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Layer Cake

As a Guy Ritchie fangirl, this used to be my go to film for those who’ve exhausted his roster of jacked up crime flicks.  Although, produced by the same company behind… 209 more words

Kingsman: The Secret Service

The Kingsman movie, based on the comic series by the same name, has more than earned it’s R rating. The movie is extremely violent, involving many gory deaths ranging from being sliced in half, to head explosions, all of which is onscreen. 219 more words


Their Finest

Their Finest is based on a book about World War II era British filmmaking titled Their Finest Hour and a Half. I’m not sure why the title was shortened, as the original title is rather clever. 1,138 more words


Film Review: King Arthur: Legend of the Sword

We all know a variation of the story of King Arthur and Excalibur – an unsuspecting boy pulls a sword from a stone and is destined to rule Camelot, guided by the wise hand of Merlin the Wizard. 807 more words

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Being Julia

From the description of Being Julia, I didn’t get my hopes up very high. It sounded like a mildly interesting period piece, probably decent quality but not something that would make all that great an impression on me. 1,273 more words


Fish Tank

Mia is the epitome of the “troubled teen,” in this case a British troubled teen. She is 15 years old and lives in a rundown neighborhood in East London on a council estate (public housing—kind of like “the projects” in the U.S.). 2,206 more words


Trespass Against Us

“I can’t live like this no more. I can’t do it. I’ve had enough.” 337 more words