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Man Bites Dog

Man Bites Dog

In reality there are few things that come out of Belgium that are worth bothering about, one is the now defunct band dEUS who's music has proved the soundtrack to my life recently, and then there is a little film called Man Bites Dog. This is a very low budget film, but the lack of finances can'... [More]

La Haine

La Haine

Political to the point of being anarchistic La Haine (Hate) is a time bomb of a movie that sets out to highlight a failing system, a corrupt and violent police force and an indifferent government ccontent to overlook the problems within its inner city housing projects. From its very conception to... [More]

Amores Perros

Amores Perros

If you thought watching a film about the highly complex and emotionally challenged lives of a homeless ex-freedom fighter turned assassin, a one legged perfume model and a man who is having an illicit affair with his brothers wife while he is out robbing grocery stores, all set against the ugly back... [More]

The Human Stain

The Human Stain

The Human Stain is an adaptation of a book by American author Nicholas Meyer and strives to tell the life story of Coleman Silk a noted Jewish college professor. Silk resigns from his post when he is accused (unjustly) of racism. His life then takes a far more dramatic turn when his wife dies as a r... [More]

Charlie

Charlie

During the 1960s there where two gangs that ran London. North of the river it was the famous Kray twins, south of the river it was the Richardson's. This era is looked upon by some as a golden age of crime in the country. Criminals where often portrayed as gentleman, who would only hurt those who wh... [More]

Harold and Kumar Go To White Castle

Harold and Kumar Go To White Castle

Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle is a mostly unfunny comedy about two guys with the munchies who will stop at nothing to satisfy their cravings. And the only way to do that is to - you guessed it - eat at White Castle. For those of you unfamiliar with the legendary fast food chain, it's the home... [More]

Shaun of The Dead

Shaun of The Dead

Shaun of the Dead is a glorious fusion of horror and comedy that pays respect to the zombie film genre in a way that the lackluster Dawn of the Dead remake (or re-imagining - whatever the hell you want to call it) could only dream to. Everything that should have been included in that "zombie picture... [More]

Max

Max

Max is the directorial debut of Menno Meyjes, (scribe of a number of successful films including Spielberg's The Color Purple) has managed to tastefully pose this fascinating piece of speculative history about the pre-Maniacal days of Adolf Hitler. The story centers more around the title character, M... [More]

Run Ronnie Run

Run Ronnie Run

Run Ronnie Run is lot funnier than I expected. Don't get me wrong, I'm a huge gushing fan of Cross and Odenkirk - I recorded their sublimely offensive and cutting-edge "Mr. Show" on VHS and am constantly lending out my tapes. Few people realize that it was Cross and Odenkirk who gave Jack Black his... [More]

Thunderbirds

Thunderbirds

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Star Wars Announcement: Revenge of The Sith

Star Wars Announcement: Revenge of The Sith

It was announced today at Comic-Con in San Diego that the title of Episode 3 of the Star Wars prequels will be "Revenge of the Sith." That's the situation as reported by the ramblin' man himself, Adam Mast who was on hand for the announcement.... [More]

Collateral

Collateral

Collateral is a return to form for director Michael Mann. While his last picture (the disappointing Ali) benefited from strong performances - including an Oscar nominated one in the form of a picture perfect Will Smith - the screenplay lacked focus and in the end, I walked away wishing that I'd just... [More]

Little Black Book

Little Black Book

Little Black Book is a film that I went in expecting to like, in spite of it's mediocre notices and the fact that I watched it within 3 hours of my virgin screening of Napoleon Dynamite - a film I will no doubt see dozens of times again. I expected to like it because I have a bit of a thing for Brit... [More]

The Manchurian Candidate

The Manchurian Candidate

The Manchurian Candidate is another in a long line of remakes to come out in the past couple of years. Another appropriate title for the film might have been The Stepford Candidate as it features plot elements that are quite similar to the recent Frank Oz film (which also happened to be a remake).... [More]

Sky Captain and The World of Tomorrow

Sky Captain and The World of Tomorrow

Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow would have been one of the best films of the summer had it come out on it's original release date. As it stands, it will still emerge as one of the very best movies of the year when it's released on Sept. 17th. So for those of you who may suspect that the movie... [More]

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