Tagged: amy recommends

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Mommy (2014)

A widowed single mother, raising her violent son alone, finds new hope when a mysterious neighbor inserts herself into their household.

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Mad Max: Fury Road

Used as a high-octane blood bag by an eager War Boy, Mad Max will run into the rebel Imperator Furiosa on an adrenaline pumped race for freedom, survival and redemption.

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Congress, The (2013)

The Congress, which features once again the “actor/actress playing as himself/herself” card, something seen more frequently in television rather than film. This time, however, Robin Wright happens to be the main act in this partially animated film.

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Whiplash (American Film)

A first year hopeful drummer wants to be one of the greatest jazz drummers, for that, he’ll need the guidance of a short-tempered teacher in search of music perfection, who will mentally-manipulate you, shout and verbally abuse you to get what he wants.

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Jigarthanda

A Tamilian gangster musical comedy following the life of a filmmaker trying to write a script based on the life of one of the craziest psychopaths of southern India.

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Haider

Vishal Bhardwaj is back with his third Indian adaptation of Shakespeare, Hamlet, set against the heavy 90s political backdrop of the northern snowy Kashmir region.

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Dexter – Season 1

Following closely the novel Darkly Dreaming Dexter by Jeff Lindsay, the first season works as an origin story following Dexter through a journey of self-discovery that will put him face to face with the Bad Guy of the season: The Ice Truck Killer.

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Over the Garden Wall

Following many of the aesthetics of Disney’s Silly Symphonies, two unlikely brothers find themselves lost in a -seemingly quite haunted- forest where they meet a creepy lantern-carrying Woodsman, as well as a talkative enchanted bluebird named Beatrice who will join them in their journey back home.