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Movie Review: Aquarius (2016)

In “Neighboring Sounds,” Brazilian director Kleber Mendonça Filho’s first feature, the focus is on the anxiety that grips a middle-class neighborhood in Recife (Brazil’s fifth largest city), that has residents so fearful of their safety that they hire security guards to protect their buildings. Also set in Recife, Mendonça Filho’s Aquarius narrows its focus to…

Movie Review: Carnage (2011)

Based on the play “God of Carnage,” by French playwright Yasmina Reza, Roman Polanski’s latest outing, Carnage, follows 2010’s “The Ghost Writer,” a film unceremoniously swept under the rug. Not to suffer the same fate, the retitled, Brooklyn-transplanted (an impressive facsimile utilizing special effects and careful production design, mimicking the real thing adeptly despite having…

Movie Trailer: Carnage (2011)

Being the responsible parents that they are, when their boys get into a scrap in the schoolyard, the Cowan’s and Longstreet’s meet up to discuss the events. As the day progresses, however, it’s these “upstanding” parents that act more outrageous and childlike. Based off of the play “God of Carnage,” Carnage, directed by Roman Polanski,…

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