 8, 2015. The series, created by Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould, is a spin-off and prequel to Gilligan's other series, Breaking Bad.

 

14.Grey’s Anatomy

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Grey's Anatomy is an American television series directed by Shonda Rhimes. The series premiered on March 27, 2005 on ABC. In the center of the plot is the life of interns, doctors and other personnel of the Seattle Grace Hospital, where the main action unfolds.

 

15. Breaking Bad

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Breaking Bad is an American television crime drama that premiered from January 20, 2008 to September 29, 2013 on the AMC cable channel.

 

16.One Piece

Netflix is making a One Piece live-action series - CNET

One Piece is a Japanese anime television series based on the manga of the same name by Eiichiro Oda. The story follows the adventures of Monkey D. Luffy, a boy whose body acquired the properties of rubber after accidentally eating the Devil Fruit.

 

17. My Hero Academia

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My Hero Academia is an anime series by Studio Bones based on the manga of the same name by renowned mangaka, Kohei Horikoshi.

 

18. Naruto

Naruto (TV Series 2002–2007) - IMDb

"Naruto" (Japanese NARUTO - ナ ル ト -) is a shonen manga by Masashi Kishimoto, which tells about the life of a noisy and restless teenage ninja Naruto Uzumaki, who dreams of achieving universal recognition and becoming the Hokage - the head of his village and the strongest ninja.

 

The manga was published from September 21, 1999 to November 10, 2014 by Shueisha in Weekly Shonen Jump magazine. Combined into 72 tankobons.

 

Based on the manga, two anime series were created from Aniplex and Studio Pierrot.

 

The first anime series, Naruto, aired in Japan on TV Tokyo from October 3, 2002 to February 8, 2007, and ended with Episode 220.

The second anime series, Naruto: Hurricane Chronicles (NARUTO - ナ ル ト - 疾風 伝 Naruto Shippu: den), aired from February 15, 2007 to March 23, 2017 and ended with episode 500.

 

19.JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure — Википедия

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure is a manga series written and illustrated by Hirohiko Araki. From 1987 to 2004, the episode was published in Weekly Shonen Jump magazine, then the issue of chapters was moved to the monthly Seinen magazine Ultra Jump.

 

20.Boruto

Boruto: Naruto Next Generations — Википедия

Naruto Next Generations is a teenage manga sequel to Naruto, written by Ukyo Kodachi and Masashi Kishimoto and illustrated by Mikio Ikemoto. The main character here is the son of Hinata Hyuga and Naruto Uzumaki, Boruto.

 

21. Star Trek

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Star Trek is an American sci-fi media franchise that includes several television series, feature films. The project made a significant contribution to popular culture and spawned an original subculture. Gene Roddenberry is the author and founder of the Star Trek Universe, which began with the release of Star Trek: The Original Series on September 8, 1966.

 

22.Westworld

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WestWorld is an American sci-fi western TV series for HBO, created by spouses Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy. Based on the film of the same name, directed by Michael Crichton in 1973, according to his own script.

 

23.Doctor Who

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Doctor Who is a British science fiction television series by the BBC about an alien time traveler known as the Doctor. Together with his companions, he travels through time and space both to save entire civilizations or individual people, and for his own pleasure.

 

24.The 100

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The 100 is a series commissioned by the American television channel CW, which was filmed in Vancouver. The series was developed by Jason Rotenberg and is based on the eponymous series of novels by the American writer Cass Morgan. The show premiered on Wednesday, March 19, 2014.

 

25.Dark

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Dark is a German drama and sci-fi web series produced by Baran bo Odar and Yantje Frize. It consists of three seasons from 2017 to 2020. The series is set in the fictional town of Winden (Germany). The events, which began with the disappearance of two children, reveal the secrets and hidden ties of the four Winden families, who gradually learn an ominous secret about time travel that affects several generations. Throughout the series, the existential meaning of time and its impact on human nature are explored.


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The outgoing year was not particularly pleasing with releases, but there were online premieres and projects that came out according to plan. The best films of 2020 that are definitely worth watching, and not just films of this year. In 2020, everyone had a lot of time to watch movies. Quarantine made us just sit in front of laptops or TVs.

 

Google has identified the most notable movie searches this year. Bemorepanda has collected all these movies for you, maybe it will suit you for a cozy evening. Of course here are different type of movies, and you have to choose the perfect one.

 

1.Parasite

The poor Gi-taek family is a bunch of idlers and losers: Ki-wu's clever son cannot save money for study, Ki-jon's daughter dropped out of school for the same reason, the father himself and his wife Chong-suk are interrupted by odd jobs and dream of a better life (at least about moving out of a basement apartment, from where you can see only the feet of passers-by and drunks trying to urinate against the wall). Of all of them, Ki-wu is lucky in the end - his student friend leaves for another country and invites his friend to take on his ward from a wealthy family, to whom he taught English at home.

 

Ki-wu, of course, grabs the opportunity, invents a more impressive past for himself and rubbing himself into the confidence of the rich - soon he will advise them to hire a drawing teacher for their youngest son (his sister, of course, will be the teacher), and together they will begin to carry out an aggressive plan to move the whole family to new employers.

 

2) 1917

The film follows the events of the First World War from the perspective of two young soldiers, Scofield and Blake, followed by a camera everywhere. They are sent on an impossible mission - young men must sneak into enemy territory and deliver a message designed to stop a deadly attack that could kill hundreds of soldiers.

 

April 1917, height of World War I, Western Front in northern France. A British general entrusted Corporal Blake and his co-worker with a deadly mission. They must cross enemy territory, seemingly abandoned by German troops, and deliver the order to cancel the offensive to the 2nd Battalion of the Devonshire Regiment, otherwise 1,600 soldiers will fall into the enemy's trap, including Blake's brother. 

 

3) Black Panther

At first glance, one might think that Wakanda is the usual territory of wild Africa, but this is not so. Here, in the depths of the desert lands, there are deposits of a unique metal that can absorb vibration. Many tried to get to him, destroying everything in their path and bringing death to the natives, but each time the mysterious spirit of the savannah - the Black Panther - rose to protect the oppressed.

