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Colossal (Quick Review)

When is a giant monster in a giant monster movie not a bad guy? Simple: when the more villainous creatures are the humans. And I’m not talking about the type of villainy seen in something like King Kong where we take a one-of-a-kind animal from it’s home (which is horrible), I’m talking about a whole different type of evil: Abuse in it’s many forms. 536 more words


What small character drama isn’t spiced up with giant monsters rampaging through Seoul? 15 more words


Traditional Chinese Wood Carving

I found an article by Christopher Jobson on Colossal regarding traditional Chinese Dongyang Wood Carving that blew me away.

“With origins that date back as far as the Tang Dynasty (around the year ~700), the Chinese craft of Dongyang wood carving is regarded by many to be one of the most elegant forms of relief carving in the world. 91 more words


This Week On keithlovesmovies (Week of April 26th)

Here is a look at the movies we will be covering this week, time permitting: 48 more words

Movie Reviews

Film Fight Club Episode 1: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2, a new age of Independent cinema and Bond, James Bond

Film Fight Club kicked off on 2SER 107.3 last night, coming to you Wednesdays at 7:30 with Chris Evans, Virat Nehru & Glen Falkenstein – enjoy the podcast, let us know what you think and if there’s something we should fight about next time… 8 more words

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Movie Review & Interview: Colossal

I was among many lucky ones to first catch Colossal at the Toronto International Film Festival – and I waited many months to see it again and for others to experience. 76 more words

Film Reviews

Anne Hathaway is Back and Better Than Ever in "Colossal"

If you’re anything like me, you might have been wondering “Where in the world has Anne Hathaway been?” for the last couple of years. 

After the one two punch of her Oscar-winning work in  945 more words