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  • The Florida Project

    The Florida Project


    I spent this past weekend watching a lot of the Academy nominated films and this Independent film deserves any accolades it gets. This film about life in the projects in Orlando, Florida is great on all levels with the acting performance of Willem Dafoe as the Motel Manager earning him a Best Actor nomination. The little girl Brooklynn Prince is very good considering its her first major film role. Beautifully filmed by Sean Baker whos previous film "Tangerine" I really enjoyed. Highly recommended

  • Afflicted



    This was one of the better films from this type of hand held camera genre,It was quite well done by Derek Lee and Clif Prowse,these guys probably did not have much of a budget but managed to make a tense horror that for the first half people might think they have been duped but believe me it builds up and then is pretty fast paced,like the locales also,will look for future entries from these two film-makers.

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  • Three Colors: Blue

    Three Colors: Blue


    It's been a long time since the mid 90"s that the Three Colours trilogy came out and unfortunately it's only been now to get to see the first one "Blue' Juliette Binoche gives a fantastic performance as a woman who endeavours to piece her life back together after a tragedy. Polish director Krzysztof Kieslowski who was only previously known for documentaries makes a beautiful film with great cinematography also.

  • Harem Scarem

    Harem Scarem

    Lost, Only a few drawings have survived

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  • Fantasy Island

    Fantasy Island


    The idea of making a horror version of a classic TV series seemed ok on paper but that's where it ended. The movie is full of so many horror clichés, the acting was horrendous, chief villain was just dumb. The movie has no redeeming qualities at all, yeah I know that have B grade movies but this is about a D, Avoid at all costs

  • Hacksaw Ridge

    Hacksaw Ridge


    Mel Gibson delves back into war stories again as Director and has done a great job of this true story about conscientious objector who refuses to use a gun during the Battle of Okinawa. Andrew Garfield plays Desmond Doss and has researched his character very well. There is quite a lot of religion featured in this but it is a big part of the story. I did find it a bit unrealistic towards the end and am not sure if that actually happened that way or its Hollywoodised. Worth seeing