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  • neil blomkamp Archives | tomjupiter
    Just who am I Top 5 films of 2013 Top 5 films of 2012 Top 5 films of 2011 Home neil blomkamp Tag Archives neil blomkamp Review ELYSIUM 1 This entry was posted in E Film Reviews and tagged elysium film matt damon neil blomkamp review science fiction sharlto copley on August 27 2013 by Tom This review will have to begin where all other ELYSIUM reviews have DISTRICT 9

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  • science fiction Archives | tomjupiter
    on August 27 2013 by Tom This review will have to begin where all other ELYSIUM reviews have DISTRICT 9 Please don t take this as a lack of respect for Neil Blomkamp s newest film but a sign of the love everyone has for the first DISTRICT 9 was a breath of fresh air It was new it was fresh and it Sci Fi London part one This entry

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  • sharlto copley Archives | tomjupiter
    Just who am I Top 5 films of 2013 Top 5 films of 2012 Top 5 films of 2011 Home sharlto copley Tag Archives sharlto copley Review ELYSIUM 1 This entry was posted in E Film Reviews and tagged elysium film matt damon neil blomkamp review science fiction sharlto copley on August 27 2013 by Tom This review will have to begin where all other ELYSIUM reviews have DISTRICT 9

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  • August 27, 2013 | tomjupiter
    who am I Top 5 films of 2013 Top 5 films of 2012 Top 5 films of 2011 Home 2013 August 27 Daily Archives August 27 2013 Review ELYSIUM 1 This entry was posted in E Film Reviews and tagged elysium film matt damon neil blomkamp review science fiction sharlto copley on August 27 2013 by Tom This review will have to begin where all other ELYSIUM reviews have DISTRICT

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  • Review: The Element of Crime (Lars von Trier Retrospective) | tomjupiter
    throughout and only artificial light being used Of course this also gives von Trier a chance to play with the colours and shadows in a completely controlled manner The scheme is a sepia sickly yellow with occasional flashes of other more vibrant highlights in neon bulbs This of course re enforces the dreamlike quality of the film as well as establishing the diseased tone of the world being created here The support characters are all straight out of hard boiled detective novels a tough as nails police chief who disapproves of Fisher s techniques an old mentor who knows a little more than he lets on a prostitute love interest to accompany Fisher on his journey Hardly original deep characters yet in this stylised and unsettling world there is something almost reassuring about having characters that we can easily rest upon strong characters in the uncertain world Kramer is the police chief Jerlold Wells in a trench coat and armed with a loudspeaker he barks orders over the chaos that his officers create and he deeply distrusts Fisher s methods Kramer is a man of action not of deep thought and is an excellent foil to our protagonist The mentor Osborne Esmond Knight has fallen far and lost a great many things including it seems his mind Osborne wrote the book The Element of Crime upon which Fisher s techniques were learned This book is one of the only intact pieces of literature present in the film and represents perhaps the last grasp of civilisation Nearly every other book has been ripped up used for fires or the pages simply cover the floor The police records office is three feet full of water and clearly has not been used in many years Rational thought has been removed from this world and perhaps Fisher is the last one standing with any sense of reason Fisher meets Kim Me Me Lai in a whorehouse he finds her reading to a child possibly the only other book of any use in the film perhaps a symbol that not all hope is lost If so then possibly the only positive symbol to be found She seems as reasonable as Fisher and is well presented thoughtful educated She is placed quite squarely as sexual fulfillment very quickly though Whether this is a symptom of the world in THE ELEMENT OF CRIME or of the filmmaker though is hard to say Certainly reading it as a film alone it does not seem unbelievable that Kim could find herself in this situation Ultimately Fisher comes to see her as something of a Femme Fatale who will ultimately bring about his destruction Fisher of course is not so easy to understand not least because the film is largely being remembered in his therapy session As the story progresses he becomes more and more like his quarry even wearing an absurd HG cap and referring to himself as Harry THE ELEMENT OF CRIME seems at its core to be

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  • July 12, 2013 | tomjupiter
    Trailers Just who am I Top 5 films of 2013 Top 5 films of 2012 Top 5 films of 2011 Home 2013 July 12 Daily Archives July 12 2013 Review The Element of Crime Lars von Trier Retrospective This entry was posted in E Film Reviews Lars von Trier on July 12 2013 by Tom Who is Harry Grey This is the question that drives Lars von Trier s 1984

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  • Sci-Fi London (Part Two) | tomjupiter
    5 films of 2011 Home Film Festivals Sci Fi London Part Two Sci Fi London Part Two This entry was posted in Film Festivals Film Reviews Sci Fi London Sci Fi London 11 Star Trek Starburst on May 25 2012 by Tom Three new reviews are up at STARBURST MAGAZINE MANBORG TREK NATION THE CAPTAINS About Tom Manager at Stratford upon Avon Picturehouse film lover writer View all posts by

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  • Star Trek Archives | tomjupiter
    up watching Kirk and Spock on VHS I remember watching initially disliking and learning Top Five Star Trek Films This entry was posted in Geek Fun Star Trek and tagged List Star Trek on May 2 2013 by Tom With the imminent release of Star Trek Into Darkness which has my excitement levels high enough to melt dilithium crystals as well as the Stratford Upon Avon Picturehouse screening of Wrath of Khan just around the corner it seemed the perfect time to revisit my old friends the Star Trek movies and to put them What s on Lates at Stratford Upon Avon This entry was posted in Geek Fun Star Trek What s on on April 14 2013 by Tom Following our refurbishment work the Stratford Upon Avon Picturehouse is launching a new strand Friday Late shows A bit of an experiment as we don t have a history of cult late films I really hope that these shows work There will be some give aways and fancy dress fun to go with them Here are Trailer Star Trek This entry was posted in Star Trek Trailers on March 10 2013 by Tom Yeah I m looking forward to the

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