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Cafe Society

A new review from The Movie Snob.

Café Society  (B).  I know Woody Allen is a skeezy old moral nihilist who married his lover’s adopted daughter.  219 more words

Written By: The Movie Snob

THE SPOILS at the Trafalgar Studios

Jesse Eisenberg has written and stars in THE SPOILS at the Trafalgar Studios which transfers to the West End after a successful Broadway run. This is a tale of a well off young man imploding amongst a small group of his “successful” compatriots. 75 more words


Of Mobsters and Movie Stars

Woody Allen’s Café Society takes us on a thrilling trip to the highs and lows of 1930s America. 891 more words


Café Society - movie journal #20

Já tinha saudades de uma boa comédia ao tom de Woody Allen. Esta é mais uma das suas histórias com personagens entrelaçadas. O guarda roupa e os cenários dos anos 30 são maravilhosos. 515 more words


Grolsch Canvas: "Cinema's Ruthless Creators"

Please click the image above to read my article for Canvas By Grolsch, about Cinema’s Ruthless Creators.

James Luxford

Rio 2 Review


Back in 2011, Rio was a surprising hit, grossing nearly half a billion at the box office. This animated “Fish out of water” tale of Blue, a domesticated blue macaw bird, and his misadventure in the city of Rio de Janeiro was well met; appealing to viewers with a good story, colorful animation, catchy songs, and celebrity voice talents. 1,200 more words


The Social Network (2010) - slice

The thing about this film is that it is about a very new concept of human society, but it also is an extension of an old one that cinema has always liked in using for narrative drive–interpersonal relationships and drama. 437 more words