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The Loneliest Planet (2013)

This film is like a platinum engagement ring with a petite diamond: the major plot point is almost swallowed up by the beautiful surrounding aspects. 345 more words

Hwayi: A Monster Boy (Korea: 2013): Joon-Hwan Jang Returns with A Vengeance

Ten years after his flamboyant debut, director Joon-Hwan Jang steps out with a much tighter and straightforward crime saga. While it isn’t Save the Green Planet II, Hwayi stacks up well against other Korean vengeance thrillers. 1,093 more words
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Name that Movie

Silenzio came up with this awesome poster; one icon; can you guess the movie?  I know it’s not much for today, but trust me when I tell you, this is more fun than me writing a KT column about my day.   6 more words


Movie Review: The Colony

Another Netflix film that proved to be a waste but isn’t that the secret of Netflix? I watch a crapfest, I go back to Netflix anyway. 2,179 more words


In Bloom (USA: 2013): Summer breakup film for the cold winter evening.

Youth really does seem wasted on the young in CM Birkmeier’s drama about the end of a two year relationship. In Bloom starts slowly, but gets more lively after the separation. 892 more words
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Movie Review: Parker

That two-week blogathon didn’t work out very well, did it?

No, no it did not, but I have quite a few things to write about. This review is but one. 1,524 more words


The Face Reader (Korea: 2013): Kang-ho Song as 15th Century Detective

Palace intrigue and bureaucratic reform in 15th Century Korea are deftly handled in The Face Reader. Kang-ho Song as always is fun to watch as the titular character, who winds his way from poverty and disgrace to the heights of power and back again.  1,186 more words
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