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A Portrait of the Author: Truman Capote

Capote (2005)

Capote was a hug author before he wrote about the first big murder of a family to shock the United States called In Cold Blood… 68 more words


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Two Days, One Night (2014)

The Dardenne brothers have a remarkable talent for shining a light on the beauty of humanity in the darkest, yet most real of places. Here we have Sandra; a Belgian mother and wife, played by Marion Cotillard, living in France who has recently recovered from depression and is returning to work. 1,153 more words


Doug Reviews: Calvary

Calvary wasn’t what I was expecting. The trailers sold it as a dark comedy with a bunch of weird, small town characters. The film is definitely funny in parts, but it is also deep and emotional as it plunges one man into darkness. 463 more words


Two Days, One Night




Despite being the first actual star the Dardenne brothers have hired in, like, forever, Marion Cotillard rarely feels incongruous in Two Days, One Night… 511 more words


The Brothers Grimm (2005)

The Brothers Grimm (2005).  Directed by Terry Gilliam. Starring Heath Ledger, Matt Damon and Lena Headey.

Ahead of his time or painfully trapped in the past? 1,282 more words

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Lucy (2014) - Review

I feel bad for Luc Besson. He started off his career with some really good movies, then he kinda went off the rails for a while, not just directing pretty bad movies but also writing and producing a lot of them too. 461 more words

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The Most Hated Family in America, 2006/America's Most Hated Family in crisis, 2011, Louis Theroux, UK.

The Most Hated Family in America, 2006/America’s Most Hated Family in crisis, 2011, Louis Theroux, UK.
I watched these two one hour documentaries back to back and felt a shared review made more sense. 1,542 more words

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