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Review: The Lobster

What a bizarre experience, this might take some time to unpack!

Set in a dystopian future, single people are rounded up to live in a hotel with the goal of finding a partner within forty-five days. 474 more words


Reel Quick: The Lobster

The Lobster (2016)

Starring: Colin Farrell, Rachel Weisz, John C. Reilly, Ben Whishaw

Directed by: Yorgos Lanthimos (Alps, Dogtooth)

Synopsis: Absurdist dramedy set in a dystopian future where being single is basically unlawful to the point that any person without a mate is given 45 days to find a partner or is turned into an animal of their choosing.  1,386 more words

Reel Quick

The Lobster (2015)

Weird, whacky & wicked but equally dull, sterile & vapid, The Lobster is a strange beast that actually begins quite well but tumbles down the road after the halfway mark to conclude on a rather uninteresting note. 444 more words

Film Review

Bright Star (Campion, 2009)

Atoning for a past of artful but turgid films choking on their own bloated sense of importance, director Jane Campion delivered her finest work to date with  521 more words

Perfume: The Story of a Murderer

Released 2006 Rating 15 in UK Director Tom Tykwer Writer/s Andrew Birkin, Bernd Eichinger, Tom Tykwer Starring 172 more words


SUFFRAGETTE || 2015, UK || Period Drama || Directed by – Sarah Gavron / Written by – Abi Morgan / Produced by – Nik Bower, Hannah Farrell, Rose Garnett, Cameron McCracken, Teresa Moneo, Alison Owen, Tessa Ross, James Schamus, Andy Stebbing, Faye Ward / Music by – Alexandre Desplat / Cinematography by – Eduard Grau / Editing by – Barney Pilling / Production design – Alice Normington / Costume design – Jane Petrie / Starring – Carey Mulligan, Helena Bonham Carter, Brendan Gleeson, Anne-Marie Duff, Ben Whishaw, Meryl Streep / Running time: 106 mins.

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Spectre - Overview/ Review (With Spoilers)


Bond once again is back, but with more oversight than ever, can he remain capable of doing what needs to be done to prevent hundreds, if not thousands, of lives from being destroyed? 1,071 more words