Category: film reviews

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Computer Chess

Proving itself as a smart and layered work that practically begs for a rewatch, Andrew Bujalski’s film will more than likely leave you lost in a loop for days.

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Adore (2013)

This melodramatic tale of two mothers in love with the others son will be sure to stir up some discussion with its unconventionality.

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Byzantium

Ranking up with Thirst and Let the Right One In when it comes to the best modern vampire works, Byzantium is a gorgeous, well-written film that boasts great performances.

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Veer-Zaara

Have you ever been in love? So in love that you’re willing to give up your life not being with the person you love, only for the peace of mind that by doing so, they’ll have a decent life.

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Blue Jasmine

Woody Allen delivers a rather average and anxiety-inducing drama that luckily features an excellent performance by Cate Blanchett.

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In A World

Lake Bell has established herself as a genuinely smart and funny voice for women in comedy with her feature directorial debut.

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Jurassic Park

A rich eccentric old man with a good heart takes it upon himself to build an environmental park filled with dinosaurs that end up eating the tourists.

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National Security (Korean Film)

Set in 1985, National Security is based on the memoir by Kim Keun-tae, a democratic activist who was kidnapped and tortured for 22 days under the orders of gruesome police inspector Lee Geun-an, better known as The Undertaker.