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"Birdman" (2014)

Grade: (10/10)

A story of inner conflict and self realization told in an ambitiously brilliant film style, with intelligent writing and near flawless performances.

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Escape Plan (2013)

When a structural-security authority finds himself set up and incarcerated in the world’s most secret and secure prison, he has to use his skills to escape with help from the inside. 77 more words


Morning, everyone. So, going along with the reasons for yesterday’s post, my sister has been asking me to write about one her favorite movies. I told her I would but, since this blog is specifically for movies I haven’t seen before, I couldn’t do it. 746 more words


Gone Baby Gone (2007).

“I don’t play scrimmage. But I don’t fuck with no kids. And if that girl only hope is you, well, I pray for her, because she’s gone, baby. 716 more words

"Without me, all that's left is you." - Birdman: or the Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance Review

I know it’s been a while – don’t worry, I haven’t neglected you.  Had some non-blog related issues to sort out.  Whilst I’ve probably missed the opportunity to see some recent summer blockbusters at the cinema, I decided to do a post-Oscar film catch-up, films that have been on my watchlist for weeks and only just got round to watching them. 1,553 more words


Film Review: Birdman (2014)

Riggan (Michael Keaton), a film actor who once portrayed an iconic superhero, is well past his glory days. He is trying to rejuvenate his career by writing, directing, and starring in an adaptation of Raymond Carver’s “What We Talk About When We Talk About Love,” This is a gorgeous and original film about making meaning of our lives and struggling to figure out what is truly important and how to live an authentic existence. 704 more words