Posts Tagged ‘streaming’
 
 
 
 
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Netflix Recommendation: “Berlin Syndrome”

Clare (Teresa Palmer) is a photojournalist who has traveled to Berlin as a sort of getaway while also taking pictures of the beautiful architecture around the city. Not one to shy away from new experiences, she finds herself qu...
 
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“Another Evil” Is The Horror Comedy You Didn’t Know You Needed

Writer and first time, feature director Carson D. Mell (who has written for such shows as “Eastbound and Down” and “Silicon Valley”) brings a very unique and entertaining style, to his debut film “...
 
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Review: “Win It All” Doesn’t Have Anything To Say We Haven’t Already Heard

There are good movies, bad movies, and then the kind of movies that fall somewhere in the middle. This weird space for viewers where you’re left feeling indifferent. Those kind of movies are the hardest to review because ...
 
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Review: “I Am Not Your Negro”

  On James Baldwin articulate worldly but American invested in humanity precisely of his time precise of our time 40 years later reflection is not to be ignored but sought out for understanding is essential and as it was l...
 
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Netflix Recommendation: “Tallulah”

Well, it appears that this is Ellen Page week, here at The Film Philosopher. This will be the third review, of a film starring Ms. Page, on the site, this week and given that she has become a versatile, well-rounded actress tha...
 
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Netflix Recommendation: ‘Let Us Prey’

Set in a small town, ‘Let Us Prey’ is the story of one man’s journey to make wrongdoers pay for their sins, and how everyone’s past will catch up to them sooner-or-later. Never getting into the territory...
 
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Review: “Bone Tomahawk” Is Brutal and Entertaining

‘Bone Tomahawk” opens up with Purvis (David Arquette) cutting a man’s throat open as he and his friend Buddy (Sid Haig) have overrun a group of guys who they are now robbing of more than just their belongings....
 
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Netflix Recommendation: ‘People, Places, Things’ Is Indie Filmmaking At Its Finest

  In ‘People, Places, Things’, Jemaine Clement plays Will: a graphic novelist, a teacher, a father of two young girls, and a heartbroken guy whose girlfriend (and mother to his children) ends up leaving him for...
 
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Netflix Recommendation: ‘A Pigeon Sat On A Branch’ Is Existential Gold

Life is nothing but a series of small moments that connect together to create a larger picture, and Roy Andersson depicts this beautifully in the third installment of his “living” trilogy (‘Songs From the Seco...
 
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Netflix Recommendation: “Darkness On the Edge of Town”

When Cleo’s estranged sister, Sophie, is murdered in a public restroom, she will stop at nothing to bring the attacker to justice. While she puts herself in dangerous situations and takes her anger and sadness out on anyo...
 
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