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Thoughts and Analysis of "About Time" by Richard Curtis

I was not prepared for this film to be as good as it was, and that only made the experience better.

I couldn’t help but like this film. 2,282 more words


Blunt Reviews Presents: The Purge

The adjective that best describes this film: disappointing. It set itself up to be an interesting piece of social commentary but then abandoned this opportunity in order to make a film that feels like… 67 more words


REVIEW - Ida (2013)

FilmJuice have my review of Pawel Pawlikovski’s Ida, a starkly beautiful but terrifyingly under-written film about 1960s Poland.

The film is set in a starkly shot 1960s Poland where an young orphan woman prepares to take orders and become a nun. 586 more words

Film Criticism

Whatever happened to Christopher Nolan?

 Interstellar (2014, Christopher Nolan)

After a year of meticulously planned marketing and promotion, the new Christopher Nolan blockbuster, Interstellar, has finally been unleashed. This is nothing new; in fact it’s standard practice for the Hollywood machine. 771 more words

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This is going to sound like a hell of an opening gambit for this review but in the 2 years so far of me being a film critic, Interstellar is probably the most I’ve ever been disappointed by a film. 1,505 more words

Mankind Is Yet To Recognize My Genius

RIP Charles Champlin - LA Times arts editor, critic

For 26 years Charles Champlin informed me about art and primarily film.  You can learn something about the world of art from the obituary of a man like him; he covered it all. 15 more words