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How I Live Now

An interesting twist on an end-of-the-world scenario film. Sad at times, sweet and touching in other moments but ultimately I felt it lacked a little in substance. 9 more words

Drama

Detroit-made LOST RIVER - Un Certain Regard at Cannes Film Festival

Just over a year ago the joy known as How To Catch A Monster, Ryan Gosling’s first feature, filmed in Detroit, an event which transfixed an entire metropolitan area. 147 more words

Cinema Snacks

Hanna - not just another action thriller!

As I sat in a half empty cinema I began to sigh and think to myself, yet another action thriller I’ve been dragged to. Just as I had finished rolling my eyes at my Dad who sat there in excitement, the film began. 450 more words

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Ladies Who Need More Love: Clara Webb (Byzantium)

In this article series, we have set out to identify and discuss female characters that we believe can be great characters, but whose potential has been overlooked or ignored by writers, fanbases, and the mainstream media. 2,914 more words

Representation

John's Horror Corner: Byzantium (2012), bringing a fresh, intelligent perspective to the secret lives of vampires

MY CALL: An intelligent, superbly acted vampire story, serenely-scored and with a more realistic, fresh perspective. MOVIES LIKE Byzantium: Interview with a Vampire… 436 more words

John Leavengood

Movie Review: The Grand Budapest Hotel

An author recounts the story of Zero Moustafa when he was a lobby boy in the service of concierge M. Gustave, accused of a crime and embroiled in a mystery.

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REPOST: A pastry-covered hammer: Wes Anderson's "Grand Budapest Hotel"

Resident Indiewire.com critic Sam Adams talks about finding profound meaning in Wes Anderson’s overtly twee machinations in “The Grand Budapest Hotel.”

 

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