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Turbo Kid (2015)

Turbo Kid (2015)

Raven Banner

Directors: Anouk Whissell, François Simard, Yoann-Karl Whissell 664 more words


Director Neil Armfield on Holding the Man and why it’s important

Note: spoilers

“There was a time, it seemed not so long ago, when your friends at the ages of 30 and 40 were dying, people were going to funerals week after week. 728 more words



Remember those family vacations you used to take as a kid? Remember those movies about family vacations you used to watch as a kid? Did your childhood also involve long, music-filled car trips where you bonded with your siblings, or a series of now heavily-syndicated Chevy Chase ’80s nostalgia pics?  352 more words


Movies - The Duff Review (or 'Perfectly Acceptable Light Entertainment')

So it’s Saturday night. As usual, the offerings on TV are more than a little crap and – as is the case for me at the moment – I’m drained after another bad result from United and all the associated social media fallout and meltdown from other fans that comes with it. 669 more words

Film Reviews

Private Resort (1985)

The story of two adolescent boys who are guests at a Florida resort for the week-end. Their only interest is, of course, chasing girls, but fate has much more in store for them. 82 more words

REVIEW: Portland Street Blues (1998)

1998, Golden Harvest/B.O.B. and Partners Limited/Everwide (H.K.) Limited

Raymond Yip
Raymond Chow
Wong Jing
Manfred Wong
Manfred Wong (screenplay) 905 more words

Film Reviews

Um... Why?

A review of Zipper (2015)

By David M. Farrington

David ‘n the Dark Rating: 3/10

While I was watching Zipper, the newest Patrick Wilson thriller to open in theaters, my mind kept drifting back to the Bill Clinton/Monica Lewinski scandal.  1,497 more words