Drama

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society (2018)

In 1946, a London writer, Juliet (Lily James) exchanges letters with a Guernsey farmer, Dawsey (Michiel Huisman) and she begins to learn about what the islanders endured during World War II under German occupation. I read the book on which this film is based a while ago. I’m also (as of August 2020) a resident […]

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society (2018)
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Review: Without Remorse

Without Remorse is based on the 1993 Tom Clancy novel of the same name. It’s fitting the novel was written in the early 90’s, the film is a throwback to the early 90’s action films that flooded theaters and currently live on basic cable. The story follows John Clark (Michal B Jordan), a member of […]

Review: Without Remorse
Comedy

Friday Film Club: Jojo Rabbit (2019) & Better Days (2019)

Hi folks and welcome to the The Friday Film Club where both myself and Elwood will be highlighting a film which we feel is worth checking out. At the same time we would love to hear your own selections whether you’re choosing to just name them in the comments section or join us in arguing […]

Friday Film Club: Jojo Rabbit (2019) & Better Days (2019)
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Spotlight: Names on the Wall

Director: Koura Linda Cast: Brendan Healy, Doan Nguyen Review Author: Tony Synopsis: Two soldiers from opposing sides of the Vietnam war are locked in combat. Both are reduced to fighting with their bare hands and distracted by their scuffle they fall unaware into a deep ditch. Exhausted and realizing that they can’t climb out of the pit, […]

Spotlight: Names on the Wall

Drama

Film Review – The Painted Bird (2019)

Title – The Painted Bird (2019) Director – Václav Marhoul (Tobruk) Cast – Petr Kotlár, Udo Kier, Barry Pepper, Stellan Skarsgård, Harvey Keitel, Julian Sands Plot – On a solo journey through Eastern Europe during World War 2, young Jewish boy Joska (Kotlar) comes across a range of characters all dealing with their own trials […]

Film Review – The Painted Bird (2019)
Drama

The Painted Bird (2019) Review – War Is Hell, European Version

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Do you (somehow, in this day and time) feel happy, joyful and just wish to be down? Have you ever wondered how it would feel like to experience the war through child’s eyes, and to see many horrors, some of which, you didn’t want, or didn’t even think of seeing, happening to said child? Well, […]

The Painted Bird (2019) Review – War Is Hell, European Version
Drama

First Glance: “Dara of Jasenovac”

No faithful movie about the Holocaust is going to be an easy watch. But they have long served as powerful reminders of unbridled human evil and they have testified to the resilience and bravery of many who suffered and died as a result of the atrocities. The upcoming Serbian historical drama “Dara of Jasenovac” tells […]

First Glance: “Dara of Jasenovac”
Drama

REVIEW: “No Man’s Land” (2021)

Brothers Conor and Jake Allyn grew up Dallas, Texas and made frequent trips across the southern border into Mexico with their father. The many visits opened their eyes to a much different side of Mexico and ultimately helped inspire their new film “No Man’s Land”. This modern-day western uses a reverse migration story of sorts […]

REVIEW: “No Man’s Land” (2021)
Drama

SİYAD, BOYALI KUŞ’u “2020’nin EN İYİ YABANCI Filmi”

Sinema Yazarları Derneği (SİYAD) üyeleri tarafından geçen yıl Türkiye’de sinemalarda vizyona giren tüm yabancı filmler arasında yapılan oylama sonucunda en yüksek oyu toplayan Boyalı Kuş’un ithalatçısına ödülü, Mart ayında düzenlenecek 53. SİYAD Ödül Töreni’nde verilecek. SİYAD üyelerinin oylaması sonucu ilk 20 sırada yer alan filmler şunlar: 1) Boyalı Kuş 2) Sefiller 3) Bal Ülkesi 4) […]

SİYAD, BOYALI KUŞ’u “2020’nin EN İYİ YABANCI Filmi” Seçti!
Documentary

The Weather Underground

The Weather Underground is a documentary about the radical group of that name, and the times that gave rise to it. In addition to archival footage, it includes retrospective interviews with multiple Weather Underground members themselves and other figures from that era. It’s quite well-done and thought-provoking. By the late ’60s, Robert Kennedy and Martin […]

The Weather Underground

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