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300: Rise of an Empire Blu-ray Review

“Visually is where new director Noam Murro and otherwise strong cinematographer Simon Duggan splinter, lost in-between measures to clone yet differentiate their cinematic palette. Empire… 77 more words

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Fading Gigolo Blu-ray Review

Not even Woody Allen can save the slight “Fading Gigolo.” 382 more words

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Bears Blu-ray Review

“Bears” is another moving Disneynature documentary. 565 more words

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Blu-ray Review: Frau im Mond

Starring: Willy Fritsch, Gerda Maurus, Klaus Pohl
Director: Fritz Lang
Rating: 7/10

Fritz Lang’s sci-fi movie about a trip to the moon (his last silent film, released in 1929) is a sheer joy for its steampunky visuals, but drama-wise it now seems a bit lopsided, seeing as we don’t actually blast off until 73 minutes into its three hour running time. 615 more words


Blu-ray Review: The Werner Herzog Collection

Starring: Klaus Kinski, Bruno S., Isabelle Adjani, Bruno Ganz
Director: Werner Herzog
Rating: 9/10

“A man doesn’t have to be as a big as the tower he builds,” remarks a character in… 3,298 more words


Blu-ray Review: Locke

Starring: Tom Hardy, Olivia Coleman, Ruth Wilson
Director: Stephen Knight
Rating: 8/10

The only face we see in Locke belongs to Ben Hardy’s titular character. It’s a mature, bearded face – patriarchal almost – tired but resolute, attached to a powerful shoulders and a big chest, and the lilting Welsh voice that emanates from it makes you think of a kindly preacher. 841 more words

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