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  • EIFF 2012 | Thoughts On Film | Movie News, Movie Reviews, Movie Trailers
    Reviews 0 EIFF 2012 Unconditional Movie Review One of the highlights of the EIFF 2012 this is an effective drama which tackles a difficult subject with intelligence June 23 2012 EIFF 2012 Festivals Movie Reviews 0 EIFF 2012 Brake Movie Review Stephen Dorff stars in this mystery thriller about a man who wakes up inside a see through box soon realizing he s been taken hostage for the June 22 2012 EIFF 2012 Festivals Movie Reviews 0 EIFF 2012 Exit Elena Movie Review A touching and subtle realist drama about a live in nurse who goes to stay with a family who need help with their elderly grandmother June 22 2012 EIFF 2012 Festivals Movie Reviews 0 EIFF 2012 Dr Seuss The Lorax Movie Review Beautiful animation nice voice work and very annoying June 22 2012 EIFF 2012 Festivals Movie Reviews 0 EIFF 2012 No Man s Zone Movie Review A powerful real life story is wasted on a manipulative and ultimately inert documentary June 22 2012 EIFF 2012 Festivals Movie Reviews 2 EIFF 2012 Guinea Pigs Movie Review Being a human guinea pig for medical experiments might not be the best idea if this atmospheric if flawed horror thriller is anything to go by June 20 2012 EIFF 2012 Festivals Movie Reviews 0 EIFF 2012 Grabbers Movie Review A fun and inventive alien movie which pays homage to monster movies of the past June 20 2012 EIFF 2012 Festivals Movie Reviews 0 EIFF 2012 Lovely Molly Movie Review The Blair Witch Project co director Eduardo Sanchez delivers an effective horror drama that s only hurt by relying too much on ambiguity June 19 2012 EIFF 2012 Festivals Movie Reviews 0 EIFF 2012 Pusher Movie Review Richard Coyle stars in the English language remake of Nicolas Winding Refn s Danish

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  • Festivals | Thoughts On Film | Movie News, Movie Reviews, Movie Trailers
    Movie Reviews New Releases 0 EIFF 2015 The Hallow Review Music video turned feature film director Corin Hardy makes a solidly effective debut with his fairytale themed horror June 24 2015 EIFF 2015 Festivals Movie Reviews New Releases 0 EIFF 2015 Love Mercy Review Paul Dano and John Cusack give dual performances as The Beach Boys Brian Wilson in this terrific biographical drama June 22 2015 EIFF 2015 Festivals Movie Reviews New Releases 0 EIFF 2015 Inside Out Review Emotions run high in Pixar s latest slice of cinematic brilliance June 21 2015 EIFF 2015 Festivals Movie Reviews New Releases 0 EIFF 2015 Manson Family Vacation Review Bizarre family bonding and death obsession collide in this odd rather aimless mumblecore dramedy June 19 2015 EIFF 2015 Festivals Movie Reviews 0 EIFF 2015 Maggie Review An admirable attempt at something unique but a sluggish and drawn out zombie drama nonetheless June 19 2015 EIFF 2015 Festivals Movie Reviews 0 EIFF 2015 13 Minutes Review Downfall director Oliver Hirschbiegel returns to WWII with this handsomely made if rather unmemorable war drama June 19 2015 EIFF 2015 Festivals Movie Reviews 1 EIFF 2015 The Legend of Barney Thomson Review Robert Carlyle makes a hilarious and macabre debut with this story of a barber turned accidental serial killer June 17 2015 EIFF 2015 Festivals Movie Reviews 0 Edinburgh International Film Festival 2015 Lineup Announced This morning new festival Artistic Director Mark Adams announced the lineup for this year s Edinburgh International Film Festival at the Filmhouse in Edinburgh As always May 27 2015 Festivals Movie News 1 2 3 Next Last Like Us On Facebook Follow Us On Twitter TOF UK on Twitter Follow TOF UK 405 people follow TOF UK NadiaHon DocShort SmokeyB Emfounda CinemaCo Artsploi Beggar M greekman RonaWill gilliany Latest Reviews

