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Under the Skin (Book vs Movie)

I reviewed the film earlier in the year when it came out, but since then have read the source novel. Under the Skin is an incredible film – hypnotic and visual, nigh-incomprehensible but anchored with haunting imagery and atmosphere that resonate even if you don’t understand the film as a whole. 1,243 more words

Film

4) Don Jon

With his directoral debut, Joseph Gordon Levitt shows that his skills extend well beyond acting. Levitt creates a commentary on society’s sexual expectations and the high bar that media has set for them. 405 more words

Baker's Dozen of Hottness: The Lovely Ladies of Hollywood Edition

Yeah, that’s right.  The gentlemen at MoGT have compiled a list of our Hollywood Hotties…  What do you guys think?

Honourable Mention

Ali Larter, Kaley… 559 more words

Baker's Dozen Of Good Taste

Lucy: It's All Sciency And Stuff

A few weeks ago I went to the cinema to experience some quality entertainment but the staff gave me a ticket to Luc Besson’s Lucy… 650 more words

Writing

Jeff on 'Under the Skin'

There’s a point in Jonathan Glazer’s Under the Skin wherein Scarlett Johannson’s unnamed protagonist drives into a thick cloud of fog. She steps out of her car and into the center of the silent, lonely street and looks from side to side, trying just to see something through her impenetrable white surroundings. 560 more words

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