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A Look at "Frank"

Frank is, by far, one of the strangest films I have ever seen, if not the strangest I’ve seen this year. Some of it will seem familiar: it looks at the music industry, but also whether mental illnesses can or cannot be the inspiration for what some would call creative genius. 1,804 more words

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Thoughts on Frank

Michael Fassbender is an incredible actor. He has wowed audiences in films both big and small, giving Oscar worthy turns in each one of director Steve McQueen’s three films: … 982 more words

Review: Frank

Frank is without a doubt one of the strangest films of this year and one of the strangest I’ve seen. After all the whole film is about a band singer that wears a giant head and never takes it off. 174 more words

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About Time (2013.)


An unexpected weepie about a young man, Tim, who has a special gift – the ability to travel through time. He uses his gift to change the future. 246 more words

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Frank (2014) | Music, madness and a giant papier-mâché head collide in the oddball, anarchic comedy drama

Don’t stop believing in your dreams
Following a chance encounter with the avant-garde Soronfrfbs rock band and their eccentric front man Frank (Michael Fassbender), who wears a giant papier-mâché head 24/7, wannabe musician Jon (Domhnall Gleeson) finds himself propelled on an anarchic journey of self-discovery. 495 more words

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DVD Review: Frank

Starring: Domhnall Gleeson, Michael Fassbender, Maggie Gyllenhaal
Director: Lenny Abrahamson
Rating: 8/10

“Do you know C, F and G? You’re in.” With that, office drone and wannabe songwriter Jon (Domhnall Gleeson) is recruited to be the keyboardist for an anarchic band with an unpronounceable name, whose frontman, Frank (Michael Fassbender), never takes off a giant papier-maché head. 1,030 more words

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Frank, in Celebration of Art Made for People Not Numbers

In our digital age artistic triumph is measured in youtube hits, influence measured in Twitter followers.  Frank explores the places where art matters most.

The film follows a boy, Jon (played by Domhnall Gleeson), who wants to make music.   356 more words

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