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Seven - A Re(tro)view


Boy, are we a lucky audience when David Fincher decided to step behind the camera as director for the first time. 743 more words

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Early as Hell Oscar Predictions

I’ve been looking forward to what the 2017 film release schedule, and ended up coming up with what looked like Oscar predictions. Aside from casting and directing, there is no logic in the predicting, just a list of the films that are likely to be nominated at the 90th Academy Awards. 389 more words


Occupy Texas

And second up on our pre-festival reviews for the Mill Valley Film Festival…

Occupy Texas opens with a montage during the height of the occupy movement in New York; then quickly cuts to seven years later, when the only occupiers left on the street cannot be told apart from the homeless people begging for change. 614 more words

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Review: Free State Of Jones

Director Gary Ross

Certificate 15

Starring Matthew McConaughey, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Mahershala Ali

Released on 30th October 2016


There are times in Gary Ross’s Free State Of Jones… 606 more words

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Sydney White (2007)


There are only so many ways to tell the story of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, this was not one of them. I applaud the efforts of writers to plug the story into the rigid college social class structures, but the supporting cast doesn’t do enough to sell the story. 19 more words

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Claire Watches: The Judge (2014)

One of those “go back to your roots, rediscover yourself” films but with a bit more depth 855 more words

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Spotlight Review

Catching up on some of the early 2016 UK releases, Lee checks out the Best Picture winning Spotlight. 498 more words

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