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  • EIFF 2012: 7 Days In Havana Movie Review | Thoughts On Film
    s in town to receive a film festival award It s a funny and idiosyncratic little tale that s weirdly compelling to watch thanks largely to the performance of Emir Kusturica as the director And there s also Dulce amargo set on Saturday and directed by Juan Carlos Tabío following a woman as she tries to bake things in time for a local celebration all the while unknowing of something her daughter is planning Unfortunately that s where the positives end as the four other segments are a mix of ineffective boring and bizarre The Wednesday set La tentadión de Cecilia helmed by Julio Médem and telling the story of a young singer torn between staying with her current boyfriend or starting a new life and career in Spain is equal parts melodramatic and indulgent in nature although offers the most substantial tie in to another of the segments The Thursday set Diary of a Beginner directed by Elia Suleiman is utterly pointless and pretentious as we follow a man aimlessly wandering around his hotel and the local streets observing people Friday s Ritual directed by the controversial Gaspar Noé Irreversible Enter the Void is striking but nonetheless weird and completely out of sync with the rest of the film And finally the Sunday set La fuente is intriguing to begin with but is ultimately plodding and unsatisfying making points about communitys pulling together to achieve something and religious belief but never in a way that feels substantial For at least three out of the seven segments 7 Days in Havana is a compelling and oddly interesting slice of Havana life but the other four parts cloud any enjoyment as an overall experience The film s main issue is that it doesn t feel connected enough and could have massively benefited with a stronger woven together narrative instead of being seven different stories that are only vaguely and I stress that word linked Anthology films have been done many times before and much better than this 7 Days in Havana is released in UK cinemas on July 6th 7 days in havana benicio del toro daniel bruhl eiff 2012 elia suleiman featured gaspar noe josh hutcherson juan carlos tabio julio medem laurent cantet movie reviews pablo trapero About the Author I m a freelance film reviewer and blogger with over 7 years of experience writing for various different websites In addition to my running editing and writing for Thoughts On Film I am also the freelance Film TV editor for Scotland based student magazine website Scotcampus I have a passion for all types of cinema and have a particular love for foreign language film especially South Korean and Japanese cinema Favourite films include The Big Lebowski Pulp Fiction and 2001 A Space Odyssey Twitter Facebook Related Posts Tweet Leave A Response Click here to cancel reply Name required Email required Website Comment Like Us On Facebook Follow Us On Twitter TOF UK on Twitter Follow TOF UK 405 people follow

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  • EIFF 2012: Berberian Sound Studio Movie Review | Thoughts On Film
    gets freaked out by for example watermelons being smashed to create a sound effect or repeatedly asking for reimbursement for flight expenses One of the most wonderful things about the film is how it explores as the title may suggest sound in movies It s an aspect we take for granted every time we sit down in a dark room to watch a film but sound is absolutely crucial in creating mood atmosphere and even the basics of understanding what an image is trying to convey The film skilfully plays around with this aspect for example showing a woman screaming but taking away the sound creating a jarring affect that reminds you of the power the relationship between sound and image can have Intimate haunting and wonderfully weird Berberian Sound Studio is the type of unique film that should be cherished It evokes the work of David Lynch like an extended stay in Mulholland Drive s Club Silencio with its primal atmosphere dreamlike narrative enigmatic ending and an overall mentality that allows everyone to get something different out of it This is brilliant filmmaking and for what it s aiming to be rather perfect berberian sound studio eiff 2012 featured movie reviews peter strickland toby jones About the Author I m a freelance film reviewer and blogger with over 7 years of experience writing for various different websites In addition to my running editing and writing for Thoughts On Film I am also the freelance Film TV editor for Scotland based student magazine website Scotcampus I have a passion for all types of cinema and have a particular love for foreign language film especially South Korean and Japanese cinema Favourite films include The Big Lebowski Pulp Fiction and 2001 A Space Odyssey Twitter Facebook Related Posts Tweet Leave A Response

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  • EIFF 2012: Shadow Dancer Movie Review | Thoughts On Film
    of thrillers just look at the utterly fantastic Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy from last year but here that pace sort of neuters the tension a lot of the time suggestive of a more gripping film in there somewhere that s hampered by not keeping things moving Having said that Marsh is clearly a director who has a handle on the topics he chooses to deal with Using a deft script by Tom Bradby who also wrote the novel he has constructed a film that deals with a difficult topic in a way that s intriguing even if it s not all that exciting in the moment The plot is unpredictable which is always a good thing and the ending is just about perfect for the story being told A denouement that s completely satisfying even if the same can t always be said about the journey there Shadow Dancer offers a vague almost wishy washy mentality that can sometimes feel frustrating a kind of non committal attitude that often leaves things feeling inert when they should hit you like a punch in the stomach Nevertheless it has wonderful performances looks beautiful and deals with tricky subject matter in an intelligent grown up way Certainly worth checking out but is ultimately more interesting than engaging aidan gillen andrea riseborough clive owen eiff 2012 featured gillian anderson james marsh movie reviews About the Author I m a freelance film reviewer and blogger with over 7 years of experience writing for various different websites In addition to my running editing and writing for Thoughts On Film I am also the freelance Film TV editor for Scotland based student magazine website Scotcampus I have a passion for all types of cinema and have a particular love for foreign language film especially South Korean and Japanese cinema Favourite films include The Big Lebowski Pulp Fiction and 2001 A Space Odyssey Twitter Facebook Related Posts Tweet One Comment Shadow Dancer at the 66th Edinburgh International Film Festival plus reviews Just Gillian Anderson June 30 2012 at 7 21 pm Reply Thoughts N Film Bolstered by wonderful performances from the likes of Owen Gillian Anderson Domhnall Gleeson and particularly rising star Riseborough as the woman conflicted between her long standing beliefs and keeping her family safe Shadow Dancer is a very well made film that s very handsome to look at Shadow Dancer offers a vague almost wishy washy mentality that can sometimes feel frustrating a kind of non committal attitude that often leaves things feeling inert when they should hit you like a punch in the stomach Nevertheless it has wonderful performances looks beautiful and deals with tricky subject matter in an intelligent grown up way Certainly worth checking out but is ultimately more interesting than engaging Share this Like this LikeBe the first to like this Leave A Response Click here to cancel reply Name required Email required Website Comment Like Us On Facebook Follow Us On Twitter TOF UK on Twitter Follow TOF UK

