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Film review: Imperium

While I don’t often write film reviews (aside from short opinions on iTunes, perhaps), once again I felt compelled to; this time after watching the dross that is… 539 more words

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Double Red Carpet with Daniel Radcliffe

Daniel Radcliffe was in London on 23rd Sept for two of his movie premieres with Empire.

Instead of the usual single-movie event, he graced the event to promote two of his recently released movies, Imperium and Swiss Army Man. 173 more words

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Review: Imperium

Directed by Daniel Ragussius

Certificate 15

Starring Daniel Radcliffe, Toni Collette, Tracy Letts, Chris Sullivan

Release 23rd September 2016

 

It takes a brave director to pick a subject like white supremacy for a debut feature.  742 more words

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Wiener-Dog (2016)

3/4

It might be easy to mistake Wiener-Dog for Todd Solondz’s cutest and ‘nicest’ film yet, starring as it does a wandering dachshund that passes from owner to owner in the film’s 90 minutes, forming the wiggly connective backbone of four separate stories. 521 more words

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'Christine' Trailer Exhibits Rebecca Hall's Psychologically Unnerving Performance as Christine Chubbuck

The first trailer for the second film of the year about Christine Chubbuck — the newscaster who, in 1974, committed suicide on air — has arrived, and it’s just as disquieting as you’d expect, and is totally centered around what looks like a wrenchingly disturbing performance from star Rebecca Hall. 346 more words

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CHRISTINE (2016): New Trailer For Christine Chubbuck Movie Starring Rebecca Hall, Michael C. Hall...

Directed by  Antonio Campos and starring Rebecca Hall, Michael C. Hall, Tracy Letts, Christine tells the story of Christine Chubbuck, a TV news reporter who killed herself during a live television  broadcast… 53 more words

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FILM REVIEW: Indignation

Indignation (James Schamus, 2016)

Indignation, based on the 2008 novel by Philip Roth, begins with Marcus Messner’s philosophical musings on death. He considers how every choice we make ultimately leads up to our final moment of life. 511 more words