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Chernobyl Full Series Review

What sets the new HBO miniseries Chernobyl apart is the fact that it is based on the 1986 Chernobyl disaster, so the stakes are high when it comes to getting the facts right and maintaining a drama around it. How… Continue Reading

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Swiss Army Man

The movie, Swiss Army Man, released in the year 2016, is an unusual psychological drama, presenting deep insights about life in a humorous tone. The story revolves around a depressed person trying to end his life in a deserted island… Continue Reading

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John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum Review

When the first John Wick film was announced it initially looked like another Hollywood action film hoping to capitalize on the aging-movie-star-gets to-kick-some-ass franchise trend. Liam Neeson had Taken, Tom Cruise had Jack Reacher, Sylvester Stallone had The Expendables and… Continue Reading

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Godzilla: King of the Monsters Review

How to address Godzilla: King of the Monsters? Is it just a big, dumb giant monster movie, brimming with special effects and action with no story? Nope! It’s better than many critics are suggesting. In fact, to me, the reviews… Continue Reading

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Female Perversions (1996) Movie Review

There is one scene right at the beginning of the movie, where the protagonist Evelyn Stephens (Tilda Swinton) is defending her point in the courtroom in a very decisive manner, using intelligent words and impeccable in her approach, while all… Continue Reading

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Avengers: Endgame Movie Review

The title of Marvel’s latest and possibly the final film in the Infinity Stones saga isn’t misleading at all- it is indeed the endgame for the main characters- Iron Man, Captain America, Hulk, Thor, Black Widow and Hawkeye- in the… Continue Reading

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Classic Review: Army of Shadows (1969)

If Jean-Pierre Melville had a moniker it surely would be “the godfather of cool.” Known otherwise as ‘the spiritual father of the French New Wave’, Melville crafted some of the coolest films ever dreamt up with the characters to match.… Continue Reading

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Classic Review: L’avventura (1960)

“Why should we be here talking, arguing? Believe me Anna, words are becoming less and less necessary; they create misunderstandings.” The year is 1960 at the Cannes Film Festival and Michelangelo Antonioni is about to screen his new film L’Avventura… Continue Reading

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Love, Death & Robots Review

As a sub-genre of science-fiction, cyberpunk isn’t something new- William Gibson’s Neuromancer(1984), Philip K Dick’s Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sleep (1968), and its loose cinematic re-imagination in the cult sci-fi film Blade Runner (1982) by Ridley Scott, laid the… Continue Reading

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Pet Sematary

When I first learned of a new version of Pet Semetary coming out, I was skeptical. There are tons of re-makes, reboots, re-imaginings, re-travesties and superhero movies seemingly contaminating popular consciousness. Nevertheless, I gave Pet Sematary a fair shot last… Continue Reading

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