 

Many years later, trouble again comes to Wakanda, and this time the enemy enlisted the support of modern technology. When there is almost no chance left, T'Challa, the young prince of Wakanda, learns that it is he who has to revive the legend and continue the eternal struggle, wearing the mask of the Black Panther.

 

4) Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey

 

Have you heard the story of a cop, a songbird, a psychopath and a mafia princess? Birds of Prey: The Terrific Story of Harley Quinn is a convoluted story told by Harley herself in a way that only she can. When Gotham's most vicious and narcissistic villain, Roman Sionis, along with his zealous assistant Zas, begin to hunt down the young girl Cass, the entire city turns upside down to find her. The paths of Harley, Huntress, Black Canary and Rene Montoya intersect, and now this unusual four have no choice but to unite and fight back against Roman.

 

5) Little Women

 

The story of the growing up of the March sisters living in Concord, Massachusetts during the Civil War: about their first love, hopes and disappointments, about the formation of their position in life and the beginning of an independent life.

 

 In the lives of Joe, Mag, Emmy and Bat, circumstances occur that prompt girls to rash actions.

One of the sisters is experiencing a lot of emotional experiences associated with the consequences of the first true love. The second is bitterly disappointed. The third is experiencing painful separation from loved ones and cannot find a place for herself. The 4th sister is trying to find her calling in life. The search for a life purpose gives a girl a great boost of strength and energy.

 

6) Just Mercy

 

The movie tells the real story of the gifted black lawyer Brian Stevenson. 

 

He dedicated himself to fighting for equal rights and opportunities in court for the most vulnerable segments of the population - including the poor, who cannot afford a qualified lawyer who is interested in a successful outcome of the case.

 

7) Bad Boys 3

 

A lot and a little time has passed - just over a year since then, when Marcus Burnett and Mike Lowry were forced to leave. The reason is banal - the first of them is tired of constant chases and shootings with criminals. Not surprising, because he is already at an age in which he wants a more relaxed lifestyle. In addition, he has every right to retire, which he deserves. But a partner who is much younger does not want to understand him. Because of this, they even quarreled and parted ways - each in his own way. It's a shame, because they worked together for so long, they were considered inseparable, and their work went well like no one else.

 

After leaving the service, Marcus founded his own detective agency, in which he is engaged in detective work. Mike stayed at the police station, he was assigned a new partner. Not only that relations with him did not work out, they also have to train new recruits. In his personal life, changes are also planned. Now he is no longer a gigolo, it's time to think about getting married. But there is no time to do all this, an Albanian mercenary appears on the horizon, whom they once badly annoyed by killing his criminal brother. Now he desperately wants revenge. Looks like it's time to call Bennett for help.

 

8) Sonic the Hedgehog

 

A screen adaptation of the iconic video game that changed the face of the entertainment industry decades ago. Sonic is a crazy blue hedgehog who lived in his own fantasy world. There he made friends with other beasts with superpowers. Sonic's habitual way of life changes when he is sucked into the world of people, which the hedgehog has never encountered before. Other laws reign here, which will not be easy for an eccentric hero to get used to. Fortunately for himself, the hedgehog meets a person who can help him find a new home and make friends. It turns out to be a young Tom Wachowski, who became Sonic's indispensable assistant in his incredible adventures.

 

We present to your attention the film "Sonic in the Cinema" for online viewing without Chinese subtitles, titles and without hieroglyphs, as well as with good sound and normal translation into Russian.

 

However, troubles are not long in coming. Soon, fate brings Tom and Sonic to the powerful Robotnik, who dreams of seizing power on the planet. To do this, he is going to enslave Sonic and take the incredible power of the hedgehog into his own hands. And if this happens, all of humanity will face chaos and destruction. Robotnik has never before been so close to achieving this goal. Only Tom and his friends can help the animal to defeat the dictator and his minions. Who will emerge victorious from the confrontation?

 

9) Contagion

As a result of water pollution, local men in one small town turn into bloodthirsty monsters that hate women. Sticking their genitals out of their pants and spraying semen right and left, they chase and kill poor frightened women in various sophisticated ways. Misandra, the fearless "Huntress for bloodthirsty men," and her random friend Phil, a dumb nerd, are trying to understand the ongoing chaos and stop it.

 

10) Fantasy Island

 

Mr. Roarke is the owner of a hotel on an island in the middle of the ocean where anything is possible. A truly heavenly place with landscapes of nature, where no man has stepped foot, and the guest can fulfill any, even a seemingly unrealizable dream. Revenge on a girl who hurt you in school or going back in time to correct your own mistakes can become what you could never be? The island will do everything and more.

 

However, there are two rules here: for one guest - one fantasy, which the hotel guest must watch to the end, by all means. However, later they will have to reveal a terrible secret: the island changes the essence of fantasy, makes it more dangerous and terrible. Money and power cease to be weighty, because now a survival game begins, where the heroes need to unravel the secret of this island.

 

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When watching any movie, a person involuntarily experiences any emotions. A man laughs from a film made in a comedy genre, from a drama he cries and worries, psychological thrillers make people think and be afraid of what is happening. But there are films in which the genre fades into the background, and the first place is taken by the feeling of spirituality, which gives the cinema to its viewer. After watching these films, you get inspired and feel like you can move mountains or just do something good. For those who have not seen these wonderful films, we strongly recommend correcting this omission, and those who have had the pleasure to contemplate them will certainly want to watch these films again themselves!

 

Knockin 'on Heaven

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The story of two terminally ill comrades who go all out, if you read only the description of the film, may seem not at all life-affirming. But everything was filmed, played and presented so well that after watching you start to appreciate every moment of your life. And I also want to go to the sea.

 

And in my soul I dance

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The heroes of this film are people in wheelchairs. But they have more optimism than many healthy people. Chained by cerebral palsy, the guys do not lose heart and try to live in this world fully: to rejoice, do stupid things, protect the weak, dance and joke.

 

Forrest Gump

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This film directed by Robert Zemeckis is a worldwide phenomenon of 1994, which even now, 20 years later, I want to watch again and again. Even when you know by heart what the heroes will say, with each viewing you discover something new for yourself. Apparently, this is real cinema - simple, clear and brilliant.

 

Untouchable (1 + 1)

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The directors and actors of this film managed to create a life-affirming, witty, funny and charming picture. And they didn't go too far with proportions - the mixture of drama and comedy in the story of two friends, unlike white and black, turned out to be almost perfect.

