Movies, new releases, Reviews, Verite film magazine

Review – Get On Up

My review of James Brown biopic Get On Up has got on up and landed on the Verite Film Magazine blog like a sex machine. You can find it here http://www.veritefilmmag.com/blog/it-gets-its-grove-on-but-get-on-up-falls-down-as-a-biopic

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Review – Mr Turner

My review of Mike Leigh’s simply magnificent new film Mr Turner – featuring a potentially career defining performance from the wondrous Tim Spall – has gone up on the Verite Film Magazine site http://www.veritefilmmag.com/blog/art-of-darkness-leighs-mr-turner-is-a-majestic-portrait-of-a-contradictory-genius

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LFF review – A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night

My review of one of the coolest films to screen at The London Film Festival this year has gone up over at Verite. Farsi language vampire spaghetti western may be the first entry in a new film genre Persian Gothic.

http://www.veritefilmmag.com/blog/lff-14-1

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LFF review – The Falling

Okay, I know I’ve overused the word ‘strange’ in this review of Carol Morley’s The Falling, sorry, I blame festival PTSD. Anyway, it’s a really interesting and mysterious film http://www.veritefilmmag.com/blog/lff-14-the-falling-is-a-beguiling-but-elusive-act-of-magic

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