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From its opening toothpaste commercial and maddeningly catchy jingle, Sion Sonos most recent masterpiece reveals its ability to engross, entertain and supply audiences with an electric charge of out-there, quirkily crazy humour. In Why Dont...
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(1955) Bette Davis, Richard Todd, Joan Collins, Jay Robinson, Herbert Marshall, Dan O'Herlihy, Robert Douglas. Dir Henry Koster.
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Let me caution you before I start this review MAPS TO THE STARS is a very, very hard movie to like. It's directed by David Cronenberg from a script by Bruce Wagner, a novelist whose books are chiefly focused on Tinseltown and its singular...
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One thing Ive decided to do this year is to make an effort to visit more of many different cinemas we have here in Sydney. Ive already been to quite a few, so Ive got a head start on my goals to eventually visit all of them.
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A fine greetings to all that is still reading this blog. Welcome to Day 4 of Gorefest. Well after the extremely goofy, crass flick of yesterday's Blood Diner I am hoping today's flick will be creepy yet messy. Bloody but suspenseful. Looks like...
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Well hello there and welcome back for Day 3 of Gorefest. I know the last two films were sadly lacking in the gore department and the nudity was not vast but I am pretty certain this film offer both in a larger abundance.
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Welcome back readers if I have any left to Day 2 of Gorefest. Now admittedly most of the movies I will be viewing has a few gore gags in here but quite a few of these discarded stinkers are just worth viewing to riff on and mock.
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(2014) Colin Firth, Samuel L. Jackson, Mark Strong, Taron Egerton, Michael Caine. Dir Matthew Vaughn Review No1008 A tearaway is recruited into a secret spy agency by an agent who knew his father. Generally good fun, but the joke starts to wear...
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Director Hans Petter Molands latest, a snowbound, bitter black comedy carries with a scent of the very familiar the son of an ordinary working man, Nils Dickman (Stellan Skarsgard), gets inadvertently mixed up with criminals after doing a...
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Howdy boys and girls and welcome to Day 1 of Gorefest, in which I can promise corny lines, partial nudity, an over the top plot device and acting more wooden than that of the mighty Scotish Pine. With mallrats, old folk and squawking brats...
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Hey folks back again. Okay we are getting off the sci-fi kick for a bit because well I have been on TV shows for two weeks now and it is time to head back to the roots.
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What if our last act could be a gift to the planet Determined that his final resting place will benefit the earth, musician and psychiatrist Clark Wang prepares for his own green burial. Moving and inspiringthe film is about a life of purpose...
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(1997) Nicole de Boer, Nicky Guadagni, David Hewlett, Andrew Miller, Julian Richings, Wayne Robson, Maurice Dean Wint. Dir Vincenzo Natali.
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Playful Predictions by Linh The Academy Awards ceremony is fast approaching and at least I have seen all of the eight nominated Best Picture films. However, this does not make me an expert or the best tipper on which nominees will win Oscar...
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In the astute hands of director Bennett Miller, the sensational true story retold in Foxcatcher (2014) is never sensationalised. The three main players at the centre of the drama are all fascinating character studies. Firstly, Steve...
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(2014) Joaquin Phoenix, Josh Brolin, Owen Wilson, Katherine Waterston, Reese Witherspoon, Benicio del Toro, Jena Malone, Joanna Newsom, Martin Short. Dir Paul Thomas Anderson A stoner PI is tasked by an ex-girlfriend to prevent her boyfriend from...
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With its intense, wild-eyed Brad Dourif performance you might categorise it as dynamism tinged with mania as a war hero returning to his barren homeland, John Hustons adaption of Flannery OConnor takes us to a place devoid of anything but...



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