 

The Incredible Life of Walter Mitty

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This picture about the adventures of an office loser seems to be shouting from the screen “Don't be like everyone else!”, “Don't be afraid!”, “Change the world!”. Teenage enthusiasm was clearly demonstrated to us by the 48-year-old Hollywood comedian with experience Ben Stiller, who, in theory, should have been tired of all this for a long time. But the wrong one was attacked. 

 

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

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The director-wizard Michel Gondry in his film very clearly and in a manner characteristic only to him showed that in life you cannot just press the delete button like on a keyboard. In this he was helped by an amazing cast, and especially Jim Carrey.

 

Little Miss Joy

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Perhaps the best film about the fact that the result is not important, but the process itself is important. Because if you, as the heroine of the film, suddenly conceived of becoming "Little Miss Happiness", and the whole motley family, consisting of a failed father, an impulsive mother, a gay uncle, a brother who made a vow of silence, and a drug addict grandfather, is going to help you , then it remains only to enjoy the process.

 

Pay another

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The boy Trevor came up with his own theory of changing the world, the essence of which is simple to the point of disgrace: I will help you, and you will help three others. It is not hard to guess that the theory will crash with a crash on the rocks of the world's cruelty, and we will almost lose faith in humanity ... But if the stars are lit, then someone needs it.

 

Breakfast at Tiffany's

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The quintessence of the charm and female magnetism of Audrey Hepburn is the main advantage of this picture, shot back in 61, but still looks breathless. Dialogues, beautiful views of New York, a small apartment, an unnamed lazy cat and, of course, "Moon River" create a mood when you want to live and love.

 

Into the wild

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Landscapes of incredible beauty, unbridled freedom and absolute detachment. A film that makes it possible, at least for a while, to get away from empty problems and unnecessary rules of society, to feel at one with nature and simply to discard everything. All this thanks to the cool directorial work of Sean Penn and the amazing acting.

  

August Rush

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In order for her to really like and sink into the soul, you need to turn off the internal critic, close your eyes to some unrealistic plot and learn to hear. Because the main role in this film is played by music.

 

Always say "yes"

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The average manager, played by actor Jim Carrey, is deeply depressed. And in order to somehow cope with it, he decides to always say "yes" and agree to any proposals. So, in an instant, his life turns into a crazy adventure, in which it would be useful for each of us to be.

 

Life is Beautiful

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A very bright and kind movie about a family from Italy, where a father and a son of Jewish nationality were sent to a concentration camp during World War II. In the camp, the father told his son that everything that was happening around was a very big game for a prize in a real tank, which would go to the boy who could not be seen by the guards. Despite the hardships of life, the family was close-knit and never lost faith in the best.

 

The king speaks!

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The film, which won four Oscars, does more than teach public speaking - the voice is only an outward manifestation of a person. The story of King George VI is about believing in yourself and that everyone deserves to be heard.

 

Big fish

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Director Tim Burton made a fairy tale film, a fantasy film, but not for us to watch, be touched and forgotten. The story of the inventor Edward Bloom is a hint that everyone sees their reality differently. Someone, looking at the night sky, will see just the sky, and someone will see the bottomless immense world of stars and universes. And, most likely, this second one is a large fish.

 

Terminal

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Director Steven Spielberg and actor Tom Hanks managed to create a film that is not easy to find a genre for. Somewhere a comedy, somewhere a melodrama, somewhere a parable. A film about the ability to follow your dreams. A film about the worthlessness of bureaucratic machines. And a film about friendship, which has a place even in the airport terminal flooded with people in a hurry.

 

The Pursuit of Happyness

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A film based on a true story, where Will Smith and his son took part in the filming. They show a seemingly hopeless situation, where the love of a father for his son changes the whole life and the desire for happiness does not allow the heroes to break down.

 

Until I played in the box

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A gorgeous movie with an excellent cast - Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman simply "sang" together and thereby only enhanced the viewing experience. There is not a single empty dialogue or frame in this film, all the minutes are filled competently and with feeling. And the conversations of the heroes about the eternal in old age do not bother, but rather push them to the idea that they need to live not tomorrow or in a week, but now.

 

Billy Elliot

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Are social stereotypes pushing you into frames? The story of this young boy will tell you that you should not be so afraid of them, but rather do what you want.

 

Slumdog Millionaire

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The story of 18-year-old Jamil, an orphan from Mumbai, who gets a chance to participate in the game "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?" Being one step away from winning, Jamil unexpectedly ends up in the police station and then tells the difficult story of his life.

  

The Shawshank Redemption

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A drama based on the book by Stephen King, which took 1st place in the list of 250 best films according to IMDb and the Kinopoisk website. And not casual. A motivating film that proves that a person is capable of much only when and in difficult situations he remains a person.

 

127 hours

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A drama based on real events about unprecedented human resilience and courage. Are you in a desperate situation? Seems like there's no way out? He is always there. Even if you are crushed by a huge boulder in the desert.

 

Gran Torino

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And this film was shot by Clint Eastwood and he himself played the main role of a grumpy old man, who in fact is still as kind and loyal as he was before his wife's death.

 

Silver Linings Playbook

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This film is called in the original, and, perhaps, this best describes the impression of watching it. But a very interesting, memorable, touching story about people who are going through difficult periods of their lives does not even give hope, but confidence - everything can be changed.

 

Seven lives

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An undeniably life-affirming picture of the engineer Ben, who embarks on an extraordinary journey to atone for the fatal act of his life. On his way, he meets seven strangers with different destinies and one amazing girl. His merciful actions are capable of changing a lot.

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Most Anticipated Movies is the top movie category, with millions of fans around the world waiting to see its screen. In such films, as a rule, the most popular stars of the world cinema are involved and the budgets here reach astronomical figures. The most interesting trailers are released for such films, which practically instantly gain millions of views. Bemorepanda closely monitors the most anticipated films and promptly shares any new information on each film with its visitors.


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1.Tenet 

Tenet (2020) - IMDbThe main character is a secret agent who passes a cruel test of reliability and joins an incredible mission. The fate of the world depends on its implementation, and for success it is necessary to discard all previous ideas about space and time.


