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Film Review: Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992)

Anyone familiar with Francis Ford Coppola’s work will know that his 70s films, despite their frequently violent subject matter, were often characterized by marvelous restraint. Thus, it is fascinating to observe how the man changed as his career progressed. 1,244 more words

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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

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Neurotic Aliens and An Anthropomorphic Sponge- Thoughts on 'Home' and 'The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water'

Animation is once again the focus of this double review feature, and this time, instead of concerning the types of animation employed, I am more concerned with brand recognition. 1,036 more words

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The Beauty of an Unlimited Card😎

So here is a photograph of my beautiful little Unlimited card! I decided to buy one after Christmas, since i worked loads of extra hours and work and could afford to just buy the card flat out, rather than paying monthly- plus i got a discount threw work👌 Anyways, I have had my card since Feb 2015 and it is WONDERFUL! 268 more words

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Princess and the Frog

“My Daddy never did get what he wanted. But he had what he needed. He had love. He never lost sight of what was really important.” 783 more words

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Numbskull Premier + Q&A

Always keen to advocate promising local filmmakers, this year’s Flatpack Festival hosted the world premiere of Numbskull, the debut feature from Birmingham based writer-director John Humphreys, best known for his UB40 and Bentley Rhythm Ace music videos. 774 more words

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Short N Sweet Review "American Sniper"

I didn’t think American Sniper earned all of those award nominations. And I’m not saying that from a political stand point either. I just feel like it was very diluted, and I didn’t connect with any of the characters. 132 more words

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