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Moulin Rouge!: An Underrated Popular Film

In 2001, Baz Lurhmann created a musical romantic comedy, the second film as part of his Red Curtain Trilogy, set in the Monmartre Quarter in Paris, France, 1900, Moulin Rouge! 457 more words


Mary and the Witch's Flower Review

Mary and the Witch’s Flower opens with an explosive getaway from a magical heist, scattering glowing blue seeds that alter the very makeup of the forest they land in. 612 more words

Mary & The Witch's Flower

Pretty! Colours!

“We are going home. Together. All of us.”

Endearingly sweet. For a moment there, I was worried I wouldn’t like this – but ultimately it’s too charming to resist.

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Mary and the Witch's Flower


Studio Ghibli may be defunct, but here’s the first release from its successor, Studio Ponoc, and it’s apparent pretty much from the word go that the resulting film couldn’t be more Ghilbli-esque if it tried. 377 more words


Radio Times: Mary and The Witch's Flower, and Please Stand By reviews

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Mary and the Witch's Flower review: Dir. Hiromasa Yonebayashi (2018)

Making a leap from mild to full-blown fantasy, director and former Studio Ghibli visionary Hiromasa Yonebayashi follows up his Oscar-nominated film When Marnie Was There… 395 more words

Film Reviews

Moulin Rouge! (2001) Review

Time: 127 Minutes
Age Rating: Contains offensive language and sexual references
Nicole Kidman as Satine
Ewan McGregor as Christian
Jim Broadbent as Harold Zidler… 995 more words