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One Mann's Movies Film Review: A Hologram for the King

H is for Hologram. I is for Inconsistent. J is for Jumble. K is for King.

In terms of bankable movie experiences, you can seldom go wrong with a Tom Hanks movie can you? 764 more words

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A Hologram for the King: Review

Tom Hanks has to be one of the most likable actors working today. Like James Stewart before him, he has that rare combination of Hollywood charisma and an ‘everyman’ relatability which often leads to him being the best thing about any film that he’s in. 373 more words


This date in film can be glimpsed on a Teenagersintokyo poster in Richard (Ben Whishaw) and Kai’s (Andrew Leung) bedroom, in Hong Khaou’s understated, impressive debut feature Lilting (2014). 324 more words

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A Hologram For The King

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It doesn’t take a film expert to know that Tom Hanks has a great track record in Hollywood. He has starred in so many of our much loved classics meaning that any film he stars in is guaranteed to muster up a good level of intrigue in the film community. 597 more words

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Review: The Lobster


In this highly imaginative, delightfully absurdist comedy from visionary director Yorgos Lanthimos (Dogtooth), Colin Farrell stars as David, a man who has just been dumped by his wife. 629 more words


Spectre (2015) Review:

Director: Sam Mendes

Runtime: 148 minutes

Cast: Daniel Craig, Christoph Waltz, Léa Seydoux, Ralph Fiennes, Monica Bellucci, Ben Whishaw, Naomie Harris, Dave Bautista, Andrew Scott, Rory Kinnear, et al… 724 more words

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A Hologram For The King

Director: Tom Tykwer (2016)

The desert sun shines a soft light on a middle age crisis in this culture clash comedy drama.

Handsome, sentimental and undemanding, it relies heavily on the charm of a hangdog Tom Hanks to hold our attention. 225 more words

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