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Victoria Review

Once upon a time there was a German film called Run, Lola, Run that become something of a global sensation for its frenetic pace, its inventive storytelling, and its sheer novelty. 571 more words


The Actress

One might think that, by now, there would be no stone left unturned when it comes to Nazi-era Germany in the movies. We’ve had films about the Holocaust, the resistance, the start of the war, the end of the war, and the daily lives of soldiers and ordinary people on both sides; we’ve had science fiction films, romances, mysteries and even a few comedies on the subject; so it comes as a surprise that… 1,343 more words


Review Continuity: Think about it

Continuity overwhelms the viewer with questions, but it does not even try to answer them. Read here, why the short film is a view worth anyway. 753 more words


[Last Film I Saw] A Dangerous Method (2011) [7/10]

Title: A Dangerous Method
Year: 2011
Country: Canada, UK, Switzerland, Germany
Language: English
Genre: Biography, Drama
Director: David Cronenberg
Christopher Hampton
John Kerr
Music: Howard Shore… 505 more words

Film Review


Antikörper (2005)
★★ / ★★★★

A woman calls the police because she heard a scream from an apartment a floor above hers. Little do the cops know that Gabriel Engel (André Hennicke), killer of thirteen children, resides there and they are incredibly unprepared to deal with him. 576 more words

Well, I'm Certainly Not Going Through Life With One Hand Tied Behind My Back. -- James Dean


For a guy like me who doesn’t really like it when people tell me what to do and doesn’t really care what the media has to say about things, I usually have to experience something first hand to know whether or not I like something. 1,042 more words

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