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Based on the memoir of Vera Brittain, Alicia Vikander and Kit Harrington topline this Great War love story which portraits a nation hardened but united by the travesties of combat. Documentarian James Kent’s first feature posit...

 
 
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Here played with unrivalled magnetism by J.K Simmons, Terrence Fletcher is a music instructor full of hard insults and homophonic gags; a fierce oppressor who makes R. Lee Ermey’s Full Metal Jacket drill sergeant look like a pi...

 
 
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Think a human Mr. Burns (Simpsons) with extreme mummy issues and you’ve got some measure of Steve Carell’s egocentric John du Pont. The self-proclaimed “Golden Eagle of America”, who sports an impressive beak to match, is at th...

 
 
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[Quick Review] – ‘Wild’

 
 
 
 
 
 
November 26, 2014
 



Based on the novel by Cheryl Strayed and helmed by Jean-Marc Vallee (Dallas Buyers Club), this human-interest story accounts an anguished soul, played here by Reese Witherspoon, who walks hundreds of miles to slip her skin like...

 
 
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Review: Film criticism, I think, must take into account a film’s intent, whether or not it aligns with your personal wants and needs.  I also recognize the legions of ‘Hunger Games’ book fans, and acknowledge that I have not la...

 
 
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This month we saw the very anticipated Interstellar as Christopher Nolan returned with another mind bending, reality breaking film. After countless films which just seem to nail movie goers to their cinema seats as every film g...