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Film Review: Colossal (2016)

Release Date: September 9th, 2016 (TIFF)
Directed by: Nacho Vigalondo
Written by: Nacho Vigalondo
Music by: Bear McCreary
Cast: Anne Hathaway, Jason Sudeikis, Dan Stevens, Austin Stowell, Tim Blake Nelson… 488 more words


Anne Hathaway is Big in South Korea (Colossal film review)

I liked Anne Hathaway before it was cool to like her again. I also like movies with giant monsters. When I heard writer/director Nacho Vigalondo had combined the two into a film called Colossal, I thought it was quite possibly the most genius idea since the Reese’s peanut butter cup. 318 more words



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Film Review: Colossal

If I had to use just one word to describe Colossal, it would be “unique,” but I’m going to use a whole lot more. Colossal is a darkly funny, dramatic, unpredictable, and a slightly emotional film that manages to look at some heavy material in a considerate manner; despite it’s absolutely absurd premise. 493 more words

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Colossal- Movie Review

Colossal is a really interesting film, a genuinely exciting concept that uses traditional metaphors to craft a multifaceted character study. Intriguing? Yes, but while the film’s concept makes for some great gags and genuinely deep moments, it unfortunately becomes a product to the rules of its universe by the end of the film, and changes its themes, feeling bloated and disorganized. 194 more words


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The green-headed stepchild of the Marvel universe.  So this is about a scientist by the name of Bruce Banner (Edward Norton).  He has had an experiment involving gamma radiation done in his past which causes him to change into a green monster when he gets too excited.   405 more words



With an ingenious premise, talented leads and a trailer that suggests something really unique and interesting, it is disappointing that Colossal fails to fully realise the potential of the scenario. 747 more words

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