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Solace Review
Solace Review
Solace Review
 

Solace – Review

 
 
 
 
 
 
September 14, 2015
 



Solace Review: In a previous paper, I extolled the necessity of watching the first movie of a new director on the market. ‘Solace’ is sadly the best example that I am wrong. Alfonso Poyart was lucky enough to leave the humble p...

 
 
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Dheepan Review poster
Dheepan Review poster
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Dheepan – Review

 
 
 
 
 
 
August 31, 2015
 



Dheepan Review: It’s always smirkingly funny to hear someone saying: “Cannes is always about wankers, about movies that take themselves way too seriously, and the Palme d’Or is increasingly boring”. For one, Cannes way never ab...

 
 
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Pixels Review Poster
Pixels Review Poster
Pixels Review Poster

Pixels – Joint Review Jonathan’s Perspective: If you had any doubts about the antecedent of Chris Columbus’ premise-only action-camp comedy Pixels, you can quickly put them to bed about five minutes into the prologu...

 
 
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Victoria Review
Victoria Review
Victoria Review
 

Victoria – Review

 
 
 
 
 
 
July 16, 2015
 



Victoria Review: I am usually not a big fan of eponymous movies. Giving the name of the hero to the movie shows a lack of inspiration, or a deliberate intention to be lazy about the title… But I don’t want to be stubborn, espec...

 
 
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Love & Mercy Review
Love & Mercy Review
Love & Mercy Review
 

Love & Mercy – Review

 
 
 
 
 
 
July 13, 2015
 



Love & Mercy Review: I bet you haven’t ever heard about Bill Pohlad, but you must have seen at least some of his work, given that he produced masterpieces like ‘Brokeback Mountain’, ‘Into the Wild’, ’12 Years a slave’ or ‘T...

 
 
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Terminator Genisys Review
Terminator Genisys Review
Terminator Genisys Review

Terminator Genisys – Joint Review Theo’s Perspective: The worst start of the franchise. Period. And I’m here thinking back on this Cameron’s interview where he would proudly attest that ‘Terminator – Genisys’ is the...