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Mesrine, Part 2 Public Enemy #1

"Mesrine, pt 2: Public Enemy #1" is the continuation of Jacques Mesrine's, famous French gangster, history of crime and leisure. If you read my review of Mesrine: Killer Instinct, Part 1, then you know I absolutely LOVED the beginning of this man's story. The conclusion is no disappointment. ... Read more
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Soul Kitchen

Foreign films can be a tricky genre to tackle. And I don’t mean from the clichéd, American standpoint of “Subtitles suck.... Read more
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Sword of War

The film about an interesting historical figure, who tried to restore the Roman Empire by force, even married to a woman with interesting family background, and was challenged by a Milanese folk hero, is unfortunately told in an unexciting way. ... Read more
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Mesrine: Killer Instinct (part 1)

Spanning the years of 1959-1972, "Mesrine: Killer Instinct (part 1)" follows Jacques Mesrine from his years as a soldier in the Algerian War (1959) through his colorful and mostly successful career as a bank robber, kidnapper, prison breaker, and killer all by the age of 36!... Read more
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Doctor Who: A Christmas Carol

The Movie:Doctor Who: A Christmas Carol ... Read more
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High Lane

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Inspector Bellamy

"Inspector Bellamy" is a quiet introspective look into the lives of Inspector Bellamy (DePardieu) and his wife, Francoise (Bunel), as they are on holiday in a small town in France. ... Read more
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The Norman Conquests

Annie (played by Penelope Wilton) has set up a weekend away from taking care of her mother.... Read more
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A Woman, A Gun, and A Noodle Shop

While running a noodle shop in a desert in China, Wang (played by Dahong Ni) the owner finds out that his wife (played by Ni Yan) has just bought a gun. Before he can confront her on the issue the police come to investigate the town after hearing the explosion of a cannon.... Read more
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The Horde

"The Horde" is another in a long line of  "super-zombie" zombie movies. They are crazed, fast, and seem harder to kill than your run-of-the-mill "Shaun" zombie.... Read more
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