2.Dune

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Humanity has settled in distant planets, and various powerful families are constantly fighting for power over the inhabited space. At the center of the confrontation is the desert planet Arrakis. Giant sandworms live there, and fremen wanderers lurk in caves, but its main value is spice, the most important substance in the Universe. The one who controls Arrakis controls the spice, and the one who controls the spice controls the universe.


3.Mulan 

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The story of a fearless young girl who pretends to be a man in order to join the army against the Northern invaders who are advancing on China. The eldest daughter of the brave warrior Hua, Mulan is an energetic and determined girl. When the Emperor issues a decree that one man from each family should join the ranks of the Imperial army, Mulan takes the place of her sick father, not yet knowing that she will become famous as one of the greatest warriors in Chinese history.


4.Borat Subsequent Moviefilm

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Transferring a Huge Bribe to the American Regime to Benefit the Once Glorious People of Kazakhstan ", short for Borat 2, is a comedy feature film directed by English comedian Sasha Baron Cohen, which was released on Amazon Prime Video on October 23, 2020.


5.Sonic the Hedgehog 

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Sonic, a loose bright blue hedgehog, along with his newfound - human - best friend Tom Wachowski, he gets acquainted with the complexities of life on Earth and confronts the villainous Doctor Robotnik, who wants to capture Sonic and use his boundless super powers to conquer world domination.


6.Wonder Woman 1984

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An influential and successful businessman, the Lord dreams of becoming a god among mortals. For this, he spares no expense and collects a variety of magical artifacts from all over the world, trying to find one that can give him boundless strength and power. In his search, he is assisted by a specialist in ancient history, Dr. Barbara Ann Minerva.


7.Hamilton 

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Hamilton is a 2020 American historical feature music film featuring a live recording of the 2015 Broadway musical of the same name, inspired by the 2004 biography of Ron Chernow, Alexander Hamilton.


8.Birds of Prey 

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A group of superheroines confront the head of the Gotham underworld, businessman Roman Zionis.


9.Black Widow

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After the events at the airport "Leipzig-Halle" Natasha was overtaken by the mistakes of the past. The "Red Room" - a program for creating the same as it, Widows - professional killers and spies made itself felt again. Natasha decides to once and for all deal with the people, through whose efforts she herself became a Widow.


10.Invisible Man 

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At first glance, Cecilia's life seems impeccable: a huge house, her boyfriend is a genius millionaire scientist. But no one knows what is really going on behind the high walls of a luxurious mansion ... And even a perfectly planned escape turns out to be a trap. It is impossible to hide from a pursuer you cannot see.

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January 26 is the day of the commemoration of all the victims of the Holocaust, on this occasion Bemorepanda has prepared some hot and worth watching movies about the harsh reality.


Although Europe is thriving, its politicians and writers are worried about death. The mass murder of European civilians between 1930 and 1940 is the point of reference for today's confusing discussions about memory and the cornerstone of European shared ethics. The bureaucracies of Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union turned individual lives into mass deaths, human beings to the point of dying. The Soviets hid their mass shootings in dark forests and falsified the archives of the regions where they starved people to death; the Germans had slave laborers who would bury and burn the bodies of the Jews, victims of huge fires. Auschwitz, generally regarded as the proper or even the most important symbol of the evil caused by mass murder, is, in fact, only the beginning of knowledge, a starting point for a true reckoning with the past, which is only now being shown.


The main reasons why we know something about Auschwitz distort our understanding of the Holocaust: we know about Auschwitz because there were survivors there, and there were survivors because Auschwitz was a concentration camp and a death factory at the same time. These were mostly Western European Jews, because they were usually sent to Auschwitz. After World War II, Jewish Jewish survivors in Western Europe were free to write and publish as they wished, while Eastern European Jews, prisoners behind the Iron Curtain, could not. In the West, memories of the Holocaust could (albeit very slowly) enter historical writing and the public consciousness.


This form of survivor history, for which the works of Primo Levi are the best example, inadequately captures the reality of mass murder. Anne Frank's diary talks about assimilated European Jewish communities, such as the German and Danish communities, whose tragedy, though horrific, was only a small part of the Holocaust. In 1943 and 1944, when most of the crimes took place among Western European Jews, the Holocaust was largely complete. Two-thirds of the Jews killed during the war were already dead by the end of 1942. The main victims, Polish Jews and Soviet Jews, were killed by bullets fired from death nests or by carbon monoxide from internal combustion engines, pumped. in the gas chambers of Treblinka, Belzec and Sobibor in occupied Poland.


1.Leningrad (2009)

The action of the film takes place in November 1941. The city is under a continuous siege, the bombings do not stop, but the most disturbing for the 2,887,000 is the fact that the city was surrounded, completely canceling the connection with the rest of the world.


2.Anne Frank

Died of typhus at the age of 15, just two weeks before the release of the camp, Anne Frank, who could have become a great writer, became the best-known Holocaust victim and the voice of an entire generation.


3.Colditz

In World War II, Officer Jack Rose is taken prisoner in the famous Colditz Castle in Germany. Here, he gathers around him the greatest team of escape specialists, only to find that in the end the greatest betrayal awaits him outside prison.


Auschwitz, as a symbol of the Holocaust, excludes those who were at the center of the historic event. The largest group of Holocaust victims - Orthodox Jews and Yiddish speakers in Poland or, in German vocabulary, Ostjuden - was culturally alienated from Western Europeans, including Jews from Western Europe. To some degree, they continue to be marginalized in the memory of the Holocaust. The Auschwitz-Birkenau death factory was built on the territories now part of Poland, although at the time they were part of the German Reich. Auschwitz is thus associated with modern-day Poland by anyone who visits it, although relatively few Polish Jews and almost no Soviet Jews died there. The two large groups of victims are almost missing from the memorial symbol.


An appropriate view of the Holocaust should place Operation Reinhardt - the killing of Polish Jews in 1942 - at the heart of its history. Polish Jews were the largest Jewish community in the world, and Warsaw was the largest Jewish city. This community was exterminated at Treblinka, Belzec and Sobibor. About 1.5 million Jews were killed in these three places, 780,863 in Treblinka alone. Only a few dozen people survived these death factories. Belzec, although in third place in Holocaust crimes, after Auschwitz and Treblinka, is little known. 434,508 Jews perished in that death factory, and only two or three survived. Another million Polish Jews were killed in other ways, some in Chelmno, Majdanek or Auschwitz, many others shot dead in the eastern half of the country.


