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Review: The Second Mother

Title:                          The Second Mother (original title Que Horas Ela Volta?)

Certificate:               15

Director:                    Anna Muylaert

Major Players:          Regina Case, Camila Mardila

Out Of Five?             Four… 824 more words

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A Trip To The Movies: Review - "The Tribe" 8.19.15

As many of you might already know, including my movie meetup and discussion group whom I now see movies with weekly. I have what some may call somewhat of a unique approach to how I pick and choose what films I see. 883 more words

Film Review: ‘Prince’

An uneven but engaging new talent arrives on the scene with “Prince,” Sam de Jong’s brightly stylized writing-directing debut about a Moroccan-Dutch teenager trying to find his way in a world that doesn’t yet extend far beyond his Amsterdam housing project. 574 more words


Big World Picks Up U.S. Rights to Romania's Oscar Entry 'Aferim!'

BERLIN – The U.S. rights to Radu Jude’s “Aferim!,” which was selected on Tuesday to be Romania’s entry in the foreign-language film Oscar category, have been acquired by Big World Pictures. 153 more words


POST-BERLIN UPDATE: Upcoming James Dean Movie gets fall release. Possible Oscar nods for DeHaan and Pattinson?

Anton Corbijn, one of the most reluctant filmmakers around who seemingly makes movies that he is only entirely passionate about, comes up with a new biopic about James Dean – a project he initially turned down. 276 more words

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Film Review: 'H.'

After a mysterious meteor explosion, residents of a rural area in upstate New York begin to fall into what newscasters call “spontaneously induced narcoleptic states” — and unfortunately, so will audiences — in “H.,” an atmospheric yet impenetrable low-budget twist on end-is-nigh blockbusters, enigmatically crafted by hipster filmmaking duo Rania Attieh and Daniel Garcia. 910 more words


Samaritan Girl Movie Review

Samaritan Girl is a movie by acclaimed Korean director Kim Ki Duk. The movie portraits the story about friendship between two  young girls. The relationship between them reminded me of a Malayalam flick by Padmarajan (Deshadanakili Karayarilla – The Migratory bird never Cries), don’t mistake me apart from the relationship the story has nothing to do with the Malayalam flick. 328 more words

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