Category: film reviews

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Pacific Rim (2013)

Under the hand of Guillermo Del Toro, I’m glad to say that Pacific Rim is not only a hell of an spectacle, but it’s also a very solid film for the not-so-good 2013 summer film season.

1

Man of Tai Chi (2013)

When Master Yang’s temple is selected to be torn down because it’s so old, Tiger accepts a man’s fighting offer for cash to repair the place, but as he fights, he begins losing his humanity in Keanu Reeves’ directorial debut.

3

Passion (2012)

De Palma throws in a couple of edgy elements to this remake of a French film. Instead, of course, Passion can’t even excel in what the other did right.

2

Crime d’Amour (2010)

Kristin Scott Thomas plays Christine as a mean b!tch who likes to play around with people, until she meets her perfect assistant Isabelle.

8

Spring Breakers

Harmony Korine’s neon fantasy world assaults the senses with repetition, booze, boobs, and dubstep, only to show his contempt for Spring Break culture.

5

Flukt (Norwegian Film)

Ten years after the plague swept the land, a sole family is on its way when a group of bandits attack them, killing them all but their young daughter.

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Something in the Air (French Film)

Set in the turbulent France of the early 70’s, Olivier Assayas’ Après Mai focuses on Gilles, a young radical high-school boy whose time is basically spent in riotous student movements, painting, and amorous relationships.

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Despicable Me 2

If there’s one thing I learnt from Despicable Me 2 is that there’s no party like a minion party.