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  • Zootropolis Movie Review
    world It s chock full of witty dialogue loveable well drawn pardon the pun characters and creative set pieces that make full and clever use of the surrounding environment many of the chase sequences would rival the big live action blockbusters It s this dynamic approach that helps it stand above most other big budget animated fare released these days It s often a cynical move for animated movies to chuck in the odd joke here and there to keep the adults amused but here it manages to fully earn that right by sinuously working them in rather than allowing them to overwhelm the plot So you ll find unabashed references to The Godfather and Breaking Bad nestled in amongst brightly coloured slapstick and a film stealing extended gag about sloths dealing with paperwork in painfully slow fashion that will have audiences young and old alike chuckling with glee Does it rival modern Disney classics like Frozen Tangled and Wreck It Ralph Time will tell But Zootropolis is a film that hits that sweet spot of being wittily self aware but also utterly sincere in its intentions as an energetic unashamedly glass half full piece of blockbuster animation The fact that it has something real to say about acceptance tolerance and looking beyond stereotypes makes it all the more special byron howard featured ginnifer goodwin idris elba jared bush jason bateman movie reviews rich moore zootropolis 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

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  • Welcome To Me Movie Review
    that wouldn t have been out of place in the 1980s to deathly dark explorations of what it means to have mental health problems and how that impacts the person s life and those around them It falls a bit short of gelling them together completely as well as leaving some of its side plots and supporting characters peculiarly unexplored actors like Jennifer Jason Leigh and Tim Robbins are criminally underused But there s an admirable trying quality to the film as a whole and whatever its flaws Wiig is tremendous in the lead role She inhabits this offbeat and at times purposefully difficult character with daring conviction Alice could have come off as something of a caricature she pronounces certain words incorrectly live on air bumbles her way through conversations and so forth but Wiig imbues her with a certain kind of eccentric charm and above all believability Elevated by Wiig s compelling central performance Welcome To Me is a film that doesn t easily fit into one neat box and that s most definitely a good thing It wears its awkwardness and imperfectness as a badge of honour and in doing so becomes strangely fascinating featured james marsden kristin wiig movie reviews shira piven tim robbins 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

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  • Iona Movie Review
    s state of mind and facility to cope There s also once again a distinct lack of musical score silence acts as its very own soundtrack here and gives the film an eerie and disquieting quality However where the deliberate pace and stoic stillness worked a treat with Shell it sometimes gets in the way of driving things forward here It s evident as soon as Iona and Bull arrive on the island that there s much strife on the horizon as she attempts to reintegrate with a community uneasy at her sudden reappearance But its commitment to keeping things as low key and enigmatic as possible exhibited in the very limited amount of dialogue between the characters can sometimes lead to things feeling irritatingly lacking rather than complex and ambiguous prompting confusion and frustration where power and raw emotion should be Iona has an alluringly understated aesthetic mighty fine performances particularly from Negga and a keen interest in what guilt redemption and atonement can mean to a person But it s undoubtedly a step down for Graham from a more mature and well structured first effort to an allusive less sure footed directorial follow up douglas henshall featured iona movie reviews ruth negga scott graham 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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  • Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Movie Review
    of a bigger entity with overarching dilemmas rather than a throwaway piece on its own The characters themselves are less defined by the script which is often clumsy to say the least as they are by the actors most of whom elevate the material Cavill still fits the bit well as Clark Kent Superman now having to deal with the fact that a lot of people not only blame him for what happened but see him as humanity s potential downfall rather than its hero Affleck firmly puts the naysayers in their place as the character of Batman fits him like a tailor made superhero outfit importantly he s just as convincing as the billionaire playboy as he is the black suited hero now world weary after two decades of fighting crime on the streets of Gotham However it s Gal Gadot who is the real ace up the film s sleeve exhibiting real presence as Wonder Woman It s hard to imagine this is the very first time she s been portrayed on the big screen in live action form and with relatively little screen time and even fewer words gives great hope for her upcoming solo outing It s only Jesse Eisenberg who lets things down on the cast side of things with a rather overbearing and annoyingly twitchy performance as shady businessman and one of Superman s most famous foes Lex Luthor The action ranges in quality as much as it does in type for every well executed sequence of bone crunching hand to hand combat or exhibiting of superpowers there s a muddled car chase or lackadaisical over reliance on the kind of one upmanship CGI carnage found in so many of today s Hollywood blockbusters But in the end of course this is all about kicking off the Justice League essentially DC Comics darker and more dramatically super powered equivalent to The Avengers The hinting at what s to come in that respect while exciting in principal and sure to send a wave of gleeful anticipation through diehard comic fans is quite awkwardly handled here The film irritatingly feels far more interested in what s to come rather than what s happening in the moment Was it even possible that a film that pits together the two titans certainly most well known of the superhero world was ever going to live up to the hype Evidently not But while it s far from the sort of mighty blockbuster that one might be hoping for there s still something inherently exciting in seeing these two finally standing face to face amy adams batman v superman dawn of justice ben affleck featured henry cavill jessie eisenberg kevin costner michael shannon movie reviews scoot mcnairy zack snyder 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

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  • Disorder Movie Review
    handle any situation All the while dealing with the fact that he s falling in love with the married woman and caring mother he s assigned to protect Then there s the home invasion thriller the eruption point of which the film steadily drives towards for much of its runtime Unfortunately however the film is never quite able to gel the two things into a cohesive whole being far more effective as the character study than the wannabe Hollywood thriller its ultimately shoehorned into being There s much to admire from its keenly sustained sense of unease and paranoia to its humane feeling found in the film s quieter more character driven scenes And Winocour certainly exhibits a stylish directorial panache often lighting her action in the kind of neon hue usually reserved for the work of Nicolas Winding Refn But it s just a shame the film doesn t stick to its more unique guns when it morphs into a Hollywoodised thriller that fizzles out rather than makes any sort of lasting impact alice winocour disorder featured matthias schoenaerts 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

