Andrea Pasquettin

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CONTAGION Review: Realistic But Unremarkable Virus Thriller

If it was a heart rate monitor it would be almost flat, no pulse.

THE IDES OF MARCH Review: Mirroring America's Disappointment of Obama

Clooney's film isn't quite the classic we had hoped it would be and it's not as strong an effort as Good Night Good Luck but it's a timely film, mirroring America's disappointment of Obama.…


Masterfully told and compelling crime film that stars Sam Worthington and Jeffrey Dean Morgan as two detectives investigating a series of unsolved murders in Texas, directed by Michael Mann's daughter. …

Venice 2011 Review: William Friedkin's KILLER JOE

What can I say? William Friedkin's new movie Killer Joe is one of the best films I have seen from a rather disappointing or at least underwhelming bunch of efforts from this year's Venice Film Festival. …

Venice 2011 Review: 4:44 LAST DAY ON EARTH

The concept is simple: at 4:44 am Eastern Time the world will come to an end. This time all the scientists agree, there is no escape. So what would you do with your last hours of your life? Who would you spend that time with? …

Venice 2011 Rview: HIMIZU

It definitely serves the purpose of shocking the audience and forces us to think about our relationships as human beings and the fact that maybe some things we give for granted, like the love of a mother towards his children, may not be axiomatic in some families.…

Venice 2011 Review: Andrea Arnold's WUTHERING HEIGHTS

If you have read Wuthering Heights and you liked it, then you will enjoy this version. If you are not a fan of impossible love stories and films with lots of silence, then you may want to stay away from this.…

Venice 2011 Review: Steve McQueen's SHAME

Steve McQueen presents in Venice his second feature Shame, a journey into one man's sexual perversions and sickness, starring Michael Fassbender & Carey Mulligan. …

Venice 2011 Review: Al Pacino's WILDE SALOME

Wilde Salome becomes the compelling story of Pacino's obsession about Oscar Wilde and Salome, about this great story of love and passion, but also of revenge and hatred. …

Venice 2011 Review: David Cronenberg's A DANGEROUS METHOD

Most of the film is spent talking about psychoanalysis, sexuality and dreams; they touch the subject of polygamy without investigate it too much. But where is the interest?…