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Opposite your Enemy

Enemy    ★★★★☆     dir. Denis Villeneuve

Fantasy, identity and memory are twisted in this dark, expressionist, psychological thriller.

Sly and finely-crafted, it is based on José Saramago’s 2002 novel The Double… 371 more words

Sci-fi

Spiders and Fascism

Okay, so today we’re going to talk about ‘Enemy’, but I need to lay something on you first. I am probably going to accidentally be spoiling a lot of the movie for you. 1,026 more words

Mankind Is Yet To Recognize My Genius

Death Becomes Her (1992)

Director: Robert Zemeckis

I am such a nostalgic person. I can’t seem to let go of films from my childhood, and my obsession for them just keeps growing as I age. 530 more words

Film Archive

Review - Enemy

There’s double trouble to be had in Denis Villeneuve’s compulsive and uncompromising psychological descent into a world of neurosis, nightmares and arachnids.

Loosely based on José Saramago’s 2002 novel… 671 more words

Reviews

Enemy (2015) - Itsy Bitsy Giant Massive Freakin Spider

Synopsis: A man seeks out his exact look-alike after spotting him in a movie

My Take

Dennis Villenueve has made two films with Jake Gyllenhaal; tense, moody child abduction thriller Prisoners; and Enemy. 509 more words

Movies

Enemy - in UK cinemas now. . .

My review of the mind-mangling picture appears over at Flickering Myth now.
It can also be read here… go see it though. Seriously good.

Directed by Denis Villeneuve. 427 more words

Film Reviews

The Idolmaker and White Nights Low Points of CIFF

These two movies from director Taylor Hackford premiered at the festival during the eighties and mark those oldest films I saw at the Chicago International Film Festival. 792 more words

Chicago International Film Festival 2014