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The Re-watch - PROMETHEUS (2012), dir. Ridley Scott

“I ought to be thy Adam, but I am rather the fallen angel…” – Mary Shelley, Frankenstein

The earliest ventures of Ridley Scott in the realm of science fiction delved deeply into the relationship of creator and creation, the inclusion of android life as a reflection of human beings own potential to replicate the work of gods and of their creation’s ability to turn on them, to question them, or demand answers of them. 1.357 palabras más

The Re-watch

"Sand Castle" | Netflix Original Film (Review)

Grade (B)

“Sand Castle” is the new Netflix Original Film directed by Fernando Coimbra, starring; Nicholas Hoult, Logan Marshall-Green, Glen Powell and Henry Cavill. The story follows a group of soldiers who are attempting to return the water supply to a small village during the Iraq War. 888 palabras más


The Invitation

Invitation, The (2015)
★★★ / ★★★★

The independent thriller “The Invitation,” written by Phil Hay and Matt Manfredi, excels in building and complementing the requisite tension and slow as molasses pacing prior to the reveal as to what is really going on. 530 palabras más

Well, I'm Certainly Not Going Through Life With One Hand Tied Behind My Back. -- James Dean


Review by Derrick Carter

Running Time: 1 hour 41 minutes

MPAA Rating: Not Rated

Directed by: James Franco

Written by: Matt Rager

(based on the novel THE SOUND AND THE FURY by William Faulkner) 774 palabras más



On the endearingly ambitious Prometheus, and the silly little flaws that undermine its brilliance.

“Big things have small beginnings…”

The online vitriol’s always been a little harsh towards this one – but I get it.

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Review - Sand Castle

There are two things I like about Fernando Coimbra’s Sand Castle, the direct-to-Netflix war drama that was released a fortnight ago. The first is Nicholas Hoult, whose character, Private Matt Ocre, is loosely based on the experiences of screenwriter Chris Roessner. 652 palabras más


Sand Castle- Movie Review

Sand Castle is not the first film to depict the theme of “war is hell”, and it certainly won’t be the last. It’s themes of PTSD, the addictive nature of combat, and the never ending cycle of conflict are hardly new, but director Fernando Coimbra crafts a film that appeals to the premodern Iraq era, where these elemental themes are most applicable. 179 palabras más