All in all, even though the number of Jews killed by bullets was not as high as those killed by gassing, they died of bullets in places forgotten in a hazy memory. The second very important part of the Holocaust is mass shooting in Eastern Poland and the Soviet Union. It began with the shooting of Jewish men by the SS Einsatzgruppen in June 1941, followed by the killing of Jewish women and children in July and the extermination of the entire Jewish community in August and September. At the end of 1941, the Germans (along with local auxiliary troops and Romanian troops) killed one million Jews in the Soviet Union and the Baltic States. It is the equivalent of the total number of Jews killed at Auschwitz during the entire war. By the end of 1942, the Germans (again, with consistent local support) had shot another 700,000 Jews, and the populations of Soviet Jews under their control had ceased to exist.


4.Stalingrad

The plot of the Russian feature film is based on "a dramatic love story, set against the backdrop of a great battle." The action took place in 1942, when German troops occupied the banks of the Volga River.


5.The Devil's Arithmetic

Sixteen-year-old Hannah Stern (Kirsten Dunst, "Spiderman") accompanies her parents to visit Aunt Eva for the Jewish holiday celebration of Passover, but Hannah is uninterested in her uncle's stories of the Holocaust. Reluctantly taking part in the tradition of Seder, she opens the door to prepare for the arrival of the prophet Elijah and is mysteriously transported to Poland in the year 1941.


There were Soviet Jewish witnesses and chroniclers, such as Vasili Grossman. But he, like others, was forbidden to present the Holocaust as a Jewish event. Grossman discovered Treblinka as a journalist with the Red Army in September 1944. Perhaps because he knew what the Germans had done to the Jews in his native Ukraine, he was able to guess what had happened there and wrote a book about it. He called Treblinka a "hell" and placed it at the center of the war and the century. But for Stalin, the mass murder of the Jews was to be seen as the suffering of the "citizens." Grossman helped draw up a Black Paper on German crimes against Soviet Jews, which the Soviet authorities later banned. Stalin erroneously argued that if a particular group suffered especially under German occupation, it was the Russians. Thus, Stalinism obstructed our correct view of Hitler's mass murders.


In short, the Holocaust meant, in order: Operation Reinhardt, the Shoah with Bullets, Auschwitz; or Poland, the Soviet Union, the rest. Of the approximately 5.7 million Jews killed, three million were pre-war Polish citizens and another million were Soviet citizens: taken together, 70% of the total. (After the Soviet and Polish Jews, the next large group of Jews killed were from Romania, Hungary, and Czechoslovakia. If we take them into account, the Eastern European character of the Holocaust becomes even clearer.)


Even this corrected picture of the Holocaust leads to an incomplete sense of the extent of the mass murder policies of Germans in Europe. The "final solution," as the Nazis called it, was at first only one of the extermination projects to be implemented after a victorious war against the Soviet Union. If things went as expected by Hitler, Himmler and Göring, German forces would have implemented a "Hunger Plan" in the Soviet Union in the winter of 1941-1942. While agricultural products from Ukraine and southern Russia were sent to Germany, nearly 30 million people in Belarus, northern Russia and Soviet cities were starved to death. The "famine plan" would have been just a prelude to the "Generalplan Ost", the settlement plan for the western Soviet Union, which aimed to eliminate 50 million people.


6.The Pianist

The Pianist is the true story of a brilliant Polish pianist who, due to his Jewish origins, is forced to lead a fugitive life during the Nazi occupation of Poland in order to escape deportation.


7.Uprising

Using the photo archive of the Warsaw Ghetto, this "interview" by Jon Avnet talks about the memoirs of Marek Edelman and the role he played in the 1943 imprisonment there against the Nazis.


The Germans have succeeded in pursuing certain policies that bear some resemblance to these plans. They expelled half a million non-Jewish Poles from the territories annexed to the Reich. An impatient Himmler ordered the implementation of a first stage of the "Generalplan Ost" in eastern Poland: ten thousand children were killed and one hundred thousand adults were expelled. The Wehrmacht intentionally starved nearly a million people during the siege of Leningrad and another hundred thousand in Ukrainian cities. Nearly three million captured Soviet soldiers starved to death in German camps with prisoners of war. These people were intentionally killed: during the siege of Leningrad, there was a plan and intent to starve people to death. If the Holocaust had not taken place, they would have been called the most horrific war crimes in modern history.


In the actions against the partisans, the Germans probably killed 750,000 people, of which 350,000 in Belarus alone, and a smaller but comparable number in Poland and Yugoslavia. The Germans killed more than a hundred thousand Poles during the suppression of the Warsaw Uprising of 1944. If the Holocaust had not existed, these "reprisals" would have been considered one of the greatest war crimes in history. German occupation policies have killed non-Jewish civilians in other ways, for example, by hard labor in prison camps. Again, most of them came from Poland and the Soviet Union.


The Germans killed just over ten million civilians in the largest mass killings, nearly half of them Jews and half non-Jews. Both Jews and non-Jews came mostly from the same part of Europe. The plan to kill all the Jews was, in essence, realized; the plan to destroy the Slavic populations was only partially implemented. Auschwitz is just an introduction to the Holocaust, and the Holocaust is just a suggestion of Hitler's final plans. Grossman's books - Rhei's Slope and Life and Destiny - rename terror, Nazi and Soviet alike, and remind us that even a full characterization of German mass murder policies is incomplete as a history of European atrocity in the middle of the last century.


8.Der letzte zug

The Last Train is a 2006 German film directed by Joseph Wilsmeier and Dana Vavrova and starring Gedeon Burkhard, Lale Java and Lena.


9.Saving Private Ryan

Captain Miller must lead his men behind enemy lines to find Private Ryan. In the face of overwhelming enemy forces, the soldiers question the orders. Why do eight soldiers risk their lives to save one?


10.Escape from Sobibor

During World War II, those concentrated in extermination camps could only hope for survival by trying to escape. In the case of Sobibor, this was only possible if all 600 prisoners escaped.


