Posts Tagged: Review

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Electrick Children

Describing a film as ‘shoegaze’ is a pretty unusual thing to do. It sounds like the film is so bad or so scary that the only place you can look is at your feet. But there just isn’t a suitable

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Electrick Children

Describing a film as ‘shoegaze’ is a pretty unusual thing to do. It sounds like the film is so bad or so scary that the only place you can look is at your feet. But there just isn’t a suitable

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Moonrise Kingdom (Wes Anderson, 2012)

For those of you lucky enough to be experiencing a film by Wes Anderson for the first time, Moonrise Kingdom (2012) is perhaps his most idiosyncratic, bombastic film, proving either utterly charming or totally twee for the budding ‘Wesbian.’ In

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Moonrise Kingdom (Wes Anderson, 2012)

For those of you lucky enough to be experiencing a film by Wes Anderson for the first time, Moonrise Kingdom (2012) is perhaps his most idiosyncratic, bombastic film, proving either utterly charming or totally twee for the budding ‘Wesbian.’ In

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Plurarity vs. Polarisation – Battleship (2012)

There are no two ways about it, Battleship (2012) is a very odd film. First there are the obvious things, like the fact it is based on a board game which lacks any narrative context, or the fact that it

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Plurarity vs. Polarisation – Battleship (2012)

There are no two ways about it, Battleship (2012) is a very odd film. First there are the obvious things, like the fact it is based on a board game which lacks any narrative context, or the fact that it

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The Kid With a Bike/Le Gamin Au Vélo (Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne, 2011)

“When one is really alone, objects take on another type of importance” – Pierre Dardenne The Kid With a Bike (2011) does not offer anything in terms of psychological insights, it just shows characters as they react and interact. Cyril

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The Kid With a Bike/Le Gamin Au Vélo (Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne, 2011)

“When one is really alone, objects take on another type of importance” – Pierre Dardenne The Kid With a Bike (2011) does not offer anything in terms of psychological insights, it just shows characters as they react and interact. Cyril