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  • May 28, 2012 | tomjupiter
    who am I Top 5 films of 2013 Top 5 films of 2012 Top 5 films of 2011 Home 2012 May 28 Daily Archives May 28 2012 Review Moonrise Kingdom This entry was posted in Film Reviews Gate Cinema M and tagged Bill Murray Bruce Willis Frances McDormand Gate Cinema Moonrise Kingdom Wes Anderson on May 28 2012 by Tom Set on a small island off the coast of New

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  • Margaret | tomjupiter
    of 2012 Top 5 films of 2011 Home CinetalkTV Margaret Margaret This entry was posted in CinetalkTV Film Reviews M on December 12 2011 by Tom Review of Margaret at Cinetalk It s only playing at a few select cinemas but Margaret is well worth looking for Check out my review at Cinetalk About Tom Manager at Stratford upon Avon Picturehouse film lover writer View all posts by Tom Leave

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  • A look at THOSE trailers | tomjupiter
    This entry was posted in Trailers on December 23 2011 by Tom There have been a few trailers dropped in our laps over this last week For ease I thought I d put them all in one place I ve also included the trailer for The Artist as I like it a lot First up THE DARK KNIGHT RISES And then THE HOBBIT And next PROMETHEUS And finally THE ARTIST

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  • 2011 | tomjupiter
    shorts short on December 5 2011 by Tom Size doesn t matter Another trip to the Genesis Cinema this time to see the Futureshorts Festival If you don t know about Futureshorts it s a travelling programme of short films Generally award winning always innovative The films this time are THE EAGLEMAN STAG A stunning animation created using what appears to be no more than paper Review Hugo This entry was posted in Film Reviews Gate Cinema H and tagged family film Hugo review scorsese on December 5 2011 by Tom Learn to love cinema again I had to go and see this one One scene was shot in my beautiful cinema the Gate at Notting Hill Of course the film doesn t fit our standard audience profile so I caught it instead at my local indie the Genesis Their screen 1 is massive The story Review Snowtown This entry was posted in Film Reviews S and tagged australia film review Snowtown on November 19 2011 by Tom Serial killing Australians are nice people too SNOWTOWN is the story behind the worst murders in Australian history those committed by John Bunting and his friends The film largely follows Jamie Lucas Pittaway a 16 year old victim of sexual abuse John becomes a father figure to him and his brothers strict but caring Jamie Amador and An African Election This entry was posted in A CinetalkTV Film Festivals Film Reviews LFF 2011 London Film Festival on October 21 2011 by Tom A couple more reviews for Cinetalk I made my first trip of the year to the London Film Festival to catch Amador The film left me confused Loved the characters and the actors but well read the review to see more I also caught An African Election which captures the

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  • December 2011 | tomjupiter
    d put them all in one place I ve also included the trailer for The Artist as I like it a lot First up THE DARK KNIGHT RISES And then THE HOBBIT And next PROMETHEUS And finally THE Real Life Superheroes This entry was posted in Film Festivals Film Reviews LFF 2011 London Film Festival Starburst on December 15 2011 by Tom I caught the documentary SUPERHEROES at the London Film Festival The story of Americas real life superheroes Is it just an excuse to make fun of them or is there more to it Find out in my review at Starburst Magazine Margaret This entry was posted in CinetalkTV Film Reviews M on December 12 2011 by Tom Review of Margaret at Cinetalk It s only playing at a few select cinemas but Margaret is well worth looking for Check out my review at Cinetalk Review Futureshorts This entry was posted in Film Reviews and tagged future shorts short on December 5 2011 by Tom Size doesn t matter Another trip to the Genesis Cinema this time to see the Futureshorts Festival If you don t know about Futureshorts it s a travelling programme of short films Generally award

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  • Review: Project Nim | tomjupiter
    March who brought us MAN ON WIRE Nim is a chimpanzee who is raised by humans taught sign language and forms the basis of an experiment intending to investigate not only whether he can learn the complexities of language but to understand the use of language in human society The film consists largely of interviews and archive footage from the 1970 s and 80 s All of the major players in Nim s life are present and they all speak candidly about their actions Nim is first placed in a fairly normal family before being moved to a more isolated home At the age of five it was decided that the experiments should stop and he was placed with other chimps for the first time in his life It becomes clear early on that it is human ambitions and emotions that cause Nim the most damage not his own animal nature However the story really isn t as simple as that Of course the basic moral question over using a chimp this way is asked but the more interesting questions are also here how much does he actually learn how much we learn from him and just how human he

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  • Big News! A new addition to my top 5 films of 2011! | tomjupiter
    of 2011 Big News A new addition to my top 5 films of 2011 This entry was posted in Uncategorized on August 17 2011 by Tom TRUE GRIT falls to SUPER That s right the might Coens fall to a man in a superhero suit SUPER is just very very good Read my full review at LOATHED FILM and see my TOP FIVE films About Tom Manager at Stratford upon

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  • August 2011 | tomjupiter
    tell you I have begun an almost religious journey into the world of Nic Cage Once I would avoid any film with his presence but now I have seen the error of my ways and I am seeking out all things Cage RISE OF THE PLANET OF THE APES This entry was posted in Film Reviews on August 22 2011 by Tom The Apes Rose and it was good Finding myself at the lovely Stratford Upon Avon Picturehouse I saw RISE OF THE PLANET OF THE APES I really wasn t bothered about the film The trailers hadn t impressed me and I probably wouldn t have seen it if not for some gentle peer pressure and the promise of Big News A new addition to my top 5 films of 2011 This entry was posted in Uncategorized on August 17 2011 by Tom TRUE GRIT falls to SUPER That s right the might Coens fall to a man in a superhero suit SUPER is just very very good Read my full review at LOATHED FILM and see my TOP FIVE films Dracula feature at Starburst Magazine This entry was posted in Geek Fun Starburst and tagged Bela Lugosi Dracula film Horror on August 14 2011 by Tom 80 years in his shadow It s been 80 years since Bela Lugosi s DRACULA terrified us mesmerised us and lodged himself in our consciousness I ve written an article about this which can be read over at the wonderful STARBURST MAGAZINE Review Project Nim This entry was posted in Film Reviews P on August 12 2011 by Tom If you only see one primate movie this week Well it has been a while since I managed to see a film in a cinema so I went out of my way today

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