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Demonlover (2002) Movie Review

This review of Olivier Assayas’ Demonlover is part of the New French Extremity Retrospective series.

The premise of Olivier Assayas’ 2002 film Demonlover sounds like that of a sleazy exploitation film: business suits battle over the corporate control of violent online pornography, some animated and some far too real. 355 more words

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Golden Exits

A beautiful young Australian woman named Naomi (OF COURSE she’s named Naomi) movies to New York City to fuck with the marriages of two different couples. 409 more words

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The Snowman - Film Review

The body of a desirable young woman artfully displayed at a crime scene. A tauntingly sadistic serial killer with an offbeat calling card. And a drunken, rulebook-shredding cop with a penchant for flattering winter wear. 608 more words

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THE SNOWMAN

“The Snowman struggles under the weight of its own considerable budget and expectations, offering little or nothing of the mood and atmosphere that’s so synonymous with Scandinavian film and television.” 438 more words

The Snowman (Tomas Alfredson, 2017)

Now I truly know what Freud meant by the unheimlich. I sat there, watching Michael Fassbender, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Toby Jones, Chlöe Sevigny and other people I know I’ve seen before, and yet the only reasonable explanation for The Snowman is that it was made by an entire cast and crew who not only have never made a film before, but have never encountered the very hypothetical concept of film before. 338 more words

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Lean On Pete ⭐⭐⭐

Andrew Haigh proves he is great at quietly understating yet heartfelt drama with his first 2 films, Weekend and 45 Years, and he adapts that style as he turns Stateside with the story of a 15 year old boy who lives with his philandering single father in Portland, Oregon who works for Steve Buscemi’s racing horse owner on odd jobs taking care of his horses, in particular, Lean On Pete, who is getting on a bit and face being sold off to Mexico. 168 more words

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1997 Movie Review: GUMMO, 1997

GUMMO, 1997
1990s Drama Movie Review
Directed by Harmony Korine
Starring Jacob Reynolds, Chloe Sevigny
Review by Alex Haight

SYNOPSIS:

Lonely residents of a tornado-stricken Ohio town wander the deserted landscape trying to fulfill their boring, nihilistic lives. 377 more words

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