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Race review- Jesse Owens drama finishes out of the awards

Published in Odd and Fun on 14th January 2018

This tale of Owens 1936 Berlin Olympics exaltation is brake all over the racetrack, dragging a laborious ardour planned, a rote coach-runner rapport and tone-deaf analogies of America with genocidal Germany Lace your shoes tightly and unfold those calves, because Race is an endurance measure. At 134 hours, very few of them taken at a […]

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Yasuni Man film is an intimate photograph of a beautiful ground under besiege for its oil

Published in Odd and Fun on 14th January 2018

US biologist Ryan Killackey spent seven years filming a trenchant report of a remote wood community under pressure from US and Chinese petroleum companies Watching a film-maker utilization tweezers to extract writhe, inch-long Amazonian parasites from his blood leg would normally rank amongst the more stomach-churning of cinematic suffers, but it is a mere sideshow […]

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Pulp science-fiction? How Quentin Tarantino could save Star Trek

Published in Odd and Fun on 8th January 2018

The tepid recent instalment left Kirk and co needing tack, dialogue and a respectable baddie. Luckily Hollywoods grandmaster of profanity has one more film to make If you were to draw up a shortlist of likely chairmen for the next Star Trek movie, auteurish cinephile, renowned grump and all-round cuss-enthusiast Quentin Tarantino would probably not […]

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Accidentally Wes Anderson: Instagram knows stylised equality in real cities

Published in Odd and Fun on 8th January 2018

Bill Murray could be just out of shot in these epitomes of houses and spots around the world that happens to epitomize the directors marks style Pastel emblazons, front-on facades, hyper-stylised eerie equality: head Wes Anderson has a defined aesthetic. Formerly you’ve got your eye in, you can see it everywhere. That was the premise […]

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Here’s the full list of 2017 Golden Globe nominations

Published in Odd and Fun on 7th January 2018

WINO FOREVER Image: Netflix The 2017 Golden Globe nominations were announced Monday morning, and the register was a nice concoction of deserved amazes( Issa Rae! Donald Glover !), expected frontrunners( Hi, La La Land !) and even a WTF or two( Good for you, Nick Nolte !). Some of the internet’s favourite proves such as […]

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Quentin Tarantino complains the Oscars never recognise his film’s costumes

Published in Odd and Fun on 1st January 2018

At the Costume Designers Guild Awards the Hateful Eight director said he takes costumes very seriously which is why theyre popular at Halloween Quentin Tarantinos most famous characters, from the Bride in Kill Billto Django Unchained, are as adored for their brazen sartorial mode as they are their verbal pyrotechnics. And yet while Tarantino has […]

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Quentin Tarantino remembers Reservoir Puppies: ‘I weighed the walkouts’

Published in Odd and Fun on 19th December 2017

Director tells Tribeca Festival first public screening of his introduction was a fucking cataclysm but revelries in memory of dancing when Harvey Keitel came onboard When Reservoir Dogs smacked theaters in 1992, it rocketed a young filmmaker from obscurity and reinvented independent film. On Friday night, to differentiate the 25 th anniversary of Quentin Tarantinos […]

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King Arthur: Mythology of the Sword review- Guy Ritchie’s joyful lair of medieval dodginess

Published in Odd and Fun on 16th December 2017

The Sherlock Holmes director has made up an humorous rollercoaster that crashes through Arthurian legend, with exclusively the occasional stall Guy Ritchies cheerfully nonsensical Arthur is a gonzo monarch, a death-metal warrior-king. Ritchies film is at all meters over the top, disintegrating around its digital sceneries in all manner of beserkness, sometimes whooshing along, sometimes […]

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Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs to open Berlin film festival

Published in Odd and Fun on 9th December 2017

Andersons stop-motion animation peculiarity the articulations of Bryan Cranston and Tilda Swinton will premiere in Berlin in February 2018 Wes Anderson’s stop-motion animation film Isle of Dogs is to receive its world premiere at the Berlin film festival on 15 February 2018, it has been announced. Set in a dystopian future Japan in which all […]

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Free Fire review- Ben Wheatley’s shootout comedy is firing blanks

Published in Odd and Fun on 6th December 2017

The acclaimed chairman of Kill List and Sightseers attempts to appeal to a more mainstream gathering with a noisy sub-Tarantino caper that fails to grab attention After the one-two pierce of Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction, the bottom shelves of everyones local video accumulation were filled with desperate Tarantino knock-offs from heads hoping a similar […]

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