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Rules Don't Apply

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Many younger films fans of this generation will associate the name Warren Beatty with the recent Oscar controversy more than anything else. This is somewhat a shame as after some quick investigation it’s clear that Beatty is highly acclaimed in many fields of film-making. 533 more words

Cinema Screenings

Badlands - Review


Terrence Malick is a filmmaker whose work has divided audiences all across the board, for there are people who would argue his work is meaningless babble with beautiful imagery and others find poetry inside of his visual storytelling. 1,021 more words

Film Reviews

Syrian Dust: Reporting from the Heart of the Battle for Aleppo (Borri)

Like others, I think, I’ve paid a great deal of attention to the struggles immigrants face in trying to get here. I’ve even read some about the difficulty that some face getting here, like  440 more words


Review: Grace and Frankie Season 3 Episode 13 "The Sign"

Unfortunately, the finale of ‘Grace and Frankie’ lacks the conflict, emotional intensity or relationship focus that makes this series so enticing and beautiful. Instead, it attempts to tie up too many loose ends and therefore each feels underwhelming. 109 more words


The Dead Zone (1983)

David Cronenberg tackles Stephen King with The Dead Zone, a conventional 1983 thriller that is not without deeper meaning. The screenplay Jeffrey Boam turns the 1979 novel of the same name into an episodic yarn and Michael Kamen’s pronounced but isolated score encapsulates the frosty environs. 553 more words


The Way by Emilio Estevez

I’m an avid movie buff. I watched this movie yesterday with no expectations. And it’s a charming, quiet, sometimes funny and tragic movie about a man who walked the Camino de Santiago in lieu of his deceased son. 173 more words

Camino De Santiago

Review: Grace and Frankie Season 3 Episode 11 "The Other Vibrator"

The final moments of this episode are shattering. There are instances of humour amongst the emotional intensity that eventually climaxes with the realisation of how much the viewer cares for these characters. 97 more words