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It Follows by Director David Robert Mitchell

It Follows by Director David Robert Mitchell

Film Review - 21 June 2016

It follows is an American horror movie that was released last year. This movie is directed by David Robert Mitchell, who is also the writer,…

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Olivier Assayas’s Clouds of Sils Maria: A captivating melancholy drama.

Olivier Assayas’s Clouds of Sils Maria: A captivating melancholy drama.

Film Review - 6 May 2016

Olivier Assayas’s film-making journey has been a long and fruitful one. The 60 year old film director, screenwriter and film critic started his career by…

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Tangerine director Sean Baker

Tangerine director Sean Baker

Film Review, Sean Baker - 13 April 2016

Sean .S. Baker made his debut into the film making industry in 2000 with “Four Letter Words”, an 82-minute feature film about the lives and…

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Ex Machina – Review

Ex Machina – Review

Film Review - 29 March 2016

Alex Garland’s “Ex Machina” is Captivating and Mind Blowing Masterpiece. Alexander (Alex) Medawar Garland, a forty five year old London born screenwriter, novelist, film producer…

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The 5 best mafia movies ever

The 5 best mafia movies ever

Cinema Culture - 1 March 2016

Not very far from casino films, mafia movies make us dive into crime and suspicion. Let’s see (again) or discover the 5 best ever.

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The best casino films ever

The best casino films ever

Cinema Culture - 1 March 2016

Gamblers, or let’s just call them “casino enthusiasts” love to sit down and watch a good gambling or casino based film. Casinos in movies are…

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71 Directed by Yann Demange

71 Directed by Yann Demange

Film Review - 24 February 2016

71 is an action movie filmed in the Northern Ireland region and is directed by Yann Demange and written by Gregory Burke. 71 is a…

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Testament of Youth, my review

Testament of Youth, my review

Film Review - 1 February 2016

This movie is based on The Testament of Youth, a bestselling memoir written by Vera Brittain. The journal features love, desolation and loss during the…

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The Wolfpack – Review

The Wolfpack – Review

Film Review - 1 February 2016

This movie walks a risky line in documentary ethics but without a doubt, it’s one of the most perplexing and confronting stories in a long…

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A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence – Director Roy Anderson

A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence – Director Roy Anderson

Film Review - 25 January 2016

The plot of the film onsets with three monographs on death. In one of them, a young man has died in a cafeteria on board…

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