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REVIEW: What Maisie Knew (2012)

Young Maisie (Onata Aprile) is caught between her feuding parents, Susanna and Beale (Julianne Moore and Steve Coogan), as they go through a bitter custody battle. 285 more words


MUTE [2018]

Mute takes an old noir concept and throws in into a tumble drier. The basic plot is one we all know: Leo loves woman, woman disappears, Leo looks for woman. 588 more words


Mute: A review.

Duncan Jones is a Filmmaker whose work I always look forward to. From his Seminal science fiction film Moon to his faithful recreation of Azeroth in  524 more words


Melancholia (2011)

The term “depression” is thrown around so recklessly by some people that it’s actually insulting to those who are going through it. Most people, especially those who have never experienced it, believe it is when you are feeling down or little sad but in actuality, it’s much, much worse. 509 more words

Film Review

Mute (2018)

Man, this has taken a critical hiding and I can’t really understand why.

Sure, it isn’t to everyone’s taste – the narrative structure is a little ragged, it takes some very dark turns and ends up in some really disturbing places but it has a sustaining, thought-provoking lyricism to it even when it is permeated with almost paralysing feelings of horror and dread. 140 more words

Film Reviews

Review: Mute

Written by Michael Robert Johnson and Duncan Jones and directed by Jones, “Mute” is a futuristic sci-fi neo-noir that follows Leo (Alexander Skarsgård) a mute Amish man living in Berlin some forty years in the future as he searches for his missing girlfriend Naadirah (Seyneb Saleh). 786 more words


Pool Games

Back in the day,  my friends and I used to play this game called ‘watch hunt’, where we would set up a watch to chime once every minute and then drop it into the swimming pool. Whoever …

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