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Loving the Familiar in 'The Lobster'

Early on in Yorgos Lanthimos’ new release, The Lobster, set in a curiously ordinary dystopian future where maintaining social order means controlling human relationships, David (Colin Farrell) finds himself stranded when his wife leaves him for someone else. 631 more words

Black Eye

Hair heaven...

Rachel Weisz

Hair Heaven

It’s time to contemplate the hair again…

Which do you like best?


The Lobster

Grade: B-

The Lobster is bleak.

I’m writing this having just left the theatre. I’m writing this the way the characters in the film speak, devoid of any emotion. 828 more words


The Lobster

There are certain movies that come out where you read the premise and get the general idea of how it might play out. The Lobster is not one of those movies. 582 more words

366 Movies/366 Days Challenge - #57 The Lobster

When we turn our heads to the left it means “I love you more than anything in the world” and when we turn our heads to the right it means “watch out, we’re in danger”.

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Film Review: "The Lobster"

The Lobster (R)

Release Date: 5/13/2016 (USA)

Run time: 1 hrs, 58 mins

“The Lobster” has been on my most anticipated list for 2016 since the trailer first dropped. 583 more words

The Critic's Demise

"The Lobster"

“The Lobster”
Directed by Yorgos Lanthimos

“The Lobster” is a surrealistic view of love, loss and loneliness. It’s also an editorial on what it means to be an adult who commits the crime of remaining single in a modern culture. 350 more words

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