Sam’s Blog

  • Review: Mustang


    When Lale and her four sisters take a detour while walking home from school one day, they do not expect such innocent play to be […]

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  • Review: ANOMALISA


    Charlie Kaufman — the man who has nailed the art of taking really simple sci fi premises, and drawing human nature and relationships from their […]

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  • Review: Carol


    Hollywood has tackled same-sex relationships in a present-day sense, but finally we see a story hidden amongst our history. Based on Patricia Highsmith’s novel, “The […]

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  • Review: The Revenant


    After BIRDMAN won last year’s Oscar for Best Picture, one would assume the heavy burden that director Alejandro González Iñárritu would feel for his next […]

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  • Review: Trumbo


    “He’s among us… But he sure as hell isn’t one of us.” This is a phrase that Dalton Trumbo (Brian Cranston), a prolific screenwriter in […]

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  • Review: Brooklyn


    Director John Crowley brings us BROOKLYN, the 1950s period piece adapted from Colm Tóibín’s novel about an Irish immigrant settling into America. Eilis (Saoirse Ronan) […]

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