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https://onlinemediareviews.com/ is a website aimed at reviewing films, Movies, TV shows and will soon be expanding to games
https://onlinemediareviews.com/ is a website aimed at reviewing films, Movies, TV shows and will soon be expanding to games

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“Pan’s Labyrinth” is one of the greatest of all fantasy films, even though it is anchored so firmly in the reality of war. On first viewing, it is challenging to comprehend a movie that on the one hand provides fauns and fairies, and on the other hand…
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He achieved what no other known man has achieved. To watch his work is like being witness to the beginning of melody, or the first conscious use of the lever or the wheel; the emergence, coordination and first eloquence of language; the birth of an art:…
THE BIRTH OF A NATION
THE BIRTH OF A NATION
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Giovanni Pastrone’s “Cabiria” was famous in its day, a global box-office success, but has fallen into neglect. I have a laserdisc of a battered version with dubbed sound, a version released in 1931 and cut to 123 minutes, but now here was the original…
CABIRIA Review
CABIRIA Review
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“Wreck-It Ralph,” the latest Disney animated feature for families, begins with a creative brainstorm: The movie occurs mostly inside the worlds of several arcade-style video games, providing an excuse for the backgrounds, ground rules and characters to…
WRECK-IT RALPH Review
WRECK-IT RALPH Review
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“Frozen,” the latest Disney musical extravaganza, preaches the importance of embracing your true nature but seems to be at odds with itself. The animated, 3-D adventure wants to enliven and subvert the conventions of typical Disney princess movies while…
FROZEN Review
FROZEN Review
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Imagine wandering into a cozy London pub one quiet afternoon and finding yourself quaffing pints alongside a ferociously charming, craggily handsome older gent, a survivor of the Swinging ‘60s who regales you with a torrent of tales about that storied era…
LAMBERT & STAMP Review
LAMBERT & STAMP Review
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It’s well known that David Lynch’s “Mulholland Dr.” was assembled from the remains of a cancelled TV series, with the addition of some additional footage filmed later. That may be taken by some viewers as a way to explain the film’s fractured structure…
MULHOLLAND DR. review
MULHOLLAND DR. review
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In a vast Spanish plain, harvested of its crops, a farm home rests. Some distance away there is a squat building like a barn, apparently not used, its doors and windows missing. In the home lives a family of four: two little girls named Ana and Isabel,…
SPIRIT OF THE BEEHIVE Review
SPIRIT OF THE BEEHIVE Review
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Patrice Leconte’s “Monsieur Hire” is a tragedy about loneliness and erotomania, told about two solitary people who have nothing else in common. It involves a murder, and the opening shot is of a corpse. Monsieur Hire is a scrawny, balding middle-aged…
MONSIEUR HIRE REVIEW
MONSIEUR HIRE REVIEW
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“The Ballad of Narayama” is a Japanese film of great beauty and elegant artifice, telling a story of startling cruelty. What a space it opens up between its origins in the kabuki style and its subject of starvation in a mountain village! The village…
BALLAD OF NARAYAMA Review
BALLAD OF NARAYAMA Review
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