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Review: "Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)"

Birdman is quite simply an affirmation. What sort of affirmation you ask? The kind which confirms what I have known since the 80s; Michael Keaton is one hell of an actor. 440 more words

New Indie Thursday: Le Week-End

To me, Paris is THE most romantic city in the world. Looking at the Eiffel Tower, sipping coffee at a nearby cafe, trying oysters at a fancy restaurant, and being surrounded by so much radical history just makes me feel so incredibly warm and fuzzy inside. 502 more words


Lost in Austen

“Lost in Austen“, a TV miniseries from 2008 starring Jemima Rooper, really tests your ability to ignore reality and buy into a premise. But if you manage to do so, you will probably enjoy this cute little movie about… 853 more words

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Le Week-End (2013) Review

With the collaboration of writer, Hanif Kureishi (Venus, The Mother) and director, Roger Michell (Notting Hill, Changing Lanes), comes a romantic comedy-drama in which a middle-aged couple take to Paris for a weekend to celebrate their anniversary, dealing with the mundane slump they find themselves in and the issues that they are battling with themselves and each other. 655 more words


The Hollow Crown: Richard II (2012)

Shakespeare’s Richard II is not often produced, so I was intrigued to find it included in the BBC series The Hollow Crown, which┬áincludes all the plays pertaining to Henry IV and V. 3,229 more words

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