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Isle of Dogs


Isle of Dogs (2018)
★★ / ★★★★

As a visual exercise, it cannot be denied that “Isle of Dogs” excels. Its stop-motion animation is a dream to observe even without sound, the dogs are aww-shucks adorable (even the ones that bite), images unique to Japanese culture inspire curiosity, and there is courage in employing different styles of animation when, for example, we are watching something through a television or looking into someone’s memory. 544 more words

Well, I'm Certainly Not Going Through Life With One Hand Tied Behind My Back. -- James Dean

Sausage Party (2016)

Elevator Pitch.

In Shopwell’s Grocery Store the products for sale start their day with an energising song and dance routine and then wait for the “Gods” to select them and take them to “The Great Beyond”. 435 more words

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The Incredible Hulk 2008

Scientist Bruce Banner desperately seeks a cure for the gamma radiation that contaminated his cells and turned him into The Hulk. Cut off from his true love Betty Ross and forced to hide from his nemesis, Gen. 44 more words

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Reeling: Spike

This week: One of cinema’s biggest trailblazers has a new film out in UK cinemas this week. To celebrate, let’s look back on Spike Lee’s illustrious career. 1,386 more words

Reeling: A Column About Film

we're all part of the same compost heap

Fight Club was one of the first “adult” novels I read and even though it was PALE and MALE af, I found it relatable on many levels. 1,714 more words

Edward Norton Weekend - Fight Club (1999)

Director: David Fincher

Writer: Jim Uhls (Screenplay) Chuck Palahniuk (Novel)

Starring: Edward Norton, Brad Pitt, Meat Loaf, Helena Bonham Carter, Jared Leto, Zach Grenier, Richmond Arquette… 610 more words

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Movie Review: ISLE OF DOGS - Charming, funny, and typical of Anderson's style, but I'm not exactly sure who it's meant for.

I have a love/hate relationship with Wes Anderson’s movies.  On the plus side, I’m a huge fan of Rushmore and The Royal Tenenbaums, and I enjoyed… 1,275 more words

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