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Manda Bala
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Manda Bala

★★★★☆ Dir: Jason Kohn (2007) The most populated city in the Southern hemisphere, Sao Paolo is no picnic. There, it is said, you either steel with a pen or a gun. Errol Morris‘ protegé Jason Kohn took his cameras to the corrupt city in 2004 to take a look at what went wrong, how people are exploiting the exploited … Continue reading

Cheap Thrills
Review

Cheap Thrills

★★★★☆ Dir: E.L Katz (2013) That ever used comedic introduction of a character at the beginning of an absolute nadir of life kicks of the devilishly morbid Cheap Thrills. A kind of a mutant cross between Micheal Haneke and Harold Ramis gives us Craig (the aways fun Pat Healy), a mechanic with a wife, a baby, a … Continue reading

The Grand Budapest Hotel
Review

The Grand Budapest Hotel

★★★★★ Dir: Wes Anderson (2013) The battle lines have long since been drawn. We all know this. The internet and the mouths, innumerable, are, and really always have been, at odds with Wes Anderson. The imaginative director, dishing out his 8th feature this month has become a point of contention for the battle crying “indie” film makers … Continue reading

Snowpiercer
Review

Snowpiercer

★★★★☆ Dir: Bong Joon-ho (2013) This dystopian thriller from The Host‘s Bong Joon-ho marks the South Korean directors first english language film among many others making the jump to the U.S of A over the last year or so. The “top three” and their assault on Hollywood is now complete with the sleek and very interesting Snowpiercer hitting screens all over Europe … Continue reading