Tag Archives: Abbie Cornish

Seven Psychopaths

Marty is a screenwriter with writer’s block. He wants to write a script called Seven Psychopaths but he wants it not to be violent but life affirming. No final shoot outs, no last man standing, just reasoned discussion around a … Continue reading

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W.E. (or should that be Non?)

May has not been a good month for new movies in the cinema. Hunger Games and The Avengers (Assemble) hang on while American Pies and Dictators try to grab a little attention (and for me fail). Thank heavens for DVD … Continue reading

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Sucker Punch – Not everyone’s cup of tea

Twenty-four hours ago I saw Sucker Punch and it’s taken me this long to even approach writing a review. Immediately after seeing it I was only capable of inhuman sounds, accompanied by facial expressions distorted by distress. I remember I … Continue reading

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London Film Critics Circle announce their nominations

The London Film Critics Circle announced their nominations this afternoon. I am delighted to see some recognition for Duncan Jones for Moon, although why Sam Rockwell, the lead, doesn’t feature is beyond me. As is why Moon isn’t considered a … Continue reading

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Song to the Siren

While half the world – at least the half of it that’s under 15 1/2 – goes wobbly just at the thought of a bunch of socially-inept bloodsuckers, the rest of us are faced with dilemmas at the cinemas. Our … Continue reading

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