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INDIGNATION (2016): For The Dialogue, Style & Performance By Logan Lerman...

I really liked Logan Lerman’s work in Stuck In Love (2012), so after seeing the very intriguing  Indignation trailer, a date with the James Schamus directed drama was guaranteed.  195 more words

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Film Review & Trailer: Indignation

Frances Winston felt that Indignation would have been a better film if it had been less wordy and with less explanations! 

Directed by: James Schamus – Starring: Logan Lerman, Sarah Gadon, Tracy Letts, Linda Emond, Danny Burstein, Ben Rosenfield, Pico Alexander, Philip Ettinger, Noah Robbins… 380 more words

Culture & Arts

Indignation: Film Review

*SPOILER ALERT* 

Indignation is a small film that won’t set the box office alight or have mainstream appeal but if you’re a fan of Logan Lerman… 463 more words

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Indignation - Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)

Overview

Logan Lerman makes the case for himself that as much as he could be just another Hollywood heartthrob, he actually has the acting chops to perhaps follow in the footsteps of Leonardo DiCaprio with time. 881 more words

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Cinema Review - Indignation

Marcus (Logan Lerman), a working class Jewish boy from New Jersey is awarded a scholarship at Winesburg college in Ohio in the 1950s. Beliving this to be a place of study, learning and free expression, Marcus throws himself into this new life, but it is not long before he has caught the Dean’s (Tracy Letts) ateention for not socialising, is questioning authority candidly and falling in love with the beautiful but troubled Olivia (Sarah Gadon). 430 more words

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CHRISTINE (2016)

 Greetings again from the darkness. On July 15, 1974, television news reporter Christine Chubbuck read a prepared statement and then committed suicide on-air by putting a gun to her head and pulling the trigger. 402 more words

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WIENER-DOG (2016)

A film by Todd Solondz

Cast: Greta Gerwig, Keaton Nigel Cooke, Tracy Letts, Julie Delpy

Wiener-Dog, a work of dark distress which disguises itself as an archly cynical comedy and Todd Solondz has nailed it so right, on the money. 218 more words

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