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3 months ago
Room 237 frustratingly unlocks the iconic hotel door and opens up to theories of sheer lunacy. Subjectivity. Everyone has an opinion. After all, film is art. One viewer may see symbolism behind a certain colour choice or camera shot that the direc... Read the full review »
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3 months ago
The Rage: Carrie 2 rapidly frustrates with its unnecessary repetitious continuation of a classic. Approximately twenty years had passed since De Palma’s legendary adaptation of King’s high school horror captivated audiences. Twenty years of ci... Read the full review »
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4 months ago
Meet The Spartans kicked Britney Spears, Paris Hilton and my soul into a deep, dark pit of death...300 times. “This is just a cheap spoof of that ‘300’ film”. That, right there, is a literal quote from this coma-inducing parody. An abomina... Read the full review »
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4 months ago
Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy decodes le Carré’s informative novel into a taut spy thriller. In a game of chess, strategy must be dictated within a minimal set of moves in order to establish a victory plan. Observing the opponent’s mindset and ho... Read the full review »
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4 months ago
The Graduate celebrates an individualistic degree through a rebellious seductive affair. Education. School. University. Youths study laboriously to achieve a certification of results, optimistically indicating their achievements. Multiple years of... Read the full review »
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4 months ago
Song of the Sea lyrically paints Irish folklore with limited narrative brushing techniques. In Celtic and Gaelic mythology, a selkie is a seal with the ability to shed its skin and become human, a process known as therianthropy. The enormous Mac L... Read the full review »
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4 months ago
Paddington adds charming zest to its deliciously sweet marmalade. What defines a home? Is it the delightful warmth exuding from the lavished shelter we call our abode? Or is it the accumulated heirlooms and contents that decorate the spacious room... Read the full review »
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4 months ago
We Need To Talk About Kevin nihilistically captures mental deterioration through a youthful massacre. Motherhood. The femininity of parental guidance many believe vital during a child’s upbringing. The sacred unbreakable bond between mother and... Read the full review »
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4 months ago
Cloud Atlas transcends linearity to present an ambitious alignment of souls. A raindrop. Manifesting its elliptical shape at the edge of its existence. Building up water, the stream of life to which fauna and flora live by. Its heavy weight causin... Read the full review »
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4 months ago
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon poetically orchestrates a timeless love story through stylistic martial arts. 18th Century Qing dynasty, China. A sprawling blank canvas perpetuates the endless perimeters of the fictitious Wudang Sect. The paintbrus... Read the full review »
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4 months ago
The Sixth Sense exploits the helpless afterlife for an extrasensory psychological family drama. “I see dead people”, confesses a young and vulnerable Cole. The iconic line of dialogue that surrounds itself with metaphysical delusions, connecti... Read the full review »
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4 months ago
Book of Shadows shreds its horror pages for a spineless psychological abomination. ‘The Blair Witch Project’ was an incredibly rare case where word-of-mouth propelled it to mass financial success. Nobody would knew if the Black Hills footage w... Read the full review »
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4 months ago
Partly Cloudy casts a cutesy yet cumbersomely animated tale of cumulus proportions. Ever wondered where babies come from? Biology would suggest parts of the male and female anatomy, which shan’t be divulged in this review (let’s keep it PG...)... Read the full review »
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4 months ago
Sherlock Holmes adapts the eccentric detective through narrative mysticism and visual flair. Victorian London, 221B Baker Street. Home to the medically inclined Dr. John Watson and the reclusive yet ingenious private detective Sherlock Holmes. Emb... Read the full review »
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4 months ago
Coco Before Chanel withdraws its fashionable fabrics for a fastidious tribute. Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel, arguably the most iconic French fashion designer to remove corseted silhouettes and liberate the female populous by introducing casual chic... Read the full review »
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4 months ago
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4 months ago
The Party places differing ideologies in one vapid yet tauntingly humorous room. A soirée featuring middle-class professionals, discussing observational parliamentary politics over some burnt vol-au-vents, should never have been this traumatic fo... Read the full review »
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4 months ago
Rain Man downpours an acute awareness for autism through a earnest cross-country comedy-drama. Savant syndrome, often associated with the autism spectrum disorder, is a mental condition that enables the individual to excel at a skill related to me... Read the full review »
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4 months ago
102 Dalmatians packs an additional “woof” within its spotted story. Diggy-diggy-dog, diggy-diggy-dog. Remember when Disney’s live action remakes used to have heart and were not solely made to generate innumerable amounts of money? No? Well,... Read the full review »
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