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Sunlight Jr (2013) Review

**Warning: Review contains slight spoilers**

“Sunlight Jr” is a 2013 film directed and written by indie filmmaker Laurie Collyer touching on themes of enduring love, trying to scrape by on near-poverty row, emotional pain, abuse and disability about a Floridian couple who, just making ends meet in barely-paying minimum wage jobs, are saddled with an unplanned pregnancy. 621 more words

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A Serbian Film [Uncut Edition] (2011) - Review/Rant

Plot, from IMDB: An aging porn star agrees to participate in an “art film” in order to make a clean break from the business, only to discover that he has been drafted into making a pedophilia and necrophilia themed snuff film. 888 more words

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Magic Magic, review

In 2013 director Sebastian Silva gave us pensive drama Magic Magic. Boasting a kind of who’s who of young contemporary indie actors – Juno Temple, Michael Cera and Emily Browning – the film stands as a portrait of the varying stages of mental illness as Temple’s… 627 more words

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Kingsman: The Secret Service, review

Kingsman: The Secret Service is director Matthew Vaughn’s return to what the Brit helmer does best; Profanity left, right and centre? Check. Gratuitous violence accompanied by sophisticated choreography? 455 more words

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Southpaw - the trailer

This week on Filmfookingcrazy is all about trailers. I love a good trailer – who doesn’t? I’ve come across a lot of articles in the past about great trailers, and films don’t quite live up to them. 256 more words

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Underrated Films, Underprolonged Reviews: Mallrats (1995)

Plot, from IMDB: Both dumped by their girlfriends, two best friends seek refuge in the local mall.
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I’d like to start this small piece out by simply stating I love Kevin Smith’s movies. 347 more words

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Underrated Films, Unprolonged Reviews: Factory Girl (2006)

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Biopics. The biopic genre is a genre that can easily stand the test of time because of the way a writer or writer-director has a way to sensationalize the subject or subject matter. 461 more words

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