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Tim Blake Nelson to Star in Indie 'Tribe' (EXCLUSIVE)

Tim Blake Nelson is set to star in the indie “Tribe,” written and directed by Sabrina McCormick and Soopum Sohn.

Gretchen Mol and Marcelo Olinto also star. 199 more words


Colossal Review

As a film fan I absolutely love it when I find hidden gem movies, and that was the case last night when I finally saw the Anne Hathaway film, … 893 more words

Sundance Film Review: Blue Caprice (dir by Alexandre Moors)

(The Sundance Film Festival is currently taking place in Utah.  This week, I am reviewing films that premiered at and/or received a prize at Sundance.  Tonight, I take a look at the 2013 film, Blue Caprice.) 800 more words


Maraton z MCU, odc. 2 - Niesamowity Hulk (2008)

     Pierwszy film w ramach tworzącego się filmowego uniwersum Marvela odniósł niemały sukces. Iron Man niemal z miejsca zdobył serca milionów widzów. Jakiś czas później premierę miał  1,336 more words


Fantastic Four (2015, dir. Josh Trank)

Five young scientists gain superpowers after opening an interdimensional portal. Unnecessary reboot/origin story which takes an age to get going and doesn’t really have a plot. 16 more words

Eamonn's Reviews


Generally speaking, giant monster movies aren’t all that scary. They tend to be about the spectacle of skyscraper-sized kaiju stomping their way through some Asian or American city, causing enormous collateral damage as they either destroy the military or duke it out with some other monster. 951 more words


Colossal - an oddball of a monster movie

How to describe Colossal, the 2016 offering from writer and director Nacho Vigolondo? It’s an oddity of a movie:  it’s got a small cast, a limited scope, relatively few special effects, and yet with all that, it’s still about a giant monster knocking down buildings in South Korea. 498 more words