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Waltz with Bashir melds together documentary and narrative in order to present this disassociation between memory and reality for veterans long after the war.
What if your best friend gets accused of abusing your child? Would you believe your child or your best friend?
Be prepared for the most annoying bus ride of your life. And no, you can’t get off the bus.
Quite frankly, the most heartbreaking film I’ve ever seen.
Set during the Manchurian rule of the Qing Dynasty, the Empire had set up an assassination squad known as the Guillotines set to kill anyone who dared to oppose the Emperor.
Sophie Scholl: The Final Days chronicles the last days of Scholl’s life after she’s caught distributing ‘anti-government’ printouts during the not-so-final days of Nazi Germany.
Mary Elizabeth Winstead deserves more than just critical acclaim: she should have been an Academy Award nominee by now thanks to Smashed.
Soderbergh delivers an interesting piece about the pharmaceutical industry that is heavily influenced by a traditional noir narrative.
By the end of Season 2, Nucky Thompson had a great future ahead of him. 15 months later, however, Season 3 puts Nucky on a downward spiral in many ways.
Season 2 of Homeland is still very watchable despite bordering between being a drama/spy thriller and a melodramatic soap opera.