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Don’t Commit Crimes in Scotland – Filth (2013)

Sometimes being bad is just bad.  So this is about crooked Scottish cop Bruce Robertson (James McAvoy) who is battling not only with his colleagues for a promotion, but also with himself, as he is consistently deteriorating with alcoholism, drug abuse and questionable sexual practices.   521 more words

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Film Review: Snowpiercer (2013)

Logline: After an apocalypse that leaves the Earth under snow, a train called the Snowpiercer travels across the globe containing the last of Earths survivors. However, the treatment of the people in the lowest class is sparking a revolution that threatens the fabric of the social classes… 592 more words

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Darke Reviews - Snowpiercer (2014)

What you haven’t heard of this one? S’okay most folks haven’t. It has been travelling the indie circuit for awhile without a true mainstream release. This is due, in large part to the conflict between the writer director and one of the production companies. 861 more words

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Snowpiercer reflects present day society

America politics frequently mentions the halves and the halves not. These two terms describe the wealth gap facing this nation.  Snowpiercer, directed by Bong Joon-ho, was a great take on contemporary society.  386 more words

2014 Movie Reviews

Movie Review: Snowpiercer

Snowpiercer is dark and it’s hilarious, it’s subtle and it’s over the top, it’s violent and it’s gentle. It’s all these things without being too much. 634 more words

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MY MOVIE SHELF: Defiance

The Task: Watch and write about every movie on my shelf, in order (Blu-rays are sorted after DVDs), by June 10, 2015.  Remaining movies: 295   891 more words

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Review: Snowpiercer

Sometimes having the spectacle of a blockbuster is nice, but it is always an accomplishment when a director can bring a humanity to the characters that are posed to be larger than life with the giant action pieces and large scale mayhem they have to coordinate through to achieve their goal. 582 more words

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