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Last month I went down to the Curzon in Soho – who wouldn’t want to eat in a Konditor & Cook café before a film? – to watch the indie flick, ‘Under the Skin.’  I’d briefly looked at reviews, most of which seemed to be positive, and I thought the premise sounded interesting: 468 more words

Down Periscope

This is one of those films where you watch it because you want to see what other roles an actor might inhabit, in this case Kelsey Grammer. 194 more words

Embraceable You (1948)

Eddie Novoc (Dane Clark) is acting as the getaway driver for a killer when he accidentally hits Marie Willens (Geraldine Brooks) while fleeing the scene of the killer’s latest crime, which took the life of a gambler. 536 more words


10 Word Review - Ebertfest - Life Itself

Thorough. Heartfelt. Reverent. Honest. Real. Story. Writing. Life. Beauty. Yes.


A Public Ransom - Review (Spoiler Free)

An intriguing premise gets lost amongst weak acting and an overly slow pace.

What would you do if you were to find a poster that’s apparently drawn by a young girl who’s asking for help after being kidnapped. 518 more words



Marking the first of few belated reviews that will be hitting the page soon is Aronofsky’s Biblical epic, Noah. The films received some varied reviews, and I did approach slightly apprehensively. 389 more words

Film Review

The Long and Winding Road – The Journey

Sheril A. Bustaman has an Astro decoder at home, and she couldn’t resist the barrage of the film’s adverts to check it out.

If you have an Astro decoder installed in your home, then you would have noticed the trailer for ‘The Journey’ playing over and over again on every channel, especially during the Chinese New Year period. 1,463 more words