FlixChatter Review: The Electrical Life Of Louis Wain (2021)

Benedict Cumberbatch has built his career on quirky roles, and he once again plays an eccentric genius. This time it's an English artist Louis Wain whose surreal cat paintings, um, catapulted his career at the end of the 19th century. Now, I never thought there was a time when cats weren’t household pets, well apparently …

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FlixChatter Review: THE LIFE AHEAD (2020)

Tales of unlikely friendships often make for great drama. Renowned Italian actress Sophia Loren made a come back to cinema nearly a decade since her last acting role, which marks the third time she collaborates with her own son, Edoardo Ponti. Here she plays Madame Rosa, an elderly woman living in a seaside town of …

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FlixChatter Review: THE NEST (2020)

I saw The Nest on a screener thanks to IFC Films and the premise intrigued me immediately. Jude Law and Carrie Coon Life play husband and wife whose already-fragile marriage take a twisted turn after moving into an English country manor. The film opens when the family still resides in the US. Rory O'Hara (Law) is …

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FlixChatter Review: PAN (2015)

Hollywood's obsession with origin stories continue with this latest reimagining of Peter Pan story. The story is set during the WW II Blitz era London and centers on the 12-year-old orphan Peter (Levi Miller) who lives in cheerless orphanage run by heartless and cunning nuns. But of course we know he won't stay there for long …

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