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Movie Review: Unlocked (2017)

London. One of the nerve centers of world government. Home of the Houses of Parliament, St Paul’s Cathedral and Buckingham Palace. Home of black cabs and the Tube. Home to a thousand nationalities and one of the most cosmopolitan metropolises in the world. Home of the elastic ruler, the clockwork lamppost and the inflatable knitting…

Movie Review: Mr. Turner (2014)

Mike Leigh’s film Mr. Turner centers on the last twenty-five years of the life of the acclaimed 19th century English landscape painter, J.M.W. Turner. Though the film, with the strong assistance of cinematographer Dick Pope, succeeds in capturing the look and feel of the time as well as the essence of Turner’s beautiful landscapes and…

Movie Review: Calvary (2014)

In a world grown cynical, decency stands out, but often only to be mocked and abused. In Georges Bernanos’ novel The Diary of a Country Priest, a sickly, humble, and idealistic young priest pays the ultimate price for the spiritual lethargy of his parish, while Father James Lavelle (Brendan Gleeson) in John Michael McDonagh’s brilliant…

Movie Review: Trap for Cinderella (2013)

Trap for Cinderella dramatically explodes with a fire in a tranquil French villa leaving Micky (Tuppence Middleton) with serious burns and a complete loss of her memory. Fortunately for Micky, her guardian Julia (Kerry Fox) is there to steer her in the right direction and help her regain her past. But when Micky’s ex-boyfriend Jake…

Movie Trailer: Dark Tide (2011)

Is 2011 becoming the year of the shark? Possibly, as the US has “Shark Night 3D” coming out this year, Australia has “Bait” (also 3D coincidentally) and now comes Dark Tide. This film, however, promises to be more of a dramatic thriller as opposed to the mindless body chomping guaranteed by the other films (although…

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