Category: film reviews

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Fantasma (2006)

In Fantasma, Argentine director Lisandro Alonso brings back the non-pro protagonists of his first two features, both hailing from remote rural areas, for a screening of his second feature in a modern urban facility.

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Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is an entertaining movie that at the same time opens the door for new sequels, but can still stand on its own. It also can be watched more than once, if you are interested in all the little details that you missed the first viewing.

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Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

While J.K. Rowling should have written this film as a book first, and let an actual screenwriter do the job of adapting it for the film; Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald sure will make for interesting conversation among fans.

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Farewell, My Queen

Based on the novel by French historian Chantal Thomas, Les Adieux à la Reine tells the fictionalized relationship that Queen Marie Antoinette had with her reader during the final days before the French Revolution in 1789.

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Field in England, A (2013)

Wheatley confirms, once and for all, his immense versatility and creative quality with the puzzling and odd A Field in England, a very low-budget film of avant-garde experimentalism featuring grotesquely appealing cinematography, rough humor, and a wildly violent side that not even his bleak Kill List can come close.

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Fighter, The

The Fighter tells the story of Micky Ward as he struggles to make it as a professional boxer under the care of his crack-addicted brother Dicky and his controlling mother Alice.