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  • EIFF 2012: Eddie - The Sleepwalking Cannibal Movie Review | Thoughts On Film
    play almost like Dawn of the Dead meets Fargo Some welcome heart is however injected because of the relationship between Lars and Eddie helped largely by the performances of Linhardt and Smith But it s at its best when exploring the outlandish central idea whether it be Lars using Eddie as a sort of weapon to get his own back on mean people or Eddie simply running wild There s a weird mashup going on involving an exploration of what it means to be an artist and what it takes to create great art and the kind of genre pleasures it obviously promises with that title and premise It s an odd film that might not totally work but it for what it is it s a fun bit of something different that s at least worth a look if not essential viewing boris rodriguez eddie the sleepwalking cannibal eiff 2012 featured festivals movie reviews About the Author I m a freelance film reviewer and blogger with over 7 years of experience writing for various different websites In addition to my running editing and writing for Thoughts On Film I am also the freelance Film TV editor for Scotland based student magazine website Scotcampus I have a passion for all types of cinema and have a particular love for foreign language film especially South Korean and Japanese cinema Favourite films include The Big Lebowski Pulp Fiction and 2001 A Space Odyssey Twitter Facebook Related Posts Tweet Leave A Response Click here to cancel reply Name required Email required Website Comment Like Us On Facebook Follow Us On Twitter TOF UK on Twitter Follow TOF UK 405 people follow TOF UK NadiaHon DocShort SmokeyB Emfounda CinemaCo Artsploi Beggar M greekman RonaWill gilliany Latest Reviews Hush Movie Review April 18 2016 0

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  • EIFF 2012: God Bless America Movie Review | Thoughts On Film
    from one insufferably shallow reality TV show to the next It s only when the film dispenses for the most part with those small pleasures and turns into a twisted Bonnie Clyde meets Natural Born Killers road movie that it falters if only because it attempts emotion when it doesn t really have the means to back it up There is however a surprising sweetness to the film at times thanks largely to the performance of Murray who dives into the role at the deep end and manages to be as effective in the over the top moments as he is in the quieter ones It may be a bit on the long side stretching an idea out further than it needs to be and perhaps a bit too one note in how it approaches the satire But God Bless America is nevertheless a clever often shocking comedy which has its finger on the pulse of American culture while at the same time smashing at it with a hammer Gutsy comedy filmmaking bobcat goldthwait eiff 2012 featured god bless america joel murray movie reviews About the Author I m a freelance film reviewer and blogger with over 7 years of experience writing for various different websites In addition to my running editing and writing for Thoughts On Film I am also the freelance Film TV editor for Scotland based student magazine website Scotcampus I have a passion for all types of cinema and have a particular love for foreign language film especially South Korean and Japanese cinema Favourite films include The Big Lebowski Pulp Fiction and 2001 A Space Odyssey Twitter Facebook Related Posts Tweet Leave A Response Click here to cancel reply Name required Email required Website Comment Like Us On Facebook Follow Us On Twitter TOF UK on

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  • EIFF 2012: The Fourth Dimension Movie Review | Thoughts On Film
    appear on screen as text before each part It s conceited arty nonsense that s repetitive confusing and boring only markedly of interest in so far as it represents a unique experience But this is not the sort of individualistic material that works on its own originality alone There s nothing to grab onto emotionally all of the characters are either too weird too distant or too vacuous to care about in any way and intellectually it s not satisfying either It felt like a bunch of half baked ideas thrown onto the screen and then they just rolled with whatever way it stuck Beyond uniqueness The Fourth Dimension offers no enjoyment and barely anything to take away from it other than it s possible to make something that thinks outside of the box Points for trying but the result is a pretentious and insufferable bore of a film aleksei fedorchenko eiff 2012 featured festivals harmony korine jan kwiecinski movie reviews the fourth dimension val kilmer About the Author I m a freelance film reviewer and blogger with over 7 years of experience writing for various different websites In addition to my running editing and writing for Thoughts On Film I am also the freelance Film TV editor for Scotland based student magazine website Scotcampus I have a passion for all types of cinema and have a particular love for foreign language film especially South Korean and Japanese cinema Favourite films include The Big Lebowski Pulp Fiction and 2001 A Space Odyssey Twitter Facebook Related Posts Tweet Leave A Response Click here to cancel reply Name required Email required Website Comment Like Us On Facebook Follow Us On Twitter TOF UK on Twitter Follow TOF UK 405 people follow TOF UK NadiaHon DocShort SmokeyB Emfounda CinemaCo Artsploi Beggar M greekman

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