Category: film reviews

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Winnie the Pooh (2011)

Winnie the Pooh is gentle and heart-warming and it’s just the right kind of film for anyone who wants a simple film with plenty of chuckles and smiles.

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Wolf of Wall Street, The

Martin Scorsese’s black comedy adaptation of Jordan Belfort’s biography is currently my favorite film of the decade in spite of its content and multiple amusing (yet fucked up) douchetastic moments.

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Wolverine, The

The Wolverine didn’t have to do much to be better than that other Wolverine solo adventure film. And I’m glad to say they went above and beyond their duty.

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Woman in Black, The

The Woman in Black does a good job at setting the dark and creepy atmosphere during the film, backed up with good production desgins and nice camerawork. However, the screenplay works against the film.

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Woman in Chains

Clouzot’s final film is a psychosexual rollercoaster filled to the brim with color that tells of a love triangle between a photographer, an artist, and a lonely housewife.

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Women Play Twice

Onna-tachi wa Nido Asobu, or Women Play Twice, is the film cut from the BeeTV Mobile drama about five different women entwined by a writer with little imagination.

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Women, The (1939)

The Women is about women… one of them, Mrs. Stephen Haines loses her husband — never to be known as other than the shape of a man — to a perfume counter girl, a bitch named Crystal.

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Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman is the best thing out of the DCEU, and while that’s not saying much what with how irregular that franchise has been since its beginning, this film is good on itself.