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LFF 2020 – New Order (2020) Review

Michel Franco's New Order won the Grand Jury Prize in Venice and is now causing quite a stir at the London Film Festival. The revolution will not be televised but it will be shown in cinemas and streamed at home. "Revolution is not a

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011)

The only question is, Why?  Barely is the 2009 original language version of Stieg Larsson's pulp procedural out of US art houses than here comes a bigger budget English language film distributed in the mainstream cineplexes. David…

Top 10 Final Scenes

Some of the most iconic and memorable scenes to emerge from the history of cinema are those that come right at a film’s close. In a climatic final scene, even the worst of films can redeem itself with a powerful or imaginative ending. …

The Social Network (2010)

The irony of the creation of Facebook, the social network that brings people together, is that it destroyed a great friendship. At least that’s the way David Fincher and Aaron Sorkin tell the story of Mark Zuckerberg and Eduardo Saverin,…

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

Very bad rich people It should not be too hard to enjoy the new movie, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. Rarely does the art house audience receive such a juicy piece of stuff as this gruesome Swedish serial killer mystery. The format is…

Re-Cycle (2006)

Re-cycle (original title: Gwai wik) begins as a horror film, then takes a turn toward fantasy, on a road of morality, which comes to a mysterious conclusion. David Lynch's midnight movie masterpiece, Eraserhead (1977), and John Carpenter's…