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Far from the Madding Crowd Movie Review

In the beginning of the movie, Bathsheba Everdene (played by Carey Mulligan) promises that she will astonish everyone. And astonish them she does.

Everdene is an orphan and a farmer who, after a stroke of good fortune (or bad fortune, it depends on how you view the death of an uncle), inherits an extremely wealthy and large estate. 524 more words

Movie Review

Little Boy (2015)

I was expecting to bury Little Boy in an avalanche of negativity once I found out a late plot point that made my jaw drop. This inspirational Christian independent film is set during World War II and features a pint-sized moppet, Pepper (Jakob Salvati), whose only real friend is his father (Michael Rapaport), who is now serving in the fight in the Pacific. 368 more words


At First Glance: “By the Sea”

Reunited on screen couples or duos are sometimes the only thing needed to drive a film. Add in the fact that the set of actors are well known, and can usually draw big crowds, and you’ve got yourself a potential winner, well before any real footage is actually seen. 1,065 more words


Film: Molière

Watch if you love:

  • sass…oh so much sass
  • Shakespeare, but you’ve read everything like 12 times already cause you’re an over achiever
  • disguises
  • beautiful costumes or you just generally have a flair for fabrics…
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International Film

BAHUBALI : A Milestone of Indian Cinema

Bahubali is getting wonderful reviews. Honestly I never thought Indian cinema could give such a movie in years to come.

Bahubali was amazing in its VFX. 276 more words


Period film: Far From the Madding Crowd (2015)

Bathsheba Everdene (Carey Mulligan) has inherited a farm from her uncle. Independent and fiercely determined, Bathsheba will do anything it takes to not only keep the farm in working order, but restore it to its former glory. 484 more words


The Age of Adaline (2015)

What happens when you mix the films of Douglas Sirk with a heavy dose of magic realism? The results might just look like The Age of Adaline… 386 more words