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Flim Weakly Review- Roma

Jean Luc Godard once said “Film is truth, 24 frames per second.” Now, I don’t know what that means, but I do know it's wrong. Roma cannot be truth, because it's made of film, and truth is made of emotions or something. I also don’t know

Gravity (2013)

A timely release for Alfonso’s Cuaron’s technical tour de force Gravity as it emerges victorious from last night’s Oscars with a total of eight awards.  Most notable was the Best Director win for Cuaron who allegedly spent three years…

Gravity (2013)

Warning: *This review contains a spoiler.* I am compelled to start this review with a little lecture on genre. Whenever a movie like Apollo 13 or Gravity comes out, there are philistines who claim that such movies are not science…

Gravity (2013)

Dazzling evocation of floating in space, not free of other conventions When it begins in medias res, an experienced American astronaut, Matt Kowalski (George Clooney), is working with a woman medical engineer, Ryan Stone (Sandra…

Gravity images

With Alfonso Cuarón’s critically acclaimed global phenomenon Gravity smashing the UK box office with an opening weekend of  £6,238,375, we thought it would be nice to share some images from the film. We think these alone, quite clearly,…

Gravity Number 1 at UK Box Office

London – November 11th, 2013 – Alfonso Cuarón’s critically acclaimed global phenomenon Gravity launched to an opening weekend of £6,238,375 million in the UK, Josh Berger, President and Managing Director, Warner Bros UK and Ireland…

Gravity (2013)

Take a deep breath before you step inside the cinema to see Gravity because you're going to need it. The film will make you feel tense, sometimes dizzy and disorientated and, yes, ready to gasp for air. But that's nothing compared to how…