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Into the Blue review

Posted : 7 years, 6 months ago on 27 March 2010 05:23 (A review of Into the Blue)

Pretty bad but made watchable by the likes of Josh Brolin, Scott Caan and James Frain. Without them, the film is even worse!


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Comedy gold!

Posted : 7 years, 7 months ago on 4 March 2010 01:16 (A review of In the Loop)

This is absolute comic genius and has to be one of the most hilarious British films in years. The script has to be one of the funniest in cinema you're ever likely to see and hear and easily containing some of the most quotable lines too.

In The Loop's attention to detail is really the driving force in the film. Every segment about the upcoming war is spoken about and brilliantly written. Written with classic British wit and great satire that leaves you in hysterics.
Like many great comedies too, the film becomes less comic and far more serious. We really get the idea by the end of the film of how war is decided and conflicts that arise between to such nations.

Peter Capaldi easily robbed of a best actor nomination at the BAFTAS this year and has to be one of the best comic characters I've ever seen in film. Had me laughing non-stop. Worth mentioning another hilarious performance by Tom Hollander who has easily one of the funniest scenes in and the core of the plot of this film.

Seriously, is utter genius. I can't tell you how brilliant this film is. You just have to see it for yourself.


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Stunning, simply stunning

Posted : 7 years, 7 months ago on 1 March 2010 07:55 (A review of In the Mood for Love)

One of the most beautifully made films that I've ever seen. Stunning cinematography, touching score, some brilliantly written dialogue and a brilliant on screen pairing of Maggie Cheung and Tony Leung Chiu Wai. Has all the elements of a masterpiece and no doubt one the most un-appreciated films that I can think of.One of my favourite films. Absolutely blew me away. Wong Kar Wai is an absolute genius of a director.







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