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Daily Archives: November 12, 2015

Very similar to guests, there are actors who were amazing at one time but have long since overstayed their welcome. Others weren’t welcome in the first place, yet we allowed them in and they promptly overturned the punch bowl and destroyed the t.v. This list will detail actors/actresses who people seem to inexplicably love and those who were amazing at… Read more »

12 November 2015 | Features, People Lists

“You want me to respect the law? Then make the law respectable,” spits a frustrated Maud Watts, played with equal parts tenderness and tenacity by Carey Mulligan (An Education, Shame) in Sarah Gavron’s pulse-pounding period drama, Suffragette. Maud is a fictional working-class mother and laundress in London’s East End, who in 1912 finds herself swept up in the women’s suffrage… Read more »

12 November 2015 | Reviews

Asian cinema has entailed extreme films, almost since its conception, incorporating themes and concepts that, at least to the eyes of individuals in the West, seem improbable. Japanese filmmakers are the definite masters of the style, mainly due to notions resulting from the atomic bomb. However, there is representation in the field from Korea and Hong Kong as well. Expectantly,… Read more »

12 November 2015 | Features, Film Lists