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Movie for the Weekend: Frank

Movie for the Weekend: Frank

Let’s breakdown what makes a good movie. To start you need a story, interesting and engaging. The topic or genre doesn’t matter, a talented writer will turn anything into an interesting story (i.e. 1,012 more words


Blindspot 2015: Shame (2011)

A film that was on my blindspot list (and shame list, ironically) for too long, Shame (2011) is a confronting and emotionally raw masterpiece by director Steve McQueen. 413 more words

Film Review

Slow West

Rating: 3/5

Directed by: John Maclean
Starring: Kodi Smit-McPhee, Michael Fassbender, Ben Mendelsohn

Slow West opens with a view of the stars, a twinkling mosaic against a deep, black expanse. 585 more words

2015 Films

Why you should get Netflix: Reason 1

Recently added to Netflix in the past few months is one of my personal favorite movies of 2014, Frank. Starring Michael Fassbender, Domhnall Gleeson and Maggie Gyllenhaal, this charming and very funny comedy about a wanna-be musician joining an eccentric pop band, where the lead singer and songwriter wears a giant Paper Mache head all the time, is a fantastic treat to put straight in your Netflix wish list. 117 more words


Top Ten Signs Charles and Erik are Endgame, #2


When I started going back through First Class at the very beginning of this journey, this was one of those signs that kept plaguing me non-stop. 2,667 more words


Slow West

One of the advantages of having the newly-opened HOME complex in Manchester is that we will hopefully get more of these types of events – this was the official UK premiere of the film, followed by Q&A with the director John Maclean (Michael Fassbender had chosen to launch Macbeth at Cannes instead of being in Manchester for some reason). 202 more words


A €12 Million Koons Sculpture and DiCaprio's Banksy Sell for Charity at Cannes

Hollywood brought its obsession with contemporary art to France this week, as amFAR’s 22nd annual star-studded “Cinema Against AIDS” benefit hit the Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc in Antibes, just around the corner from the Cannes Film Festival in France. 207 more words