It omits the state that Hitler was deeply intent on destroying, that is, the other state that massively killed Europeans in the middle of the century: the Soviet Union. During the entire Stalinist period, between 1928 and 1953, Soviet policies cautiously killed over five million Europeans. Thus, when one analyzes the total number of European civilians killed by totalitarian powers in the middle of the twentieth century, one must consider three groups of relatively equal size: Jews killed by Germans, non-Jews killed by Germans, and Soviet citizens killed. by the Soviet state. As a general rule, the German regime killed civilians who were not German citizens, while the Soviet regime killed civilians who were Soviet citizens.


Soviet repression is identified with the Gulag, just as Nazi repression is identified with Auschwitz. The gulag, despite all the horrors of forced labor, was not a mass murder system. If we accept that the mass murder of civilians is at the heart of political, ethical and legal concerns, the same historical feature applies to the Gulag and Auschwitz. I found out about the Gulag because it was a bearing system, not a set of death factories. The gulag detained 30 million people and shattered about three million lives. But a large majority of these people, who were sent to the camps, returned alive from there. Precisely because we have a literature of the Gulag - the best known book being Alexander Solzhenitsyn's Gulag Archipelago - we can imagine its horrors to a greater extent than we can imagine the horrors of Auschwitz.


Just as Auschwitz distracts us from the even greater horrors of the Treblinka, the Gulag distracts us from Soviet policies that killed people directly and premeditatedly by starvation and bullets. Among the Stalinist killing policies, two were the most significant: the famine of collectivization in 1930-1933 and the Great Terror in 1937-1938. It remains unclear whether the Cossack famine of 1930-1932 was intentional, although it is clear that more than a million Cossacks starved to death. It is well established that Stalin starved the Soviet Ukrainians to death in the winter of 1932-1933. Soviet documents revealed a series of orders from October to December 1933, given with obvious malice and intent to kill. In the end, more than three million people of Soviet Ukraine died.


11.The Grey Zone

Based on actual events, "The Grey Zone" is the story of the Auschwitz's twelfth Sonderkommando - one of the thirteen consecutive "Special Squads" of Jewish prisoners placed by the Nazis in the excruciating moral dilemma of helping to exterminate fellow Jews in exchange for a few more months of life. Stars Michael Suhlbarg, Steve Buscemi, Harvey Keitel, Mira Sorvino and Natasha Lyonne.


12.Out of the Ashes

Christine Lahti is the protagonist of this shocking film, inspired by the real case of Dr. Gisella Perl, one of the first women gynecologists in Eastern Europe, who was imprisoned in the Auschwitz camp during the Nazi occupation. When the Nazis decided to use her as a doctor, she was forced to become the assistant to the famous war criminal Dr. Josef Mengele. But through an amazing combination of defiance, humanity and strength, she managed to restore hope to thousands of people.


13.Sorok pervyy

An unexpected love story is woven between a Red Army sniper and a White Army officer …


What we read about the Great Terror also distracts us from its true nature. The great novel and the great memoir about this period are Dark at Noon by Arthur Koestler and The Defendant by Alexander Weissberg. Both focus on a small group of Stalin's victims, communist city leaders, educated people, some of whom are known in the West. This image dominates our understanding of the Great Terror, but it is incorrect. Taken together, the purges of the communist elites, the secret police, the army officers amount to no more than 47,737 dead.


The biggest action taken in the Great Terror, Operation 00447, was directed mainly at the "kulaci", ie peasants who had already been oppressed during collectivization. 386,798 lives. Several national minorities, together representing less than 2% of the Soviet population, accounted for more than a third of the victims of the Great Terror. In an operation against ethnic Poles who were Soviet citizens, for example, 111,091 people were shot. Of the 681,692 executions during the political crimes of 1937 and 1938, Operation Kulaci and those against national minorities killed 633,955, more than 90 percent of the total. These people were secretly shot, dumped in mass graves and forgotten.


The focus on Auschwitz and the Gulag minimizes the number of Europeans killed and moves the geographical center of crime to the German Reich and eastern Russia. Like Auschwitz, which draws our attention to the Western European victims of the Nazi empire, the Gulag with its well-known Siberian camps takes us away from the geographical center of Soviet assassination policies. If we focus on Auschwitz and the Gulag, we do not notice that in a period of twelve years, between 1933 and 1944, about 12 million victims of Soviet and Nazi mass murder policies perished in a certain region of Europe, one defined more or less by Belarus, Ukraine, Poland, Lithuania and Latvia today. In general, when we consider the Auschwitz and the Gulag, we tend to think of the states that built them as systems, as modern tyrants or totalitarian states. But such a view of Berlin and Moscow's thinking and politics tends to overlook the fact that mass killings took place mainly in European territories between Germany and Russia, not in Germany and Russia.


14.The Boy in the Striped Pajamas

Set during World War II, the story is told through the innocent eyes of Bruno, the 8-year-old son of a concentration camp commander. The boy befriends a Jewish boy, behind the fence of the camp.


15.The Book Thief

The film tells the story of a lively and courageous girl named Liesel who transforms the lives of everyone around her when she is sent to live with an adoptive family in World War II Germany.


Mass killings is Eastern Europe, above all Belarus, Ukraine, Poland and the Baltic States, lands that have been the subject of sustained policies of atrocity by both regimes. The people of Ukraine and Belarus, especially Jews, but not only, suffered the most when they came to the Soviet Union during the terrible 1930s and were subjected to the worst German repression in the 1940s. If Europe was, as Mark Mazower calls it, a "dark continent," Ukraine and Belarus were the heart of darkness.


Historical assessments that can be seen as objective, such as counting the victims of mass killings, could help restore a slightly lost historical balance. Germans who suffered terribly under Hitler and during the war are not at the center of the history of mass murder. Even if we include ethnic Germans killed during the flight from the Red Army, those expelled from Poland and Czechoslovakia in 1945-1947, and those who fell victim to the bombing of Germany, the total number of German civilians killed by state power remains comparable. little.


