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The Lost City of Z


Lost City of Z, The (2016)
★★★ / ★★★★

“The Lost City of Z,” written for the screen and directed by James Gray, would fit right in had it been released in the 1970s when movies of this type were still being made and seen by adventurous audiences or viewers who may temporarily crave for adventure. 548 more words

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

REVIEW: King Arthur: Legend of the Sword (2017)

The following is a review of King Arthur: Legend of the Sword – Directed by Guy Ritchie

I’m not one of those people who is an expert on Arthurian mythology, but I do quite enjoy the story as a whole. 507 more words

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'KING ARTHUR: LEGEND OF THE SWORD' (2017) Movie Review - Thoroughly Enjoyable From Start To Finish

So i know what you’re probably thinking… “here we go again with yet another rendition of the King Arthur story”. And i get it, it’s exactly what I thought when I wasn’t impressed too much by the trailers and when the poor reviews came out. 823 more words

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Amazon Original Movie 'The Lost City of Z' Stream: How to Watch the Movie Online

The Lost City of Z is an original movie via Amazon and the action flick stars big names including Charlie Hunnam, Robert Pattinson, Sienna Miller. … 443 more words

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'The Lost City of Z'

Visually grand, James Gray’s (The Immigrant, Two Lovers) The Lost City of Z is an old-school adventure yarn as British explorer Major Percy Fawcett spends large parts of his life in Amazonia searching for the elusive lost city of Z. 84 more words

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TIFF 2017 Review: 'Papillon' (2017) ★★★★★

I think what is important to remember about every film you see based on a book but was made decades ago is that, my dear friend, it’s not a remake. 271 more words

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Toronto Film Review: 'Papillon'

Steve McQueen and Dustin Hoffman were at the height of their stardoms in 1973, and Franklin J. Schaffner’s original “Papillon” film that year was a prestige vehicle scaled for greatness — at two-and-a-half hours that felt longer, treating its epic tale too solemnly for some tastes. 664 more words

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