Boys Don’t Cry

Cry Your Heart Out. Pierce’s heartbreaking biography is an uncompromising quest of finding the truth, and just like it, it is hard to swallow, amazing to experience and leaves you shook at the brisk of your seat. The film feels documented than it feels performed. The wallop of drama it whirls you around with is…

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Brubaker

Change Comes Involuntarily. Rosenberg’s prison stay is exactly how it should go, an impenetrable fascism writhing against an unbiased force with of course a pinch of madness. This recipe has always worked, not for its procedure, but for the obvious tasty ingredients it is brimmed of. Yes, it overstays its welcome and feels a bit…

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The Front Runner

Hiding Under A Sophisticated Lie. Reitman’s fatal attempts on convincing us to believe the significance of a script can only make you more depressed. This political drama is neither political nor drama, there is very little for it be diplomatic and yet it is diplomatic to the core and frankly that is not how you…

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At Eternity’s Gate

I Love Yellow. I Paint Blue. Schnabel’s philosophical thinking on the life of an ingenious painter, paints an abstract art on the screen, if not bright enough to shine over all its viewers. Schnabel’s work has always been for a selective audience, he breathes pure art in every frame and there is never any doubt…

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Downton Abbey

A Cup Of Gossip. Fellowes has successfully managed to make a soap opera melodrama, luxury rather than a necessity. This royal family and the impact it casts upon others surrounding them is the ultimate definition of royalty, in terms of that it spews each of our assumptions of the livelihood of people residing in such…

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