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Boring, unemotional movie interrupted by someone cutting onions at every screening | A Star Is Born Review

I really hate romantic, emotional movies. Like, seriously, why do people like this kind of stuff? It’s honestly so boring and over-earnest and I would be able to describe even more how much I hated it if I didn’t have something in my eye throughout the whole thing. 258 more words


Give The Devil His Due: Hugo Haas's BAIT (Columbia 1954)

Every Tuesday during the month of “Noirvember”, I’ll be spotlighting some dark genre gems. Enjoy wandering down the crooked path of film noir!

Welcome to the world of Hugo Haas, King of Low-Budget 50’s Film Noir. 661 more words

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Movie Review: Rex (2017)

Starring: Kate Mara, Ramon Rodriguez and Tom Felton

Directed by: Gabriela Cowperthwaite

The true story based on the life of a young marine corps dog handler who was deployed to Iraq to sniff out IED’s. 709 more words


Bohemian Rhapsody


Me and my mum have very different taste in films – if I love a film, she hates it, if she loves, it I hate it. 878 more words


Running is not a Choice: Identity in Pariah

Pariah, the 2011 film about the intersecting identities of being black and being a lesbian, was an excellent watch. It goes through the difficulties of coming into oneself while trying to stay true to what your parents want, and just how that can affect the relationships you hold dear. 945 more words

New from Every Movie Has a Lesson by Don Shanahan: MOVIE REVIEW: A Private War

(Photo by Paul Conroy for Avirion Pictures via EPK.tv)

Special Presentation selection of the 54th Chicago International Film Festival

A PRIVATE WAR— 4 STARS… 714 more words

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