Disney+ was launched in 2019, and after a 3-year wait, it finally arrived in Hungary. From the 20th of July you can watch everything on the streaming service for only 2490 Ft. For that amount you get over 80.000 episodes of content from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geography and Star properties. You can watch things in the original language or search for the numerous dubbed and subtitled films and shows. Here is a list of our top picks and some hidden gems:
If you walked by Uránia cinema on Rákoczi street, you might have seen posters for classic plays such as Hamlet or Romeo and Juliet featuring famous film stars such as Benedict Cumberbatch or Jessie Buckley. No, sadly these great performances aren’t coming to Hungary any time soon. However, the National Theatre of London brings it to us through high-quality streams. And now you don’t even have to leave your home for it.
After almost a year of delay, we finally got the long-awaited new Batman movie. The movie is now at 700 million dollars at the box office, making more than Justice League. It’s doing quite fine with reviews, scoring 85% on Rotten Tomatoes. However, many people left the theatre disappointed. So here is our review of the newest Batman movie.
When seeing a contemporary remake of a classical ballet performance there are inevitably subtle hints of doubt lingering around in us, even if we are familiar with the original piece. These generally circle around the question of authenticity and our very own understanding of the creation. GisL by the Ballet Company of Győr is no exception.