Cécile Boyer,

Correspondent (Film)


man-of-steel-20131-600x375Man of Steel

Superman is back! Man of Steel, directed by Zack Snyder and produced by Christopher Nolan, director of the Batman trilogy, tells the story of Superman’s origins. Clark Kent (Henry Cavill) finds out that he is not an ordinary young boy from Earth, but an inhabitant of another planet called Krypton, which has been destroyed. Clark, who tries to have a normal and human life with his adoptive parents, has to deal with his surprising and extraordinary powers. Throughout the film, he becomes aware of his mission on Earth and realises he has to take his responsibilities to protect his adoptive planet. Clark Kent becomes Superman, a superhero fighting against all kinds of threats, even those coming from other parts of the universe. The trailer of Man of Steel, which is expected to be a successful blockbuster, can be found here.

Summer in FebruarySummer in February

Here is the British romance of the week! Summer in February, directed by Christopher Menaul, is a film based on a book of the same name. Before the beginning of the First World War, Alfred Munnings (Dominic Cooper), an anti modernist painter and his friend Gilbert Evans (Dan Stevens) both fall in love with the same woman, Florence Carter-Wood (Emily Browning). A fascinating love triangle therefore starts between the three talented artists. Do not hesitate to watch the trailer of this film. 



If you are looking for a comedy, here is the film for you. Admission, directed by Paul Weitz, focuses on the life of Portia Nathan, played by the very excellent Tina Fey. Portia Nathan is a 38-year-old Admissions Officer working for Princeton University. She tries to forget her past by devoting herself to her stressful job. However, her organised life is likely to radically change when someone from

her past reappears. Catch the trailer here.

QUAD_Stuck_in_LoveStuck in Love

Why not go for a mix of comedy and drama? Stuck in Love, directed by Josh Boone tells the story of a reputed writer, William Borgens (Greg Kinnear). Since his ex-wife, Erica (Jennifer Connelly), left him, his inspiration has disappeared. He can no longer write anything. William spends his time between spying on his ex-wife, sleeping with his neighbour, Tricia (Kristen Bell), who is not available and taking care of his two teenagers, Samantha (Lily Collins) and Rusty (Nat Wolff). Whilst Samantha attempts to write her first novel and avoid love, she meets Lou (Logan Lerman) who might change her opinions. Rusty, author of fantasy books, cannot resist to the complicated Kate (Liana Liberato). If you want to follow the adventures of theses three writers, go watch the trailer now. 

much-ado-about-nothing-movie-poster-2Much Ado About Nothing

Do you like Shakespeare? If you do, this film is definitely for you. Much Ado About Nothing directed by Joss Whedon, gives modernity to a classic Shakespearean comedy. The story is built around two couples – Claudio (Fran Kranz) and Hero (Jillian Morgese) and Benedick (Alexis Denisof) and Beatrice (Amy Acker). These two pairs have different views about what is love and the use of words. Do take a look at the trailer of a classic. 

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Correspondent at The Global Panorama, Cécile is studying at Cardiff University (Wales) and more precisely at the School of Journalism, Media & Cultural Studies. Interested in all the aspects of journalism and fascinated by the world of cinema, she enjoys writing articles about films for the website.