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  • Mandy



    When a film is crazier then it’s star and his performance even though he fits right into the film and gives it star power. It's not a film that is simple or even possible to review or explain. This is definitely an expereicne that might be different for every individual who watches it.

    Director Panos Cosamatos film is more mainstream then his first film BEYOND THE BLACK RAINBOW. Which had great memorable vivid and surreal visuals and a great soundtrack…

  • Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich

    Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich


    If you are a fan of the original franchise of films. This is a quality reboot of the series. Only switching the puppets from being seen more as heroes built to combat against nazis and evil doers to actually being told of the Nazis and actually the villains. Hell of a switch.

    The film seems to go for shock value more then anything else in violence. Not only In what it will show but how far they are willing to…

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  • A Separation

    A Separation


    Nader and Simin argue about living abroad. Simin prefers to live abroad to provide better opportunities for their only daughter, Termeh. However, Nader refuses to go because he thinks he must stay in Iran and take care of his father, who suffers from Alzheimers. However, Simin is determined to get a divorce and leave the country with her daughter

    Director Asghar Farhadi's first idea for the movie was the image of a man washing his father, who had Alzheimer's. He…

  • I Want You

    I Want You


    I am surprised this movie isn't brought up or discussed more. The film is an early renowned film director Michael Winterbottom film. That has a familiar story but here gives it an original spin of being partly a coming of age story. A pulp story an erotic thriller that has no problem with showing sex and nudity with more artistic presence but also down and dirty. The film also takes place in a more exotic locale.

    I am not entirely…