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'Having Wonderful Time' (1938)

For my first film post, I thought it would be fitting to do a short review of my blog’s namesake.

Having Wonderful Time is one of those hidden gems that only fans of Ginger Rogers or it’s various array of pre-stardom stars seem to come across. 662 more words

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The Valley Of Gwangi (1969 US)

While the build-up is rather tedious in some ways, the film’s second half – with its non-stop action and enjoyable stop-motion effects by the old master Ray Harryhausen – is rather entertaining. 466 more words

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The Lost Future (2010)

The Lost Future (2010)

Welcome to the Apocalypse

Sean Bean is probably England’s most versatile actor. With a stellar career spanning for approximately twenty years, having appeared in every medium — from theater, radio, video games, television and film — it’s only natural that the guy’s genuinely impressive resume would feature a handful of duds. 1,090 more words

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Film Review: White God (2014)

For anyone who has ever loved, cared for, or, hell, even petted a dog, White God will prove to be a searing, uncomfortable experience. Meshing heightened-realism with allegorical horror, Hungarian writer/director Kornel Mundruczo’s film powerfully connects on both an intellectual and emotional level. 921 more words

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'I Saw the Devil' (2010): Review

Directed by: Kim Ji-woon || Produced by: Kim Hyung-woo, Jo Sung-won, Kim Jae-young, Kim Jung-hwa

Screenplay by: Park Hoon-jung || Starring: Choi Min-sik, Lee Byung-hun, Jeon Kuk-hwan, Chun Ho-jin, Oh San-ha, Kim Yun-seo, Choi Moo-sung, Kim In-seo… 750 more words

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Wild - Film Review

The right word to describe Wild is breathtaking. This is an unusual film that needs to be watched alone, in silence, with time to reflect and let emotions come out. 359 more words

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Jane Eyre (2011)

Director – Cary Joji Fukunaga

Starring – Mia Wasikowska, Michael Fassbender, Jamie Bell


Based on the 1847 novel by Charlotte Brontë, this is one of many adaptations, but the first I have watched.  31 more words

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