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Transcendence review: AI yai yai | FlickFilosopher.com
The neo-luddite attitude is bad, but this commits a far worse sin: it’s dull. If only it worked as a schlocky pile of pulp nonsense, that’d
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 review: black and white and web all over | Flic...
Suffers badly by comparison with the cogent, witty Avengers flicks. This feels like a campy Saturday-morning cartoon left over from the 1970
London photo: a monkey riding a chicken | FlickFilosopher.com
Oh, not a real monkey. Or a real chicken, either. Sorry.
Locke review: riding in a car with a boy | FlickFilosopher.com
We say things like, “Oh, I’d watch that guy read the phone book,” and this is almost that. Except it really is absolutely riveting, and that
Divergent review: girls just wanna do everything | FlickFilosopher.com
No, it’s not wildly different than other science fiction, hero’s journey, and adventure movies. Sometimes we call such stories archetypal. M
The Railway Man review: a derailment on the line | FlickFilosopher.com
Almost entirely ignores the most amazing aspect of this true story, and even the very good performances point us in another direction than t
female gazing at: Clark Gregg | FlickFilosopher.com
Because everything Avengers is rocking our world, including adorable Agent Coulson.
London photo: get all the Tory scroungers out! | FlickFilosopher.com
People in working-class Wood Green not happy about recent government money scandals.
what’s on Netflix and Amazon Instant Video (from Apr 15) | FlickFilosoph...
What’s new, what’s hot, and what you may have missed, now available to stream, including The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, The Last Days on M
Being Ginger review: caught redhaired | FlickFilosopher.com
A smartly perceptive and very brave personal documentary diary of one man’s attempts to come to terms with being an oft-derided and bullied
Night Moves review (Birds Eye View Film Festival) | FlickFilosopher.com
Kelly Reichardt cements her reputation as one of the most provocative American indie filmmakers with this quiet, tense thriller of morality
Swim Little Fish Swim review (Birds Eye View Film Festival) | FlickFilos...
It’s almost a little too precious to be taken as an honest exploration artistically genuine lives. Or else that’s where it finds a lost roma
what’s on Amazon UK Instant Video, blinkbox, Curzon on Demand (from Apr ...
What’s new, what’s hot, and what you may have missed, now available to stream, including Anchorman 2, The Lunchbox, Le Week-end, and more.
Game of Thrones S04 E02: “The Lion and the Rose” holy crap | FlickFiloso...
I kind of want to say, “You’re not reading that right , Grandpa.” Except OMFG, this is so much more awesome than I could ever have hoped for
why movies like Under the Skin and Nymphomaniac are not feminist | Flick...
These films act like what it means to be a woman is purely about sex and bodies, purely about interacting with men in no other way than a se
London photo: many tour buses | FlickFilosopher.com
Along Piccadilly, near Green Park.
The Retrieval review: the emotional legacy of American slavery | FlickFi...
Deceptively simple and deeply cutting. A remarkable little film, a marvel of American indie filmmaking and of stories typically overlooked.
Jesus People review: Christian pop takes the softest of smacks | FlickFi...
This too gentle mockumentary barely even takes aim at its easiest potential targets, but the appealing cast is game and manages a few cogent