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  • Thoughts On Film | Movie News, Movie Reviews, Movie Trailers - Page 2
    Witch Movie Review If you go down to the woods today March 15 2016 Movie Reviews New Releases 0 Time Out of Mind Movie Review Gere is far from the glamorous Hollywood persona in this convincing homeless themed drama March 15 2016 Movie Reviews New Releases 0 London Has Fallen Movie Review Ridiculous stupid nonsensical and a load of fun March 15 2016 Movie Reviews New Releases 0 Anomalisa Movie Review One in a million film that s poignant funny and deeply humane March 15 2016 Movie Reviews New Releases 0 Grimsby Movie Review The Borat star may have gone a bit too far March 15 2016 Movie Reviews New Releases 0 Hail Caesar Movie Review Would that it were to simple March 15 2016 Movie Reviews New Releases 0 GFF 2016 Winter Review Debut feature length director Heidi Greensmith impresses with this sincere intimate and powerful character drama February 22 2016 Festivals GFF 2016 Movie Reviews 0 GFF 2016 Goodnight Mommy Review A deeply unnerving piece of arthouse horror filmmaking February 22 2016 Festivals GFF 2016 Movie Reviews 0 GFF 2016 Martyrs Review Some films should just never be remade February 21 2016 Festivals GFF 2016 Movie Reviews 0 GFF 2016 Experimenter Review An experimental film of a controversial experiment February 20 2016 Festivals Movie Reviews 0 GFF 2016 The Club Review Acclaimed director Pablo Larrain s troubling and troubled religious drama February 18 2016 Festivals GFF 2016 0 Deadpool and the Anti Hero It s time to break some more fourth wall February 17 2016 Feature Previous 1 2 3 4 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 Hush Movie

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  • Thoughts On Film | Movie News, Movie Reviews, Movie Trailers - Page 3
    last January 05 2016 Feature 3 Top 20 Films of 2015 It s that time of year once again December 31 2015 Feature Features List 0 Top 5 Great Christmas Movies to Watch on NOW TV There s more to Christmas movie streaming than just Netflix ya know December 20 2015 Feature Features 0 Final Predictions For Star Wars The Force Awakens Predictions predictions predictions December 16 2015 Feature Features 0 The Star Wars Saga The Franchise From Top to Bottom Spoiler It s not the order in which they were presented December 07 2015 Feature List 0 19th Annual OFCS Awards Nominations Announced Carol and Sicario lead the pack December 07 2015 awards Feature 2 Top 5 Johnny Depp Movies Spoiler alert Pirates of the Caribbean isn t on the list November 26 2015 Feature Features List 0 5 Home Invasion Films Forever Changed by Modern Tech Bring it on now burglars November 17 2015 Features 0 The Liebster Award 10 burning questions answered 10 more sites nominated November 12 2015 Feature 0 31 Days of Halloween Recap I delve into unknown horrors for another year November 01 2015 Feature 0 Watch New Trailer for Star Wars The Force Awakens Just let it in October 20 2015 Movie News Trailers 0 The Hulk Might Return in Thor Ragnarok In the MCU The Hulk s whereabouts are currently unknown but he may be teaming up with Thor in his next Asgardian solo movie October 13 2015 Movie News 0 Leonardo DiCaprio Producing Volkswagen Scandal Movie They certainly aren t wasting time as there s already a Volkswagen emissions scandal movie in the works with Leonardo DiCaprio producing October 13 2015 Movie News Previous 1 2 3 4 5 Next Last Like Us On Facebook Follow Us On Twitter TOF UK

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  • Thoughts On Film | Movie News, Movie Reviews, Movie Trailers - Page 44
    be used to describe Álex de la Iglesia s wonderfully wacky The Last Circus An obvious cult film June 17 2011 EIFF 2011 0 EIFF 2011 Project Nim Movie Review Documentary fans will undoubtedly be highly anticipating the new film from director James Marsh who brought us the fascinating Oscar winning documentary Man On Wire a June 16 2011 EIFF 2011 0 EIFF 2011 Elite Squad 2 Movie Review José Padilha s 2007 film Elite Squad was a tough gritty and frankly badass crime action film that told of the dangerous drug filled slums of Rio De June 16 2011 EIFF 2011 0 EIFF 2011 Shut Up Little Man An Audio Misadventure Movie Review Often the real power of a good documentary is to fascinate and have a viewer hooked even if they aren t already interested in or don t June 15 2011 EIFF 2011 0 EIFF 2011 Our Day Will Come Movie Review Director Romain Gavras most known internationally for his controversial video for the M I A song Born Free brings his gritty sensibilities to feature filmmaking with Our June 15 2011 EIFF 2011 0 EIFF 2011 Tomboy Movie Review Sure to be one of 2011 s most subtly effective films Céline Sciamma second directorial effort Tomboy after well received Water Lilies is an understated yet June 14 2011 EIFF 2011 0 EIFF 2011 Phase 7 Movie Review It s still early days of the EIFF 2011 but I am sad to say we already have our first dud Nicolás Goldbart s sci fi action comedy Phase 7 June 14 2011 EIFF 2011 0 EIFF 2011 The Guard Movie Review Kicking off the Edinburgh International Film Festival 2011 is The Guard It s one of those films that wouldn t be anywhere near as effective if it

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