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What did they put on Damon's nose?

Posted : 9 years, 8 months ago on 3 April 2008 06:41 (A review of The Brothers Grimm)

Worth it for the Heathage, and not much else.


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Self-indulgent crap

Posted : 9 years, 8 months ago on 29 March 2008 06:08 (A review of Four Rooms)

Bruce Willis, Tarantino, Salma Hayek, Madonna. This movie is proof that ingredients don't make the cake. Obviously these actors have too much spare, of alot of things.


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Tragically restrained

Posted : 9 years, 9 months ago on 22 March 2008 12:25 (A review of In the Mood for Love)

A graceful, romantic defeatist wrestles with her circumstance aided by her neighbourly partner in crime.

Engrossing cinematography


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Weak and contrived

Posted : 10 years, 5 months ago on 17 July 2007 01:12 (A review of Scoop)

About as satisfying as a stick of chewing gum, saccharine sweet.


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A well grounded fantasy

Posted : 10 years, 5 months ago on 28 June 2007 07:51 (A review of Bridge to Terabithia)

The soundtrack already sounds dated and daggy, but the rest of the show is well put together. Not all loose ends are tied up, which in some ways is refreshing.


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Missing the best bits of Johnny Depp

Posted : 10 years, 5 months ago on 28 June 2007 06:06 (A review of Corpse Bride)

Less than two dimensional characters, farcical slapstick musical routines and a storyline that could fit in a single line make this effort unsuitable for anyone over ten. And even so, the juniors would be better served elsewhere.


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Share housing instructional

Posted : 10 years, 5 months ago on 26 June 2007 03:45 (A review of Shallow Grave)

If you're looking for a flatmate, give this movie a quick watch for hot tips on interviewing potentials: "So, what can you bring to this house?" :-D


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Not for your mother

Posted : 10 years, 5 months ago on 26 June 2007 02:24 (A review of Shortbus)

Worth watching just for the animation at the opening sequence.


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Superb art direction

Posted : 10 years, 5 months ago on 26 June 2007 02:19 (A review of Down with Love)

Regardless of how simple the premise of this film is, it's so consistently well done that it deserves recognition. Like admitting to listening to Prince and/or Michael Jackson, I'm happy to admit that I thoroughly enjoyed this film.

The animation at the intro is just superb, it makes me want to create a 'movie introduction appreciation group' just to feature this and Shortbus.

The early sixties aesthetic creates such an immersive world, I can't help but proclaim this movie a success.


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It's good to support Australian Films bu

Posted : 10 years, 6 months ago on 12 June 2007 06:44 (A review of Three Dollars)

David Wenham will no doubt bring in the ladies to watch this, and Aussie film appreciators will probably also give this one the benefit of the doubt, but Australian Film can do better!

This film jumps around more than a cat with sticky tape on its paws, and some plot holes stand out unforgivably amongst the reality of other subject matter. How on earth a public servant can a) be unable to support a family of three or b) find himself fired (!) defies my world of logic.

Still it is a personable tale of circumstance, morality and fate where almost everything is left up to interpretation. Real characters throughout, and some smart dialogue if you can get past the mumbling.


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