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  • Getting Lost in a Part

    Getting Lost Part

    Films: A Double Life Format: Internet video on laptop. I didn’t know anything about A Double Life going into it. What I discovered soon after starting is that... Read more

    The 30 April 2017 by   Sjhoneywell
  • At War.


    Granted one of the books I am looking at is fictional and the other is non-fiction, but both of them deal with that topic and especially the theme of effective... Read more

    The 29 April 2017 by   Jamesswezey
  • Box Office: Non-Blockbusters Have Fared In Recent Weeks

    Office: Non-Blockbusters Have Fared Recent Weeks

    The Fate of the Furious just blew away the record for .... blah, blah, blah .... and made more in one weekend than the annual GDP of...blah, blah, blah...but... Read more

    The 17 April 2017 by
  • Get Out (2017) – Review

    (2017) Review

    Jordan Peele's directorial debut Get Out is truly a cinematic experience. How wouldn't? It's a witty satirical pitch-black comedy about racism served in horror... Read more

    The 03 April 2017 by   Paskalis Damar
  • Klute


    "Don't feel bad about losing your virtue... Everybody always does." In her early work, Jane Fonda seemed little more than ditzy showbiz offspring, suited to... Read more

    The 20 March 2017 by   Christopher Saunders
  • Iron Fist’s Season Finale “Dragon Plays With Fire”: Not With a Bang But a Whimper

    Iron Fist’s Season Finale “Dragon Plays With Fire”: Bang Whimper

    Sigh. Not with a bang but a whimper. That's my instant reaction to Iron Fist's season finale, which upends all the good work done in the latter half of the... Read more

    The 20 March 2017 by
  • Logan (2017)

    Logan (2017)

    Director: James Mangold Writer: Scott Frank, James Mangold, Michael Green (Screenplay) John Romita Sr, Roy Thomas, Len Wein, Herb Trimpe, Craig Kyle, Christophe... Read more

    The 09 March 2017 by   Newguy
  • Kong: Skull Island (2017) – Review

    Kong: Skull Island (2017) Review

    Among the most ancient colossal monsters in Western cinemas, Kong is possibly one of the most formidable. Almost always plotted out as an antihero, the giant ap... Read more

    The 09 March 2017 by   Paskalis Damar
  • Moonlight (2016) – Review

    Moonlight (2016) Review

    At a glance, Moonlight resembles the spirit of Richard Linklater's magnum opus, Boyhood, in a way that it follows the twisted voyage of a boy to become man,... Read more

    The 19 February 2017 by   Paskalis Damar
  • Girlfriend’s Day (2017) Review

    Girlfriend’s (2017) Review

    In a city which hails greeting card writers like movie stars everything falls apart for Ray Wentworth who was a very successful Romance writer. Read more

    The 19 February 2017 by   Caz

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