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The Disaster Artist (2017)

They say Hollywood loves movies about movies, so I guess that’s why we the people have been gifted with The Disaster Artist, another entry in the genre of self-validating cinema. 586 more words

Western Movie Reviews

The World According To Garp (1982)

Directed by George Roy Hill


Warner Bros.
Pan Arts

Distributed by Warner Bros.

Release date

  • July 23, 1982

Running time

136 minutes Country… 346 more words

The 20 Best Teen Comedy Movies from the 2010s (So Far)

After a slow start, the 2010s are proving to be a strong and diverse decade for coming-of-age films. There have been feminist darlings like Lady Bird… 2,421 more words

The Disaster Artist (2017)

In 2003, the mysterious Tommy Wiseau delivered one of the most bizarre cinematic experiences in history, the cult film, “The Room.”  Considered by many as one of the worst films of all time, “The Room” still gets screened in theaters worldwide, and oddly enough, the shows are almost always sold out.  406 more words


I Got Life! (Aurore)

A deliciously funny romantic comedy, I Got Life is a reminder that with love and determination, there’s always hope. In the picturesque seaside town of La Rochelle, Aurore (Agnès Jaoui) is having a bad day. 854 more words


The Magic Flute

The re-release of The Magic Flute, part of the BFI’s Ingmar Bergman centenary celebrations, is a joy and a delight. Filmed for Swedish television in 1975, the film soon gained international critical acclaim. 1,070 more words


I, Tonya

I, Tonya, a biographical black comedy-drama that’s more than just about the attack on Nancy Kerrigan in 1994, rival of figure skater Tonya Harding – the film even acknowledges in a tongue-in-cheek manner that that is what the audience is waiting for – it’s really about the tragedy behind the woman that became a joke after the infamous incident. 543 more words

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