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Film Review: The Invisible Woman (2013) 1
by / on April 15, 2014 at 8:00 am / in Current Theatrical Releases, Film

Film Review: The Invisible Woman (2013)

It certainly was the best of times for Charles Dickens but it was undoubtedly the worst of times for others. In his second film as director, Ralph Fiennes has conjured up a film of depth, elegance and meticulous design. Set in the 1850’s, The Invisible Woman follows the story of Ellen Ternan (Felicity Jones), a young actress who begins a […]

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Film Review: Only God Forgives (2013) 0
by / on July 16, 2013 at 9:46 am / in Film

Film Review: Only God Forgives (2013)

Premiering at this year’s Cannes Film Festival to initial boos, Refn and Gosling’s second joint effort has proven divisive amongst audiences. You can’t deny Refn’s style has a distinctive formality to it, which is very attractive to look at.

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AFFFF Review: In The House (2012) 0
by / on March 3, 2013 at 8:10 pm / in Current Theatrical Releases, Festivals, Film, Foreign

AFFFF Review: In The House (2012)

The French auteur Francois Ozon has crafted a deftly intelligent character drama interwoven with a psychological thriller that works extremely well in the first two thirds before collapsing under the weight of expectation in its finale.

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AFFFF: Looking For Hortense (2012) 0
by / on March 3, 2013 at 8:04 pm / in Festivals, Film, Foreign

AFFFF: Looking For Hortense (2012)

Damien Hauer (an unkempt Jean-Pierre Bacri) is a down-trodden Parisian professor whose relationship with long-time companion and playwright Iva (Kristin Scott-Thomas) is falling apart. While Iva is getting close to her leading man at rehearsals, Damien has a growing attachment of his own to a young woman he knows from his bookshop, the shy but affable Aurore (Isabelle Carre). Typically […]

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Film Review: Bel Ami (2012) 0
by / on May 30, 2012 at 9:21 pm / in Film

Film Review: Bel Ami (2012)

Someone in Hollywood believes in making a major movie star out of Robert Pattinson. After scoring millions of fans from the Twilight films, the brooding young star is now being lined up in a series of high profile dramas.

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Film Review: The Woman In The Fifth (2011) 0
by / on May 2, 2012 at 1:36 pm / in Film, Foreign

Film Review: The Woman In The Fifth (2011)

Ethan Hawke stars as Tom, a creepy American university professor who arrives in Paris to stalk his ex-wife and young daughter. His wife calls the police and he absconds, encountering subsequent bad luck and winding up broke in a dive of a hotel run by seedy, criminal seeming people.

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Film Review: Love Crime (2010) 0
by / on August 23, 2011 at 10:54 pm / in Film, Foreign

Film Review: Love Crime (2010)

Kristin Scott Thomas opens Love Crime with a bellowing laugh. It is a loud awakening, casting instant awareness and intrigue.

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