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My Beautiful Launderette (UK: 1985): A review at 30

An entry in a periodic series of reviews of films celebrating milestones in 2015

Brief Review: The novelty of the Hussein family embracing Thatcherism may have worn off, but the film could be worth a look for early glimpses of at the time emerging star Daniel Day Lewis and a generally fine ensemble cast. 652 more words
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I’ve mentioned several times that I like a good beard, but I have to admit that it’s not for everyone. I saw a list the other day of celebrities with and without beards, some were übersexy with facial hair and other… not so much… 205 more words


The Age of Innocence

The Age of Innocence (1993)

Directed by Martin Scorsese

Based on the novel “The Age of Innocence” by Edith Wharton

Screenplay by Jay Cocks and Martin Scorsese… 774 more words

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Genre: Historical, Suspense | Director: Martin Scorsese | Duration: 160 minutes

Sadis, mencekam, dan penuh dengan pemberontakan, adalah kesan pertama yang diberikan oleh film ini kepada penontonnya. 541 more words


Biopics at the cinema

No illustrations – sorry!

A lot has been said and written about why suddenly the award nominations are going for films that are biographical. It isn’t hard to see why when four and a three quarters of the nominees for the Best Picture at the Oscars 2015 are just this – biopics. 745 more words

Ready, Set, Go!

I love the movies, most of the time. And I love the Oscars, most of the time. The times when I don’t love the Oscars are the times when they choose winners that I don’t agree with – vehemently. 601 more words


Music To My Ears: Convergence (There Will Be Blood Soundtrack)

If you enjoyed There Will Be Blood, you sure as hell must have enjoyed the dark and spooky soundtrack it provides. The music in the movie obviously plays a huge role, so I want to give you a little taste of what kind of atmosphere was created by Johny Greenwood and Paul Thomas Anderson. 18 more words

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