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Damsel

Damsel is a deconstructed Western comedy that has a solid first half of Western, but once it starts deconstructing just falls apart. The film follows Samuel Alabaster, played with wonderful detail and quirk by Robert Pattinson, as he searches for his love Penelope, forcefully acted by Mia Wasikowska, with a drunk preacher and a miniature pony named Butterscotch. 651 more words

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Movie Review: Alice in Wonderland (2010)

Starring: Mia Wasikowska, Johnny Depp and Helena Bonham Carter

Directed by: Tim Burton

A 19 year old Alice returns to Wonderland, the magical land where she had her childhood adventure. 507 more words

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"Damsel" is a fun genre step for the Zellner brothers, but it's no "Kumiko"

In a review of David and Nathan Zellner’s 2012 film “Kid-Thing”, Variety critic Ronnie Scheib described the writing/directing pair as having a “provocative trademark idiocy.” It’s an apt description, because characters in the brothers’ work tend to be either obliviously or obstinately dense. 1,092 more words

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Kate Winslet, Diane Keaton, Mia Wasikowska to Star in 'Silent Heart' Remake

Kate Winslet, Diane Keaton, and Mia Wasikowska have signed on to star in “Blackbird,” a remake of Bille August’s Danish-language “Silent Heart,” with Roger Mitchell directing. 211 more words

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Kate Winslet, Diane Keaton & Mia Wasikowska To Star In 'Silent Heart' Remake 'Blackbird', With Roger Michell Directing

EXCLUSIVE: Kate Winslet, Diane Keaton and Mia Wasikowska have been to set to star in Blackbird, an English-language remake of Bille August’s 2014 Danish-language pic… 191 more words

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“Damsel” Isn’t in Distress

Damsel is probably the best of a trio of feminist Westerns to grace the big and small screen this year. Woman Walks Ahead, where Jessica Chastain serves as a witness  narrator to the death of Sitting Bull and the end of the Western’s idea of the blood thirsty Indian; and the Netflix’s series Godless, about a town of Western widows who must defend themselves from evil corporate profiteers led by Emmy nominated Jeff Daniels are the others. 155 more words

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REVIEW - Damsel: No damsel in distress in the latest Zellner brother’s feature but a satire on humankind’s absurdity and inner wild

Taking its roots in colossal films made by monumental directors that define today the western genre, the Zellner brothers, David and Nathan, introduce something new and uncommon with a narrative as surprising as it is misleading, and a contemporary feature which constantly verges on absurdity. 542 more words

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