Category: film reviews

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Mary and Max

Mary and Max is a little Australian animated film that tells the story of a little 8-year-old Australian girl who strikes up a very unusual friendship with a 44-year-old Jewish American man living in New York, a relationship that spans 20 years.

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Thirst (Korean Film)

Thirst is the film by Park Chan-wook, starring famous Korean actor Song Kang-ho as a Catholic priest who becomes a vampire and must fight the urge to give in his animalistic instinct.

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Precious (2009)

Precious tells the story of a 16-year-old girl who happens to be obese, illiterate and pregnant for the second time. She seems to be good at math, but this doesn’t seem to stop the principal of her school from kicking her out and letting her enroll for alternative schooling, where she meets other problem girls as well as Ms. Rain.

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Cove, The

Winner of many Best Documentary awards – including the first Critics Awards – The Cove shows how 23,000 dolphins are slaughtered on the Japanese city of Taijii.

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Luck (Indian Film)

Ram Mehra is a very unlucky guy. He doesn’t seem to get a break when it comes to his work or his personal life, always struck with bad luck in the aspects were he needs it. In struts Karim Moussa with his silk clothes, a kingpin that deals with high end and deadly bets. He promises Ram a better life as long as he becomes a pawn of human Russian roulette.

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Honokaa Boy

Honokaa Boy tells the story of a boy who ends up living in the small Hawaiian city of Honokaa after he mysteriously falls in love with the place during a failed trip with his girlfriend. There, he meets a bunch of very likable yet quirky people, who end up having an impact on his life.

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Mother (Korean Film)

Mother is a thriller that follows a mentally challenged 20-year-old that becomes the main suspect in the murder of a teenage girl, and his mother must do whatever it takes to prove he is innocent.

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Inglourious Basterds

The Inglourious Basterds are the super secret group of Jewish-American soldiers sent to occupied France to kill and scare the freaking Nazis.

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Treeless Mountain

Treeless Mountain is the heartbreaking story of two girls, 6-year-old Jin and her little sister Bin, who were living in Seoul with their mom until the day she tells them that they must go to their aunt’s place.

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Mancora (Peruvian Film)

Mancora tells the story of Santiago, a 21-year-old Limeño who parties a lot and just doesn’t care about life at all. One early morning, his dad commits suicide, so Santiago is forced to re-evaluate his life.