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The Fascinating Women Of ‘20th Century Women’ | Film Review

  1979, Santa Barbara. Dorothea is a single mother raising Jamie, her 15 years old son on her own. As her son grows closer to becoming a men, she finds herself knowing him less and less everyday and feels like a stranger in the world he lives in.   20th Century Women is Mike Mills‘ third feature, following the acclaimed[…]

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‘Sing’: Solid Family Entertainment | Film Review

  Illumination Entertainment continue their challenge against the might of Disney, Pixar and Dreamworks with their first musical, Sing, and a massive improvement over their last film, The Secret Life Of Pets   Buster Moon (Matthew McConaughey) is koala bear in love with the theatre and owns the grand Moon Theater in a city of anthropomorphic animals. But the theatre[…]

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‘The Love Witch’: Bloody Inspiring Feminist Tale | Film Review

  “She Loved Men…To Death”.   Modern time witch, Elaine, has fled San Francisco to move to a picturesque little town with no name. Elaine seeks love, you could even say she is obsess with love. She performs rituals, prepares potions and offers them to the men she meets.   “I just use “sex magic” to make “love magic””.  […]

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‘Lion’: Emotionally Draining | Film Review

  Based on Saroo Brierley’s autography, Lion is an Australian drama about a remarkable story of how a young boy got lost in a strange city and adopted by a family in a foreign country yet still found his way back home.   In 1986, Saroo (Sunny Pawar) lives in small village in central India. After an ill-fated trip with[…]

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‘Christine’ – Mental Deterioration Up Close | Film Review

  Antonio Campos‘ Christine is a subtle yet unnerving rumination on depression, mental anguish and self-confidence. It also happens to be the true story of Christine Chubbuck, a news reporter who shot herself on air in the 80s. It’s safe to say it is a dark film.   Though not dark in the way one might think. The film is[…]

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