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The Lobster (2015)

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It’s time for the first film recommendation of the year (or at least, I think it’s the first one).
This time, I have a film in which they are using the English language to speak and it was made in the year 2015, so pretty boring, right? 390 more words

Where Do I Know That Actor? (Looking Ahead Edition)

Have you seen the TV series Ballykissangel? It’s a lot of fun. UNC-TV first broadcast it probably about ten years ago and I found it to be quirky and charming and all the things that make a British import so enchanting. 206 more words


Seven Psychopaths Review

So I watched Seven Psychopaths…

One of the biggest criticisms of Hollywood at the moment is that there aren’t any original films circulating in the market. 803 more words

Movie Review

Review: The Lobster

Release Date: 16th October
Certificate: 15
Director: Yorgos Lanthimos
Starring: Colin Farrell, Rachel Weisz, Léa Seydoux, John C. Reilly, Ben Whishaw
Synopsis: In a dystopian world where everyone is required to have a romantic partner, single people are sent to The Hotel, an establishment that allows its guests a 45 day stay in order to find a significant other or face being turned into an animal of their choice and released into the wild.  920 more words


'The Lobster': Colin Farrell quiere enamorarse para no convertirse en langosta [Trailer]

The Lobster acaba de estrenar su primer trailer. La cinta está protagonizada por Collin Farrell y Rachel Weisz. En este proyecto, ambientado en un “futuro cercano”, David (Farrell) tiene 45 días para encontrar el amor, si esto no pasa se convertirá en animal y será lanzado al bosque. 177 more words


Can't Lick Salt: John From Hopkinton

1. James Bond author Anthony Horowitz apologized for saying Idris Elba was “too street” to play the part. What actor is currently playing James Bond? 147 more words


True Detective: What Went Wrong?

I didn’t watch season one of True Detective when it aired. A few months after it finished, I decided to finally give it a shot by logging into the HBO GO on my iPad Mini. 676 more words

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