Film Review: The Debt

The Debt is an accomplished thriller that audiences should find absorbing. The various aspects combine together effectively to produce an atmospheric film that retains a sense of plausibility. In 1997, the daughter of two former Mossad agents publishes a book detailing their accomplishments. Rachel and Stefan, along with fellow agent David, undertook a mission to track down a Nazi war […]

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Film Review: The Tree of Life

Some will be utterly captivated by The Tree of Life. For others, it will be the longest 2 hours 18 minutes of their lives. But most will probably fall somewhere in between these two polemics. Living with his parents and two younger brothers in 1950s Texas, Jack is on the cusp of adolescence. He has a sometimes difficult relationship with […]

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The Help Trailer

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1GYmhc8Xk8g[/youtube] The Help, based on the best-selling book by Kathryn Stockett, is released on 28th October 2011. I haven’t read the novel as I am allergic to books without illustrations, so I have no idea how the film adaptation will compare. Nonetheless, the film boasts a great cast which includes Emma Stone, Viola Davies and Jessica Chastain, fresh from her […]

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