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Review - As I lay Dying (2013)

Nobody told me James Franco could direct – and twenty minutes into this one, I was beginning to doubt that he actually could. My prior knowledge of this film was minimal. 556 more words


The Good Girl (2002)

Perhaps it’s just me, but I feel that a curious theme emerged from the Hollywood production line around the turn of millennium. The lampooning of consumerism and societal homogeneity was “hip”, with many films conveying the message that we are victims of first-world affluence and its close corollary, apathy. 856 more words

Jake Gyllenhaal

The Incredible Hulk

Another Hulk re-make. Geeks and nerds alike everywhere cringe in anticipation for the potential crappy storyline.

And it’s easy to understand why when you’re dealing with the likes of the Hulk. 676 more words


Klondike Miniseries on Discovery Channel

Dir. Simon Cellan Jones, 2014

Discovery Channel’s first scripted historical drama, Klondike, premieres Monday, January 20. The miniseries comprises three episodes totalling six hours, and will unfold over three consecutive evenings, from Monday January 20 to Wednesday January 22. 48 more words


Leaves of Grass

PLOT (spoiler alert!!!):

The film opens with Bill Kincaid (Edward Norton) lecturing his class at Brown University about Plato’s Socratic dialogues, and discussing Greek philosophy. He dismisses the class and then meets up with his student, Anne (Lucy DeVito). 1,532 more words

Movie Reviews

TBFF Review: Blue Caprice

How does one make sense of the seemingly senseless violence that occurs in the world? This is a question that director Alexandre Moors explores, and at times struggles with, in his debut feature… 618 more words