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"There are no two words in the English language more harmful than ‘good job'" - Movie Review on Whiplash (2014)

Not my tempo” is perhaps the most frequently repeated line in Whiplash by the ruthless conductor Fletcher of an elite music school. An extreme perfectionist, Fletcher is abusively demanding to members of his ensemble. 788 more words

Movies

Heist Review

Note that this review is of the edited TV-14 version of the film. All thoughts below should be understood as belonging to this version of the film as a review of the uncut version would likely be more negative. 1,278 more words

Live Action Movies

It Follows (2015)

It Follows begins with an extraordinary long take that tracks the movements of a frantic teenage girl, accompanied by disorienting music, set against a suburban street not unlike those of Haddonfield, Illinois. 444 more words

Film Review

Film Review - Before I Go To Sleep (2014)

When I heard the premise of this film, “Woman wakes up next to man she can’t remember -> He convinces her they’re in a relationship -> Stuff goes down” I just thought I’d be in for  567 more words

Drama

"Plain Clothes " The Light And Darkness of the PTSD

By: Austin Winter-Chase

This is a deeply moving and insightful film about PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder) and the  toll it takes  on one’s life “Plain Clothes” is written and directed by Sam Jaeger (Parenthood, American Sniper) who also stars as Officer Cole. 127 more words

Art

Catch Me Daddy (Film Review)

Catch Me Daddy is the first film from Daniel Wolfe, and it’s one hell of an entrance to make. The story is apparently pretty basic: Laila and Aaron are two young lovers on the run from Laila’s traditionalist Pakistani family. 564 more words

Film

Focus (2015) Movie Review

Focus brings womaniser Will Smith and beauty Margot Robbie together as Nicky and Jess in this eye-opening glamorous action movie. Nicky is introduced as a professional conman, seemingly cold and distant, who meets Jess when she attempts to con him. 374 more words

Film