Tagged: mood: outrage

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Call Me Kuchu

In 2009, Ugandan politician David Bahati introduced a draconian bill that would make homosexuality in the country punishable by death. Moreover, anyone who knowingly harbored a lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender person — or “kuchu” — would also be held criminally accountable.

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Savages (2012)

Oliver Stone’s Savages displays compelling and frustrating characters along with gory crime scenes and beautiful scenery.

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Compliance (2012)

Craig Zobel’s look at a dark, twisted crime that really happened teeters the line between being exploitative and not, while delivering an impressive movie.

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Expendables 2, The (2012)

All in all, The Expendables 2 is an entertaining movie that will at the very least make you chuckle, provided you leave your brain at the door.

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Oldboy (2003)

Dirty walls. A bed. A bathroom. A television. Meals that mysteriously appear three times a day. Complete and utter isolation. This is Oh Dae-su’s existence for 15 years.

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Haine, La

Mathieu Kassovitz’s black and white 1995 French film, La Haine, still captivates after all these years.

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Iron Lady, The

The Iron Lady is a non-linear ‘biographical’ film on Margaret Roberts, the daughter of a grocery shop owner with a political knack, who would eventually become Margaret Thatcher, the first (and only) female Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.