Review: Timecrimes

Paradox’s are a bitch, and the glaring one in this quality made film, but utterly pointless one, make watching the film frustrating and pointless since none of what is happening would could have possibly happened in the first place. And to get technical for a moment people reference the predestination paradox when discussing this film, […]

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Review: Slumdog Millionaire

Danny Boyle’s latest is a fast paced (mostly) look at life in the slums of India, and an engaging and interesting portrait of a young boy’s like and his story of survival and search for love. Jamal Malik (Dev Patel) is one question away form winning India’s version of ‘Who Wants to be a Millionaire” […]

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Review: Synecdoche, New York

Charlie Kaufman is back in his most ambitious, intriguing, bizarre, and out there script yet and at the helm he creates a thought provoking piece of work, that demands a second viewing. Caden Cotard (Philip Seymour Hoffman) is a successful play director, with a bit of a strained marriage to his wife Adele (Catherine Keener), […]

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