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Only Lovers Left Alive

I do love pre-ordering things on iTunes. This was one little treat I ordered for myself, promptly forgot about, and was then pleasantly surprised when it appeared. 274 more words

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Only Lovers Left Alive (Review)- "Dead on the Inside"

2.5/5

The opening scene of “Only Lovers Left Alive” promises a far better movie than it delivers. A sea of stars in the night sky slowly reveal themselves to be grooves on a vinyl record; as soon as it starts spinning, we are shown bird’s eye view shots of vampire lovers Adam and Eve (Tom Hiddleston and Tilda Swinton) in bedrooms in different continents, as the camera keeps spinning. 578 more words

2014 Movie Review

Review: "Tracks"

As one of the most pleasant surprises so far this year, “Tracks” is a meditative film following Robyn Davidson, who, in 1977, longed to find solace and sought it on a 1,700-mile trek through the desert of West Australia. 596 more words

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Tracks - review

In Australia during the 1970s one woman, her dog and four camels trekked across the desert from Alice Springs all the way to the Indian Ocean, for no other reason than she wanted to and she’s not all that keen on people. 191 more words

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The Double

Through a dense cloud of fog, you’re running to catch an elevator. Machines are clanking in the background. You’re almost there and then, the rusty doors slam shut in your face. 377 more words

Patron Movie Review: The Double

Movie: The Double

Where is it: Hot DVDs

The Verdict: Movie was Dreadful, Depressing, Dark and Doubly horrible from the opening scene to the 10 long, miserable minutes I watched it. 52 more words

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The Double

Meeting your evil twin must really suck…

Featuring

Jesse Eisenberg as Simon James Mia Wasikowska as Hannah Wallace Shawn as Mr Papadopoulos Phyllis Somerville as Simon’s mother with… 517 more words
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