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Beasts of No Nation: Review

2015’s Beasts of No Nation, based on the novel of the same name, is an un-compromising war drama that tells a shocking and touching story soaked in real-world brutality. 622 more words

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Son of Saul - Review

Set in Auschwitz II-Birkenau death camp in 1944, László Nemes’s haunting addition to holocaust cinema presents a claustrophobic living hell. The film follows a day and a half in the life of Saul Ausländer, a Hungarian-jewish prisoner played by a callously stern Géza Röhrig. 505 more words

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Throwback Thursday Video: 'Two Hearts' By Phil Collins

“Two Hearts” was just one of the two #1 hits Phil Collins had from the soundtrack of the 1988 film, “Buster.”

The other was “Groovy Kind of Love.” 79 more words

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Her

After watching Spike Jonze’s Academy Award winning film, Her (2013), I was initially disturbed. The thought of a lonely divorced male becoming intimately involved with his OS system in lack of a real relationship seemed chillingly weird -it didn’t sit comfortably with me, it was just a bit  578 more words

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Review: Son Of Saul

Title:                         Son Of Saul

Certificate:               15

Director:                   Laszlo Nemes

Major Players:         Geza Rohrig, Levente Molnar, Urs Rechn

Out Of Five:             5

Son Of Saul director Laszlo Nemes is 39.  791 more words

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A Farewell: Prince

It only seems fair to talk about the Death of one of the music industries most iconic performers. Even though it may seem unusual for this blog. 259 more words

That's what real partners (and friends) are for

This is one of the most emblematic moments of Cagney & Lacey show. We have the conclusion of Christine Cagney’s alcoholism arc-story. It is among a few other favourite remarkable moments of mine. 107 more words

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