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THE BOTTOM LINE REVIEW: Inherent Vice (2014)

After seeing this film for the first time last week, I felt reluctant to post a review on it, simply because I felt that a second viewing was necessary. 439 more words

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THE BOTTOM LINE REVIEW: The Equalizer (2014)

Decently entertaining and populated with some inventive violence, but there’s one aspect of The Equalizer that really bothered me. It’s directed like a music video. Virtually every shot in this entire film is a dolly shot, crane shot, or complex camera move, and almost all of it is completely unneccesary. 96 more words

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Fat Loss 4 Idiots Review

Fat Loss 4 Idiots is what you shopping for? Due to the fact many diets out there have a terrific offer of restrictions on them they typically have the outcome of leaving persons dissatisfied with their outcomes and dropping the diet program. 625 more words

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PATTI SMITH - " Dreaming Of The Prophet " Live Broadcast 27th December 1975

This engrossing live broadcast captures Patti Smith at a pivotal moment in her career. Her stunningly original debut, ‘Horses’, had been released just a few weeks earlier. 316 more words

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THE BOTTOM LINE REVIEW: The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Them (2014)

As I was watching this, I kept thinking about whether or not I was missing anything substantial by seeing this condensed version instead of the separate “Him” and “Her” cuts. 157 more words

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THE BOTTOM LINE REVIEW: Two Days, One Night (2014)

I tried to enjoy this, but this is clearly not a film to be enjoyed. Cotillard gives a strong performance that allows for some moving moments here and there, but it’s so unbelievably boring to watch that I struggled to stay interested. 31 more words

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THE BOTTOM LINE REVIEW: Lucy (2014)

It starts off as an interesting (albeit ridiculous) concept and features some well-executed set pieces, but as a whole it felt too over-the-top. I somewhat liked the intercutting with Nat Geo footage to illustrate some of its central themes and ideas (albeit with the subtlety of a sledgehammer), but the film builds towards a climax that is anticlimactic, unsatisfying, and just as ridiculous as the rest of the film. 48 more words

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