The Tribe, the first full-length feature from Miroslav Slaboshpitsky, is presented in Ukrainian sign language, minus any subtitles or spoken dialogue, and contains instances of horrific violence (and quite graphic fornication) during gruellingly long takes that invoke many questions as to how certain scenes were even achieved without any genuine physical harm to the young men and women involved. 488 more words
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Post-Frances Ha, any film about a wayward twenty-something female and the close friend she slowly loses seems destined for immediate (and probably lazy) comparison to Noah Baumbach’s 2012 hit, particularly one sharing a black and white colour palette. 511 more words
Steve takes a look at two movies on opposite ends of the spectrum in this week’s Steve At The Movies, with “Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2″ and Disney Nature’s “Monkey Kingdom”. 19 more words
Sony gives the people what they want!!! We await Christmas Day Annihilation!
UPDATE: The movie will be shown in a number of independent theatres such as the Alamo Drafthouse in Texas and a number of theatres in Los Angeles.1,414 more words