The main victims of direct killing policies among German citizens are the 70,000 "euthanized" patients and the 165,000 German Jews. The main German victims of Stalin remain the women raped by the Red Army and the prisoners of war detained in the Soviet Union. About 363,000 German prisoners died of starvation and disease in Soviet captivity, as did about 200,000 Hungarians. At a time when German resistance to Hitler is beginning to garner media attention, it must be remembered that some of the participants in the plot against Hitler in July 1944 were right at the center of mass murder policies: Arthur Nebe, for example. , who led Einsatzgruppe B in the Belarusian territories during the first wave of the 1941 Holocaust; or Eduard Wagner, the general superintendent of the Wehrmacht, who wrote a lively letter to his wife about the need to deny food to millions of hungry people in Leningrad.



16.The English Patient

At the end of World War II, Count Almasy suffered a terrible burn in a plane crash. Watched by a devoted and sensitive nurse, he remembers his life.


17.Sophie's Choice

Sophie, a Polish Catholic, is a survivor of the Nazi concentration camp at Auschwitz. Here she lost her husband, children, and parents. Arriving in New York to write a book, young Stingo meets her and falls in love with her.


18.Sophie Scholl - Die Letzten Tage

Oscar® 2005 nomination - Best Foreign Language Film. Most important awards: European Film Award - German Film Award - German Film Award - Audience Award German Film Award Best Bavarian Film The main question raised by this film is what can be done when you realize that the Nazi regime has Go crazy - do you resist, even though it is clear that it is useless or not?


It's hard to forget Anna Akhmatova: "The Russian land loves blood." However, Russian martyrdom and heroism, now vehemently proclaimed in Putin's Russia, must be placed on as broad a historical background as possible. The Soviet Russians - like any other Soviet citizen - were indeed victims of Stalinist policy: but the risk of being killed was lower than in the case of Ukrainians or Soviet Poles or members of other national minorities. During World War II, several severe acts of terror were extended to eastern Poland and the Baltic states, territories absorbed by the Soviet Union. In the best-known case, 22,000 Polish citizens were shot in 1940 in Katyn and four other places; Tens of thousands of other Poles and Baltics died during or immediately after deportations to Kazakhstan and Siberia. During the war, many Soviet Russians were killed by the Germans, but proportionally fewer than the Belarusians and Ukrainians, not to mention the Jews. The death toll from Soviet civilians is estimated at 15 million. On average, 1 in 25 Russian civilians was killed by the Germans during the war, as opposed to 1 in 10 in Ukraine (or Poland) or 1 in 5 in Belarus.


Belarus and Ukraine were occupied for much of the war, with German and Soviet armies crossing their entire territory twice in attack or retreat. German armies have never occupied more than a small part of Russia's territory for short periods. Even if we take into account the siege of Leningrad and the destruction of Stalingrad, German control of Russian civilians was much less than that of the Belarusians, Ukrainians, or Jews. The Russians claim the death toll in Belarus and Ukraine as belonging to Russia and treat Belarusians, Ukrainians and Jews as Russians: this leads to an imperialism of martyrdom, to the implicit claim to territory by explicitly claiming the victims. This seems to be the line proposed by the new historical commission appointed by President Dmitry Medvedev to prevent "falsifications" of Russia's past. Under the legislation being debated in Russia today, statements such as the above would be a criminal offense.


19.In Darkness

It is the year 1941. Leopold Socha, a dumpster and petty thug, comes across a group of Jews fleeing the ghetto who want to hide in the city's underground canals, which he knows very well. As such, he agrees to help them for a fee. What begins as a bargain turns into something unexpected, as for 14 months of maximum danger, they try together to fool death.


20.Schindler's List

The true story of Oskar Schindler, a womanizer and profiteer who saves the lives of more than 1,100 Jews during the Holocaust. An emotional testimony about the horrors of war and the alteration of human characters in time of war.


21.La rafle.

1942. Joseph is 11 years old. This June morning, she has to go to school with a yellow star sewn on her chest. Between benevolence and contempt, Jo and other Jewish friends like him and their families learn how to live in a busy Paris.


If there is one general political lesson in the history of mass murder, it is the need to be cautious about so-called privileged development: attempts by states to achieve a political expansion that designates its victims, that motivates prosperity through mortality. The possibility of killing one group to the advantage of another cannot be ruled out, or at least that is the case. It is a version of the policies that Europe has witnessed and can continue to do. The only acceptable answer is an ethical commitment to the individual, namely that an individual is worth more in life than in death, and the above plans become unthinkable.


Today's Europe is especially remarkable for its unity and prosperity, with social justice and human rights. Probably more than any other corner of the world is immune, at least for the time being, to such soulless concerns for economic growth. However, memory has produced some strange deviations from history, at a time when history is needed more than ever. Europe's recent past may resemble the near future of the rest of the world. This is another reason to make the most accurate assessments.


22.A Bridge Too Far

War film, evoking the assault of American, Polish and British troops, to capture an important bridge behind the German front lines. The assault was carried out by a complicated action of paratroopers and armored troops


23.The Bunker

We are in 1944. The German army is retreating. Chased across the country by US allied forces, a company of Nazi soldiers seeks refuge in an anti-tank bunker. In the maze of tunnels below the bunker, strange, terrifying things begin to happen. One by one, the soldiers start cracking nervously or being killed. Paranoia dominates the whole group. Did the Americans infiltrate or is there a force of evil lurking within the walls of this complex?


24.Dresden

Germany, January 1945. Young nurse Anna Mauth (Felicitas Woll) works at a hospital in Dresden and has a romantic relationship with Dr. Alexander Wenninger (Benjamin Sadler). When an English plane is bombed, the only survivor, the pilot Robert Newman (John Light), hides in the hospital attic. Here he is accidentally discovered by Anna. At any risk, she decides to help him!


25.Pearl Harbor

On a quiet Sunday morning, Japanese fighter jets flew across the sky, launching a surprise attack on U.S. military forces in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. This day has plunged the United States into a war, changing the course of history.


26.Flags of Our Fathers

February 1945. One of the bloodiest battles of World War II takes place on the island of Iwo Jima. At the beginning of the battle, an American flag appears on Mount Suribachi, and the image of the 5 soldiers who raised it surrounds the USA.


27.Jakob the Liar

In 1944, in Nazi-occupied Poland, Jacob, the owner of a long-closed cafe in a Jewish ghetto, accidentally overhears a news bulletin on a banned radio station. Although full of joy, he cannot share the news.


