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Movie Trailer: All is Bright (2013)

The first and probably only trailer for the indie dramedy All is Bright has been made available by Anchor Bay Films. It’s got a heartwarming vibe going for it, as Paul Giamatti tackles the role of an ex-con trying like hell to get back on the right path. He’s got a rough road ahead of…

Movie Review: Submarine (2010)

Submarine is a story for grown-ups to remind us of the angst of being a teenager. It’s set in 1980’s Wales and is relayed to us in first-person narrative by 15 year old Oliver Tate (Craig Roberts). His two main concerns are, as he tells us, losing his virginity to his standoffish girlfriend Jordana (Yasmin…

Movie Review: Desert Flower (2009)

Based on her autobiography, Desert Flower tells the story of fashion model Waris Dirie from her Somalian roots to the cover of Vogue magazine, highlighting the despicable practice of female circumcision that still continues today. This is not an ordinary topic for a biopic; its sinister theme should make the movie unmissable but under inexperienced…

Movie Review: Cassandra’s Dream (2007)

Most published critics are idiots. Yet again this verity was reinforced to me whilst popping in and watching one of the latest films by Woody Allen to hit DVD. Cassandra’s Dream was almost wholly ignored in this country, lasting only a couple of weeks in the theaters. Yet, it is one of the two best…

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