Category: film reviews

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Noah (2014)

The most notable changes Aronofsky does with Noah is presenting the main character with extremist traits, providing the story a villain and giving a voice to women, which isn’t something you would notice on the Bible.

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Hundred-Foot Journey, The

An Indian family from Mumbai flee their country and settle in a rather remote, but quaint, ville in the south of France where they open an Indian restaurant in front of a one-Michelin-star place.

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Nora Noh (Documentary)

During the Japanese occupation of Korea, Nora Noh was married off early to escape the horrible fate of comfort women across East Asia, though she later divorced and ended up studying fashion design in the US. The rest is, of course, a not-so-well-known story.

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Aachi & Ssipak

The global economy has broken down, the cities collapsed and our common energy sources have dramatically been reduce to the point that we’ve turned our attention to human feces as a source… poop as an economic tool.

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Like Father, Like Son (2013)

The Nonomiya family lived a normal life. However, they are dealt with a huge blow when the hospital tells them about an accident regarding their 6-year-old-son Keita.

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Bangalore Days

Three cousins from Kerala move to Bangalore to live the best days of their lives, or so they thought.

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Locke (2013)

Tom Hardy delivers one of his finest performances to date as he takes us through a self-destructive journey in which his character gets too many phone calls while driving inside a car.

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Only Lovers Left Alive

He is an incurable nostalgic, wrapped up in memories of a glorious past. She lives in the present, enjoying everything, nourishing her soul just by being alive. Love is what brings them together.