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Black Sea

This is an interesting move by Kevin MacDonald, who directed the really quite good Forest Whitaker vehicle The Last King of Scotland, and also the epic Roman sandal and toga flick… 1,068 more words



I don’t know about the motivations of the people she highlights, but you gotta admit that many good points are made in this parody.

I think Sinead is pissed at white men, especially those in these white identity movement leadership roles, who are blaming white women for the demise we are seeing in white cultures of Europe and America. 700 more words


Marley - A Bob Marley documentary

This documentary is the life story of musician, revolutionary and legend Bob Marley, from the early days to international superstardom. Features rare footage, performances and interviews.Released in 2012 and directed by Kevin MacDonald. 26 more words


REVIEW: How I Live Now

Plot-wise, not a lot separates Kevin MacDonald’s “How I Live Now” from prestige film “Atonement.” (And yes, going beyond the fact that both feature Saoirse Ronan.) The two films feature the discovery of young, passionate love that gets torn asunder by global warfare. 220 more words

Movie Reviews

'11.22.63': 'The Rabbit Hole' Review

‘The Rabbit Hole’ is the first part of an eight part mini series that sees ‘Jake Epping’ (played by James Franco) presented with the chance to travel back to the ’60’s to attempt to prevent the assassination of JFK, which in turn could prevent a number of horrific parts of history as we know it. 405 more words

Science Fiction

Flash Movie Review: Life in a Day

It does not always occur to me; only when I am telling someone the significance of an item I am showing them. The things I have purchased to display in my house all have a story. 474 more words


Sundance Film Review: ‘Sky Ladder: The Art of Cai Guo-Qiang’

The spectacular visual displays of the Chinese-born artist Cai Guo-Qiang — firecrackers igniting the perimeter of a massive installation, an army of pyrotechnic pixels bursting in unison over a desert landscape — lend an undeniably cinematic razzle-dazzle to “Sky Ladder.” Those eye-catching elements aside, Kevin Macdonald’s latest documentary is a slender but involving portrait of this internationally renowned figure, touching on how the difficulties of growing up and working in his home country have informed a style at once uniquely dynamic and deeply rooted in classic Eastern traditions. 774 more words

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