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2017 American experimental romantic drama film

Song To Song….. Welcome back to Malickland, the perma-twilight world where Hollywood’s most beautiful wander around fields/beaches/city underpasses while their disconnected musings whisper on the soundtrack. Terrence Malick’s eighth drama doesn’t deviate a jot from his normal MO. Thematically, it is perhaps … Continue reading

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The Catcher in the Rye is a 1951 novel by J. D . Salinger

The Catcher in the Rye Holden Caulfield , a teenager from New York City, describes events that took place in December 1949 from a mental asylum one year later. Holden begins his story at Pencey Preparatory Academy, an exclusive private … Continue reading

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Game of Thrones is taking the world by storm

Game of Thrones Books: the phenomenon Political metaphors don’t come much more pointed than the Iron Throne, the seat of the kings of Westeros in George R R Martin’s sprawling fantasy sequence in game of thrones book 1 A Song of Ice and … Continue reading

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Daniel Craig as James Bond in Spectre

SPECTRE review: ‘a swaggering show of confidence’ This is pure flamboyance from Sam Mendes as the 24th movie of the James Bond franchise combines hold-your-breath action and ghosts of 007 past, says Robbie Collin. What do we do now?” wonders … Continue reading

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Surprise, surprise in the new Jurassic World movie

Review on Jurassic World Movie The film doesn’t skimp on special effects, but the story and dialogue are wooden The dialogue in “Jurassic World” is nothing to write home about — surprise, surprise — but it is telling. “No one’s impressed with … Continue reading

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