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Sundance Film Festival Movie Review – One for the Road

When Bong Joon Ho won the Golden Globe for Best Foreign Language Film last year for Parasite, he said, “”Once you overcome the 1-inch-tall barrier of subtitles, you will be introduced to so many more amazing films.” I love this sentiment.  As a teenager, I was lucky to have a mother willing to take me […]

Indie Movie Review – Luz

How far would you go for love?  How long would you wait for the one you love?  These are questions raised by the new movie Luz.  It’s a love story about two men who initially meet in prison.  They explore their relationship further once they’re both released. Ruben (Ernesto Reyes) is a new prisoner.  His […]

Indie Movie Review: Love In Dangerous Times – A CoVid Rom Com

Now, before the shouts of “there’s the bandwagon, get on board quick” start, let’s just be honest and admit we all knew that a whole pandemic/COVID-19/lockdown-themed genre would be arriving before too long. Love In Dangerous Times isn’t the first one that I’ve seen though; that honour goes to the brilliant Staged, starring the magnificent duo that […]

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Movie Review – Truly, Madly, Deeply

Valentine’s Day is over again and there were many cinemas offering nights for you and your significant other to share a bucket of popcorn, a gallon of pop, and watch a film together. That film is usually Ghost. My response to that is “O.K. Ghost is a decent film that pulls all the right strings […]

First View Movie Review – Her

Her is a moody, introspective piece masquerading as a love story. And while I really do appreciate Scarlett Johanssen’s vocal efforts, I did not enjoy the overwhelming feelings of loneliness permeating this film. I walked away pretty sad, and even woke up sad the next morning. I have no problem with the premise, and think […]

A Novice Rocky Review

I’d never seen the original 1976 Rocky in the past, because it seemed to be a “boxing” movie, and watching people hit each other into a bloody mess has never been my bag. Somewhere along the line I watched Rocky III, which was a decent enough film. It was sad and then triumphant. But I […]

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