SXSW Day 2 (I’m Fine, Twyla Moves, US vs Reality Winner, Here Before, Tom Petty, Recovery)

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Hey everyone! After a rough start to the South by Southwest Film Festival Day 2 proved to be much better. In fact, I liked all 6 films I watched today to one degree or another. Hooray! So let’s get started with the recaps! I’m Fine (Thanks for Asking) I have to say COVID is proving […]

SXSW Day 2 Log (I’m Fine, Twyla Moves, US vs Reality Winner, Here Before, Tom Petty, Recovery)
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SXSW Day 1 (Kid Candidate, Introducing Selma, Islands,Demi Lovato, Hysterical, The Lost Sons)

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Hey everyone! Today begins the first day of the South by Southwest Film Festival of SXSW. This is my first year attending the festival and of course I attended virtually this year. Hopefully next year I can go down to Austin and attend in person (which is something I was planning to do last year […]

SXSW Day 1 Log (Kid Candidate, Introducing Selma, Islands,Demi Lovato, Hysterical, The Lost Sons)
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Movie Review: “Rose Plays Julie”

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Sound or the lack of it is an under-appreciated element of cinema, so much so that films that pay extra attention to it stand out. The Oscar-nominated “Sound of Metal” is wholly conceived around loud noise and learning to live in silent deafness. The filmmakers behind “Rose Plays Julie” take care to use muffled sound, […]

Movie Review: “Rose Plays Julie”
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Movie Review: “The Courier”

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“The Courier” is an engrossing espionage thriller set, as so many of them are, at that one point when the Cold War seemed most likely to turn nuclear hot. Well-acted and early ’60s period perfect, about the worst you can say about it is that it’s a washed-out copy of “Bridge of Spies,” which is […]

Movie Review: “The Courier” plays his part in Preventing WWIII
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Carcera (2018)

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A young woman (Lene Kqiku) awakes drugged and restrained in a strange house, but her captor may be more than he appears. I encountered this short film on Amazon Prime. The premise sounded interesting and with a runtime of only 7.5 I was intrigued. It does a good job of giving the film an undercurrent […]

Carcera (2018)
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REVIEW: “Nobody” (2021)

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Hutch Mansell is a mild-mannered everyday average Joe. His days are an endless cycle of monotony – get up, catch the bus, go to work, come back home, go to bed. The only real highlights of his week are his morning cups of coffee and missing the trash truck every Tuesday. Even his family seems […]

REVIEW: “Nobody” (2021)
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What’s Coming to Netflix UK in April 2021?

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Welcome back to another update of what’s New On Netflix UK for the month of April. Here we will give you the rundown of what new films and TV shows will be added in the coming month. As well as all the global Netflix Originals we post about separately there are a lot of great […]

What’s Coming to Netflix UK in April 2021?
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