Posts Tagged ‘Drama’
 
 
 
 
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Review: “The Hateful Eight” Is Far From Tarantino’s Best, but Still Enjoyable

Whenever you start a Quentin Tarantino movie you know you’re going to get a few things every time: colorful characters, entertaining dialogue, over the top violence, and a few twists you didn’t see coming. ‘Th...
 
7.3
 
 
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Review: “The Survivalist” Is A Tense, Slow-Burning Drama You Shouldn’t Miss

In a world where starvation is the main threat to existence, those that are still alive will do everything they can to get their hands on anything resembling food. Our main protagonist, The Survivalist (McCann), has lived on a ...
 
7.8
 
 
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Netflix Recommendation: “The Invitation” Starts Off Slow and Ends With A Bang

“The Invitation” is about a group of friends who haven’t seen each other in years and come together for a dinner party at the request of Eden and her new husband David. What starts off as friendly small talk, ...
 
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Review: “Demolition” Is A Hard-Hitting Drama That Shouldn’t Be Missed

When a successful investment banker, Davis (Gyllenhaal), loses his wife in a car accident, he begins to reevaluate his life and the things that really matter to him. By destroying bits and pieces of the things that make up his ...
 
7.3
 
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Review: Netflix’s “Rebirth” Is A Mind-Bending Thriller

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Review: “I Saw the Light” Speeds Through An Iconic Musicians Life

“I Saw the Light” is a biopic on the late Country singer, Hank Williams. The first film written by Marc Abraham and the second he has directed (the first being 2008’s “Flash of Genius“) is based of...
 
5.5

 
 
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Review: “High-Rise” Is A Surreal Journey Into the Human Condition

The opening minutes of “High-Rise” let you know right off the bat what kind of story you’re about to start watching: a dead man with a busted out television over his head, complete chaos serving as the backdro...
 
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Review: “Colonia” Feels Like Two Different Films; One I Liked and One I Didn’t

Colonia Dignidad (Dignity Colony) was and is a real place. A terrifying retreat that was created by the controversial and unforgiving Paul Schaefer in 1961. Schaefer was an independent preacher who created Colonia as a place fo...
 
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Review: “Kill Your Friends” Is Nothing We Haven’t Already Seen

When reading about “Kill Your Friends”, you will no doubt see that other reviewers have likened it to ‘American Psycho’; mainly because the main character narrates us through everything that’s goin...
 
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Review: “Jane Got A Gun” Is A Ho-Hum Affair

Jane Hammond (Portman) marries outlaw Bill “Ham” Hammond when she believes that her fiance Dan Frost (Edgerton) has died. The Gang that Bill is a part of, The Bishop Boys, and their leader Colin McCann (McGregor), d...
 
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