Tagged: mood: casual

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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.

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Hulk (2003)

In this failed attempt to jump start The Hulk on its own franchise, Ang Lee attempts to work as outside of the box from what has become the custom for blockbuster superhero movies by creating an eclectic amalgamation of somber atmosphere by exploring the pathos of Bruce Banner’s messed up collective unconscious.

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Masters of Sex – Season 2

Season 2 of Masters of Sex was anything but memorable or enjoyable. It was uneven and surprisingly flawed. A serious step back compared to Season 1.

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November Man, The

Pierce Brosnan is back as a spy! As Peter Devereaux, an old and tired former CIA agent/problem solver, he has to deal with corrupt CIA agents, corrupt Russian politicians, and a former secret agent trainee. Why? Because this time, it gets personal.

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Lucia (Kannada Film)

Unable to sleep at night, a man takes a new sleeping pill, known as Lucia, that will blur the line of dreams and reality.

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Annabelle

Annabelle relies a tad too much on shock value instead of a spooky atmosphere. That said the movie has many eerie moments and some great sequences.

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Judge, The (2014)

A cheeky wiser-than-thou lawyer goes back to his hometown of Carlinville (Indiana) to attend his mother’s funeral and deal with his estranged father, who has just been accused of running over someone.

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Vanished Elephant, The

El Elefante Desaparecido follows the life of novelist depressed for the mysterious loss of his girlfriend, when he receives and envelope with a series of magnified photographs unleashing a series of even weirder events.

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F Word (Film), The

In this Canadian take on the indie rom-com at the hands of Dowse, The F Word (or in its more US-friendly title: What If), we get Kazan opposite Daniel Radcliffe as the quintessential quirky oddballs bantering about Elvis, poop and the Fool’s Gold Loaf.