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God Help the Girl

Scotland is a country that doesn’t get represented on film too often. The land is absolutely beautiful and full of rich history but when the casual moviegoer pictures it, not much comes to mind other than Mel Gibson yelling with war paint on his face or maybe sequences from… 511 more words

Moonrise Kingdom: The Style of Suzy Bishop

As I’m approaching my mid-twenties, I’m relieved to say that the youthful adventurer inside me is still very much alive.  Whether it’s impulse trips to the craft store or explorative adventures outdoors, I find myself just as entranced in the journey similar to that of Suzy Bishop in Wes Anderson’s Moonrise Kingdom. 175 more words

Fashion In Film

Hotel Chevalier

Hotel Chevalier

Hotel Chevalier swayed playfully with a hint of bitter romance that stings the nostalgic heart of past and future relationships to come. It’s sourly systematic in operation, guiding us through full dental high gene and bathtub roulette in an attempt to cleanse erotic feelings and wash away mutual guilt. 57 more words

Film Reviews

MEDIA MONDAY #166

Nachdem ich mir am Wochenende aus einer Laune heraus nur deutsche Filme angeguckt habe – weil die Unna-Trilogie auf BluRay endlich angekommen ist – kann ich mich jetzt ganz entspannt dem… 423 more words

Das Andere

Sorcerer

This riveting unsung 1977 American movie classic is not to be missed as it makes its rightful return to the big screen.  The film is a knuckle-busting thrill ride that deftly incorporates brilliant social and political commentary on crime, labor, and politics.   164 more words

2014 Movies

Rushmore

Music is the most essential part of any film. Its what makes you cry at the end of The Breakfast Club, makes Rocky Horror semi coherent and makes you wish you could jump into the screen and strangle Rose in the Titanic (There was room for two on that door!!) Being a music nerd and a movie junkie its almost as inevitable as Macbeths downfall that I begin writing about those soundtracks and the genius’s behind them that just get it right. 530 more words

Music