28.Vilniaus getas

1942, Vilnius. Nazis kill 55,000 Jews, and 15,000 of them are locked up in a 7-pavilion ghetto. At the age of only 22, the sadistic commander Kittel has the mission to manage the ghetto in the Lithuanian capital, becoming master of people's lives. Kittel discovers that Hayyah stole a pound of beans and sentenced her to death. When he finds out that Hayyah is a successful former singer, he decides to put on a show in the old ghetto theater. Will it be a spectacle of life or death?


29.Zwartboek

The Netherlands, 1944. A former famous Jewish singer, Rachel, now a refugee in rural Holland, tries to reach the territories liberated from German influence. A patrol captures the group of refugees it is in and only it manages to escape with its life. Arriving safely at her destination, Rachel joins the Resistance and, under the name of Ellis de Vries, manages to infiltrate the German Intelligence Service. He seduces Officer Muntze and he, seduced, offers him a job.


30.Inglourious Basterds

In German-occupied France, Shosanna (Melanie Laurent) watches helplessly as her family is executed by Nazi colonel Hans Landa (Christoph Waltz). Shosanna escapes through the ears of the needle and flees to Paris, where she creates a new identity.


31.Valkyrie

During World War II, German Colonel von Stauffenberg is wounded in Africa and returns to the country. Dissatisfied with Nazi abuses, Stauffenberg agrees to lead Operation Valkyrie, which aims to assassinate Hitler.


32.Saints and Soldiers

Four American soldiers fighting in Europe during World War II are separated from the rest of US troops during the Malmedy massacre. The small group remains isolated and without any help behind enemy lines.


33.We Were Soldiers

In 1965, the first battle between the Americans and the Vietnamese took place. 400 American soldiers entered Vietnamese territory and found themselves surrounded. Harold Moore, commander, and reporter Galloway also found themselves facing this situation.


34.Defiance

Inspired by real facts. 1941. Jews in Eastern Europe are massacred by the Nazis. Succeeding in escaping from a camp, three Jewish brothers take refuge in the forest. There they manage to turn a struggle for survival into something much more important.


35.Life train

One evening in 1941, Schlomo, the village madman, brings terrible news to his fellow Shetl (an Eastern European Jewish village): Germans kill and deport Jewish residents of neighboring Shetl to unknown destinations


36.Katyn

In 1940, the Soviet secret services killed thousands of Polish prisoners of war. A subject hitherto considered taboo is analyzed by the famous Andrzej Wajda, who enters one of the darkest periods in the history of Poland.


37.Rosenstraße

In the spring of 1943, German and Jewish women gathered on Rosenstrasse in central Berlin to protest against sending Jewish husbands to concentration camps. The painful memories, which have become family secrets, have been preserved in modern-day New York. Ruth continues to perform Jewish mourning rituals for her late husband. Her daughter, Hannah, learns the story of her mother, a war orphan Selected in the official competition of the Vene Festival.


38.Naples - Elite fur den Fuhrer

We are in 1942. Friedrich Weimer, a 17-year-old hardworking boy from a working-class district of Berlin, loves boxing. His only problem is that he is always reluctant to give the final blow that could knock out his opponent. During a boxing match, he is spotted by a Naples recruiting officer who offers to help him. 'NaPolA' is the acronym for 'National Politische Erziehungs Anstalt' or 'National Institute of Political Education'.


39.Enemy At The Gates

As the German and Russian armies clash, Vassili, the sniper, ambushes his enemies. Vanity pushes him into a duel with the best German sniper, Major Konig, and the two find themselves engaged in a personal battle.


40.Into the White

WWII. Two planes, one British and the other German, crash into an isolated land. Driven by the freezing cold, both pilots seek shelter in the same hut. Although enemies, they will be forced to cooperate in order to survive.


41.Band of Brothers

This terrifying World War II saga closely follows the journey of the 147 members of Easy Company's paramilitary troops, from the first training sessions to the memorable day of landing in Normandy.


42.De Tweeling

After the death of their parents, twin sisters Anna and Lotte Bamberg have been brutally separated since the age of six. Anna stays in Germany, where she grows up in quite difficult conditions on the farm of her uncle Heinrich and his wife, Martha. Lotte, who is ill, has a happy life in the Netherlands, with her parents' more distant relatives - the Rockanjes family. In the years following the separation, the twins did their best to get in touch.


43.The Pacific

See all 10 installments of HBO's acclaimed World War II miniseries 'The Pacific' plus a 'making of' special, 'Anatomy of the Pacific War' featurette and 'Marines of the Pacific' featuring profiles of six WWII heroes.


44.The Great Escape

In 1944, a group of Allied prison officers organized the escape from Stalag Luft III, one of the best guarded prison camps in Germany. The preparations lasted a year and involved the participation of over 600 people.


45.Europe Europe

The film is based on real events between 1938 and 1945. Salomon "Solly" Perel is a Polish Jew from Germany, whose life changes radically when the Nazis break into his wife's apartment. Separated from her parents and siblings, Solly is saved only by the Nazi uniform she wears. This gesture is the forerunner of his future "career". From here, Solly is subjected to many attempts, but the biggest one is to kill the Jews.


46.Flames & Lemons

Drama centered on two fighters from the Holger Danske resistance group during World War II.


47.Max Manus

The film is based on the true story of resistance fighter Max Manus and follows the hero from the beginning of World War II until the summer of 1945. After fighting the Russians in the Finnish Winter War, Max returns. in Nazi-occupied Norway. He soon joined the resistance movement and became one of the most famous members of the so-called Oslo Group.


48.Letters from Iwo Jima

Over 60 years ago, American and Japanese soldiers fought on the island of Iwo Jima. Decades later, hundreds of letters are unearthed at Iwo Jima, letters that give face and voice to the men who fought there.


49.Hiroshima

Documentary made by British television, which describes through reconstructions the catastrophic moments during the bombing and after it.


50.Hiroshima my love

"In the elements of the story there seems to be more of an excuse for the film than the film itself, which always amazes and surprises, offering developments that the mind cannot immediately perceive. There is always in the film an atmosphere of guilty meanings, Hiroshima, war, love lost, the anxiety that remains separate elements and does not even intend to crystallize. " - Peter Harcont 1974 (Film Comment).


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