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Archive for October, 2017
 
 
 
 
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Jonathan’s Perspective: Men, Women, and Children is a good reminder of why we both like and dislike Jason Reitman. (“love” and “hate” feel a little too strong in this context.) The movie is getting slammed pretty good by ...

 
 
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Review: Mike Leigh’s biopic opens to a slow pan of the Dutch countryside to eventually reveal Mr. Turner, a teapot figure looming on the horizon demanding as much attention as a smudge on a clear canvas. Like the artist he is, ...

 
 
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Review:  Have you ever been a spectator at the photo-exhibition performed by the photographer himself? If not, Wim Wenders and Juliano Ribeiro Salgado granted this opportunity all the admirers of social photography. “Salt of th...

 
 
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[Review] – ‘Fury’

 
 
 
 
 
 
October 26, 2014
 



Review: For some reason the war genre will never run dry. It’s something which makes us all sit down, edge of seats and jaws in line to drop. There’s just a large area to work with, routes to go down and characters ...

 
 
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Review: Morten Tyldum’s biographical drama begins with a Prestige-esque “Are you paying attention” voiceover that’s beautifully spoken in the cut British accent of Benedict Cumberbatch. The rest, as they say, is his...

 
 
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Review: I have been amazed to realize that, since “Husband and Wives” in 1992, Woody Allen has directed one movie a year. It feels controversial : how can someone can stay creative, self-critical, original even, with writing an...