Monthly Archives: December 2010

The American – Review by James Black

The American is photographer and director Anton Corbijn’s second full length feature film. The film stars George Clooney as an assassin hiding-out in rural Italy after his last operation went seriously awry. Forming a relationship with a prostitute named Clara, … Continue reading

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Sam Newton’s Film Review: ‘Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives’

In the jungle borders between Thailand and Laos, in the region of Isan, Boonmee has its home. On the borderline of nations, of life and death, of the real and spirit worlds Apichatpong Weerasethakul has created a mystifying, sometimes baffling, … Continue reading

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Sam Newton’s Film Review: ‘The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet’s Nest’

Citizens Eye on film- Sam Netwon tells us what he thought of ‘The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet’s Nest’ Director Daniel Alfredson’s attempt to take the helm on part two, The Girl Who Played With Fire, was undeniably disappointing. Lacking the seductively … Continue reading

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Chico and Rita Film Review by Sam Newton

Sam Newton, our resident film reviewer from Citizens Eye http://www.citizenseye.org/, reviews the  fluidly animated feature- Chico and Rita. Chico and Rita is a film in love with Cuba, in love with jazz and in love with love. And as with love it’s a … Continue reading

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The Arbor- Film Review by James Black

Our resident film reviewer James Black from Citizens’ Eye http://www.citizenseye.org/. reviews the Arbor. Let us know what you think of the film by commenting on the post. Andrea Dunbar was something of a child prodigy growing up on the underprivileged Buttershaw … Continue reading

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