Monthly Archives: January 2016

Review: 2001- A Space Odyssey (1968)

Pretentious visual showcase or a powerful illustration of the cinematic medium? These are just some of the disparate and contrasting opinions, which have been expressed about Stanley Kubrick’s 1968 film- 2001: A Space Odyssey. However, the most pertinent question, which … Continue reading

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Concise Review: Tangerine (2015)

Tangerine is a vibrant picture that in its every frame imbues creativity, and sheer humanism. Additionally, it is a striking example of new form giving rise to the one of the appeals of cinema, which is experiencing a unique time … Continue reading

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Review: Inglorious Bastards (2009)

In my mind, Inglorious Bastards has always been Quentin Tarantino’s most polarising film. At best one can say it is a fascinating, controversial and wholly original portrait of a crucial period during the Second World War. At worst one can … Continue reading

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Review: The Hateful Eight (2016)

Quentin Tarantino’s 8th film, The Hateful Eight is a fascinating revisitation of his central thematic fixation, which fundamentally grows into a budding new form of expression for the black-humoured and highly cineliterate auteurist. Tarantino’s exploration and presentation of the self-appointed … Continue reading

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Concise Review: The Deep Blue Sea (2011)

The Deep Blue Sea is the cinematic equivalent of seeing an intense flame flicker and eventually extinguish in a mournful manner. The film charts the passionate affair that Hester Collyer (Rachel Weisz) has with a former Second World War RAF … Continue reading

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Year in Review: The Top Ten Films of 2015

1) Mad Max Fury Road A veteran like Miller understands the power of the image and what it yields, which is on full display in this visionary post-apocalyptic film. 2) Whiplash An exhilarating and lingering depiction of ambition. 3) Bridge … Continue reading

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