jonathan glen Archive

  • Fill The Void DVD Review

    Fill The Void DVD Review

    4/5
    It is an amazing opportunity that films offer us, a unique chance to view other worlds and cultures completely removed from our own.

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  • Orca – The Killer Whale DVD Review

    Orca – The Killer Whale DVD Review

    2/5
    First of all, it has to be said, that Orca – The Killer Whale is one of the stupidest films ever made.

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  • Le Mani Sulla Citta (Hands Over the City) DVD Review

    Le Mani Sulla Citta (Hands Over the City) DVD Review

    4/5
    It comes as no surprise to see the Masters of Cinema series deliver once again. This time they are serving up a course of fantastic Italian fare from 1963, Francesco Rosi’s politically charged Hands Over the City (Le Mani Sulla Citta). Focusing on post Second World War Napoli, Rosi constructs a story of corruption and [...]

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  • White Dog DVD Review

    White Dog DVD Review

    4/5
    Towards the end of his career Samuel Fuller made what is perhaps his most well known and accomplished film in The Big Red One, a tale of soldiers during World War II starring Lee Marvin. Some called it the greatest war film ever made.

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  • Fire In The Blood DVD Review

    Fire In The Blood DVD Review

    4/5
    This is what documentary is all about, passion, resistance, a voice for the voiceless.

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  • The Rocket Review

    The Rocket Review

    3/5
    On the surface of it, a film about the journey of a Laotian family written and directed by an Australian does not necessarily inspire but Kim Mordaunt knows South East Asia very well having lived and worked there for many years.

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