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Deep in the Heart

OR: “Six Weeks in Texas and the World’s my Oyster!” (sung to the tune of the Murray Head song)

40-something days in, some thoughts on this island Austin: 440 more words


This Is A Movie Review: Snowpiercer

The premise of Snowpiercer is ostensibly depressing, but in a weird way, it is also optimistic about the current state of the world.  The future ice age of director Bong Joon-ho’s dystopia is caused by an experiment to counteract global warming that works  567 more words


No Return

Arabani directed by Adi Adwan (Israel) is about a man who returns to the Druze village he left after the dissolution of his marriage to a Jewish Israeli woman. 64 more words


Film review: Boyhood

Richard Linklater’s Boyhood has been wowing critics and audiences since its première at Sundance in January. The acclaim is universal, boisterous and very enthusiastic. (The film has a score of 99 per cent on Rotten Tomatoes, with an average rating of 9.4/10) 606 more words


As estreias mais legais do mês!

Esses mês teremos várias estreias interessantes, vale a pena marcar uma (ou várias) idas ao cinema com seus amigos. Romance, comédia, ação e uma animação que parece ser muito fofa estraram em cartaz ao longo do mês. 793 more words


Quick-Fire Verdict: June/July 2014

It’s been a while since my last post, but I’ve been extra busy since getting a new job and graduating (in Film Studies, of course). But my love of film is something I cannot neglect, hence why I will keep this blog running, just posts will have more of a fixed routine. 1,316 more words


The Double

Amid the macho-heavy superhero love fest that is 2014, it is refreshing to see some introversion hanging out in the shadows. Just as summer careened around the corner, I had the chance to see Richard Ayaode’s new film, … 333 more words