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Tribe review
Tribe review
Tribe review

The Tribe Review: “The Tribe” is not only Cannes Critics week winner, but the first Ukrainian movie ever being presented in the competition of Cannes Film Festival. It has no spoken language, no subtitles, but even without verb...

 
 
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Moby Dick Review
Moby Dick Review
Moby Dick Review

Moby Dick Review: Jaws meets The Perfect Storm in this two-part period drama, based on Herman Melville’s American Renaissance novel of the same name. William Hurt flawlessly stars as Captain Ahab, a self-destructive son-of-a-gu...

 
 
Debate
 
A Debate In 3D
A Debate In 3D
A Debate In 3D

A Debate In 3D One of the big ‘advances’ to impact cinema in the last few years has been the resurgence of 3D movies. Thanks to the blockbuster success that is ‘Avatar’ in 2009, every action movie nowadays feels the need to bri...

 
 
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Mommy Review
Mommy Review
Mommy Review
 

Mommy – Review

 
 
 
 
 
 
October 13, 2014
 



Mommy Review: It feels impossible not to have heard about the ‘Mommy’ phenomenon, the very one that left Cannes’ Festival last May with the “Jury’s Price”, just two steps under the famous “Palme d’Or” (The Golden Palm), that aw...

 
 
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Gone Girl Review
Gone Girl Review
Gone Girl Review

Gone Girl – Joint Review The taste of love is sweet; when hearts like ours meet.  I fell for you like a child; oh, but the fire went wild. – Johnny Cash, “Ring of Fire” Josh Adam’s Perspective: Let...

 
 
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Working On A Film Shoot
Working On A Film Shoot
Working On A Film Shoot

Working On A Film Shoot Recently, I had the good fortune to be working on a film shoot. As with all shoots, it was intensely collaborative, and required the efforts of well over a dozen people to pull it off. The team consisted...