Ghostbutsters: Frozen Empire Movie Review

The movie begins with a Robert Frost poem which sets the tone. Some say the world will end in fire, some say in ice. From what I’ve tasted of desire I hold with those who favor fire. But if it had to perish twice, I think I know enough of hate to say that for destruction ice Is also great.

We’re then in 1904, watching firemen race to a building where there is no fire… only ice.

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Frida Movie Review

This documentary shows that Frida Kahlo should be a household name among painters, especially in the column of Surrealism, but she isn’t. Why is that? She was a woman when she was at her most raw, uninhibited, and… best. It’s that simple. This documentary is about how she got started and what she went through along the path to being one of the best painters ever. ​
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Love Lies Bleeding Movie Review

Do you like noir? Then you’ll love this, it’s as simple as that.

Like those old movies from the 1970s and 1980s that your parents wouldn’t let you watch but you did anyway, this movie felt like that every step of the way. The music at the beginning doesn’t fit necessarily, but you won’t mind… it’s uneven, awkward, but so is the film. It’s a brutal story of revenge. It’s violence with a thin veneer of love. 

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One Life Movie Review

​This is an unforgettable story, and having Anthony Hopkins tell it makes it all the better. It’s the true story of Sir Nicholas ‘Nicky’ Winton, who, as a young British stockbroker at the time, couldn’t stand the atrocities he was seeing in Prague. Johnny Flynn plays the younger version of Winton and gives an amazing performance.
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Arthur The King Movie Review

Adventure Racing is a global sport. It’s definitely not something I would be up for, even if I were perfectly fit, but if you don’t mind extreme heights and mud, this could be for you. Learning about what these individuals do, together with their teammates, of course, was a bit daunting. It’s a task just watching them! ​
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