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  • The Suns of Easter Island

    The Suns of Easter Island


    I guess I've watched this over 7 or 8 times - maybe more. I've already given my thoughts on it before but I'm still wowed by it and I couldn't tell you why. There's just something so precisely mathematical about everything in this film that appeals. The austere beauty of Easter Island itself. It fits the timeframe of films of well-off hippies go off on an exotic journey and find themselves but messing around with it slightly (throw a sci-fi angle in and add in some politics).

    This film isn't for everybody but for those that love it - savour it!

  • A Wonderful Love

    A Wonderful Love


    To say it's in bad taste would be understating matters somewhat but I got a good laugh out of it.

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  • Blade Runner 2049

    Blade Runner 2049


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    If there were ever a further illustration of how to lose a philosophy for your film with a director who's big on visuals but a little bit sketchy on storyline, this is your prime suspect. I had dreaded this film since it was made public that they were setting up a sequel.

    Visually it looks quite easy on the eye but to my mind it looks a little too clean and orderly for a post-apocalyptic world, there's no real sense…

  • Sophia Antipolis

    Sophia Antipolis


    A patchwork of the emptiness that lives inside us as humans. While there is no discernible plot - only in the loosest sense do we know that a 16 year old with a tampered ID managed to get herself breast implants and has gone missing presumed dead. Instead of dealing with the case in hand of what happened to her, we're given a broad spectrum of the things that have cropped up in this day and age in society. It…