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The Fall: We All Need Someone to Help Pick Us Up

Review by Amber

“Los Angeles: once upon a time.” From the moment it begins, The Fall sets the stage for a fairytale; we expect beauty, magic, and wonder—and… 1,145 more words

Movie Reviews



Focus Features/Gramercy Pictures

Directed by Tarsem Singh

Produced by Ram Bergman/Peter Schlessel/James D. Stern

Written by David Pastor/Alex Pastor

Generally when I go to the movies I plan it out what I’m going to see the day before. 983 more words

Science Fiction Drama

Self/less (2015)

The most surprising thing about Self/less occurred approximately 115 minutes into the film itself, when it revealed that Tarsem Singh was the director. Tarsem is known for lavish visual cinematic canvases such as… 311 more words


Self/less Box Office Prediction

Amid the many sequels and family fare populating the multiplexes right now, Ryan Reynolds will attempt to lure audiences in with the sci fi thriller Self/less, out Friday. 135 more words


Horsehead (2014)

Directed by Romain Basset

Released by Artsploitation Films

Starring: Lilly-Fleur Pointeaux, Catriona MacColl

The Movie

The debut from French writer-director Romain Basset, HORSEHEAD (2014) is a stylish horror film that blends modern cinematic techniques with the European elegance and brutal violence of the Italian horror surrealists, Mario Bava, Lucio Fulci and Dario Argento. 1,645 more words


The Fall (2006)

As epic movies go, The Fall didn’t make much money ($3.2 million). Yet it is unforgettable, one of the most beautiful films I have ever seen. 905 more words

Beautiful Men

The Alchemy of Storytelling in Tarsem's The Fall

I first watched the engrossing visual spectacle that is Tarsem Singh’s flawed but terribly under appreciated The Fall (2006) on the 3rd of this month. I loved it. 3,594 more words