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White Planet
April 1st, 2008

Charting a year in the life of far north Canada would have been a huge task but it feels like an old ABC nature series. In fact it’s not even that informative, glossing over scientific fact in favour of poetic description interspersed with godawful native Inuit music.

The Bet
April 1st, 2008

The shocking climax lifts it far above the feelgood revenge drama you’re expecting, and despite a penny-pinching budget, exuberant design and performances sells the rest.


The Strangers
September 1st, 2008

Like Chainsaw, plenty will be disgusted by such a nihilistic movie (take a bow, Funny Games), but as Oscar Wilde said, art is neither good nor evil, just well or badly made.

Movies about Africa — a Top Ten List
September 22nd, 2008

It’s been called everything from the savage continent to the New World. Spread over 30 million square kilometres, it has virtually every landscape and climate, life form and geopolitical society known to humankind. Is there any wonder our fascination with Africa never runs out?


Slacker Uprising
August 1st, 2009

It doesn’t feel like a Michael Moore movie, with little of his cult-of-personality showboating. There are several ultimately pointless musical acts and it gets a little repetitive, but the editing manages to generate a sense of slowly building hope which history reminds us wasn’t enough to spare us from Bush’s second term.

Crips and Bloods Made in America
August 1st, 2009

Every city has a side it doesn’t show the world, and this riveting documentary explains why that of Los Angeles is more dangerous, explosive and racially charged than most.






Artificial Intelligence – a Top Ten LIst It's human nature -- since time immemorial we've attributed human characteristics to ...
August 1st, 2008

Buddha’s Lost Children An ex boxer-turned Buddhist monk collects horses and orphaned, malnourished children in ...
April 1st, 2008

Tales of the Unexpected Forget the endless, tired procession of slasher-era remakes, J horror, exploitation double ...
July 1st, 2007

Oblique September 11 references If one was to review the below list chronologically, one would find ...
April 30th, 2008

The Strangers It doesn't look like The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, but this smoothly shot ...
September 1st, 2008

The Notorious Bettie Page When Jenna Jameson's tell-all autobiography How to Make Love Like a Porn ...
September 1st, 2007


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