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DEN OF THIEVES review

Gerard Butler playing a brutal cop… sold. Just… just sold. Take my money, I’m so down.

The movie looks like it’s about two factions, the criminals, and the gritty cops tasked to bring down the criminals. 1,626 more words

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Drive: Neo-Noir, Synthpop, Tone Poetry

(Check out my previous Refn essay on Valhalla Rising if you haven’t already.)

2011’s Drive was Nicolas Winding Refn’s first true Hollywood Feature. The screenwriting and much of the casting was done before he joined onto the project, and this itself was only achieved because the film’s star Ryan Gosling (Driver) would only join the project if he could choose the director. 904 more words

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Moot Point release Debut King Moot Album

Moot Point are proud to announce the release of the debut album from King Moot, a Dorset-based electronic duo.

It Just Fell follows last year’s single, … 130 more words

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The Foreigner (Cliff Martinez) - Film Score Review

Composer: Cliff Martinez
Label: Sony Classical
Tracks: 15

The Foreigner is set in the United Kingdom, and is based on a novel written in 1992 about an immigrant restaurant owner whose daughter is killed in an IRA-linked terrorist stack. 501 more words

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Schizopolis (1996) Brought Soderbergh Back to Home Base Only to Burn It to the Ground

One of the most exciting aspects of September’s Movie of the Month, the irreverently cerebral Steven Soderbergh comedy Schizopolis, is in trying to figure out exactly who it’s for. 1,178 more words

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The Neon Demon (2016)

The Neon Demon is about the deadliness of artifice, the predatory nature of corporate industry built on facades, on what lies without rather than within, and in a literal, horrific sense, what such artifice can do to you. 1,457 more words

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Drive

Directed by Nicolas Winding Refn, Drive is the story of a Hollywood stunt driver of few words, who moonlights as a first-class getaway driver-for-hire in the criminal underworld. 361 more words

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