FlixChatter Review: The Light Between Oceans (2016)

I have to admit I'm a bit of a sucker for romantic dramas. Not rom-coms, but a genuine heart-wrenching love story that'll get me to cry my eyes out. Well, this film certainly fits into that category. Based on an Australian novel of the same name by M. L. Stedman, we're first introduced to Tom Sherbourne, …

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FlixChatter Review: The Lobster (2016)

When I first heard of the premise of this film, I was already sold. Then I saw the trailer and I knew it'd be a bizarre film, but nothing could prepare me for how bizarre it turned out to be. The film is set in a dystopian near future where it's unlawful to be single according to …

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Day 4 Review – TCFF 2015 Gala Screening: Youth

This is the first film from Paolo Sorrentino that I saw, as I missed his film The Great Beauty which won an Oscar foreign language winner in 2014. YOUTH is about about two longtime friends vacationing in the Swiss Alps, they're in their 80s so you could say youth is behind them. Michael Caine plays Fred, an acclaimed composer …

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Our casting picks for Robert Ludlum’s ‘The Parsifal Mosaic’ Film Adaptation

The recent news that one of Robert Ludlum's novels is getting a big screen treatment got me curious and excited. Ludlum is best known by movie goers for his Bourne series, which was one of the most successful spy franchise in Hollywood. It's one of Ludlum's better books and also with big name talents behind …

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Weekend Roundup: Oz The Great and Powerful review

It's the last week of March already, but Spring is arriving VERY s-l-o-w-l-y here in Minnesota. By around the same time last year, we're already in mid 60s, I think some people were wearing shorts on St. Patrick's Day? This year, I'd be thrilled to see mid 40s by next weekend! I did see a …

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Weekend Roundup and The Whistleblower Review

Happy Tuesday, folks! Well, Minnesota weather is all but predictable and this weekend alone we seem to have gone through two seasons within a matter of 48 hours! On Saturday it was a balmy 69 degrees — people out driving their convertibles and walking in shorts 'n sandals. There's even a tornado touch down in …

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The Bourne Legacy – Ted’s Review

After they couldn't convince both Paul Greengrass and Matt Damon to come back and do another Bourne film, Universal Pictures decided to go ahead and make another one without them. Was this a good move or an ill-advised one? Read on. The film opens with a similar scene to the beginning of the first film …

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Top Three Posters of the Week: The Deep Blue Sea, Iron Lady, Another Happy Day

Happy almost-Friday, everybody. Feels like it's been ages since I've done a poster post, and my weekly visit to IMPAWARDS site is long overdue. Well, here are three that caught my eye ... The wife of a British Judge is caught in a self-destructive love affair with a Royal Air Force pilot. Please, don't get …

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