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  • Magic in the Moonlight Review

    Magic in the Moonlight Review

    3/5
    Colin Firth and Emma Stone star in Woody Allen's romantic comedy Magic in the Moonlight.

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  • Frank Blu-ray Review

    Frank Blu-ray Review

    4/5
    Frank is fucking mad, it's wonderful and fabulous, the emotions are tender and the music is magical - it takes the audience away from where they are watching and throws them straight into the middle of this merry band of brothers and sisters.

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  • Love Hotel Review

    Love Hotel Review

    3/5
    The doors to Japan’s deeply closeted sexual society are teased open in Phil Cox & Hikaru Toda’s documentary Love Hotel as a crudely compiled intro condensing japan’s entire sexual history into a couple of japanese erotic woodblock paintings of secret love nests gives way to what is purportedly the modern day equivalent, the love hotel. A montage [...]

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  • God Help The Girl Review

    God Help The Girl Review

    4/5
    Set in Glasgow, God Help The Girl follows Eve (the beautiful Emily Browning) who escapes from hospital where she is dealing with emotional issues and an eating disorder. She escapes because of her love of music and all she wants to do is attend a concert, with people her own age and get involved in their delicate and twisted lives.

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  • Kelly Reichardt Collection Blu-ray Review

    Kelly Reichardt Collection Blu-ray Review

    4/5
    In the wake of its launch, Soda Pictures has released the Kelly Reichardt Collection on DVD and Blu-Ray. The three film set (Old Joy, Wendy and Lucy and Meek’s Cutoff) reveal the director to be an uncanny chronicler of contemporary America.

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  • Bound Blu-ray Review

    Bound Blu-ray Review

    5/5
    The Wachowski's Bound is an absolute masterpiece of contemporary crime cinema. Made before anyone had actually heard of the pair (three years before The Matrix), this neo-noir pays homage to all the elements and trappings of the genre and yet renews them for a new generation - nearly 20 years later and the films feels as relevant and fresh as any film coming out today.

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