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Venice Film Festival

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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.
By Andrea Pasquettin
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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…
By Andrea Pasquettin
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POST MORTEM Review; Riveting and thought-provoking cinema

Tony Manero was no less dark than Post Mortem, but it had a wicked sense of humour mostly…
By Robert Beames
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Venice 2011 Review: THE TEXAS KILLING FIELDS

Masterfully told and compelling crime film that stars Sam Worthington and Jeffrey Dean Morgan…
By Andrea Pasquettin
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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…
By Andrea Pasquettin
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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…
By Andrea Pasquettin
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Venice 2011 Rview: HIMIZU

It definitely serves the purpose of shocking the audience and forces us to think about our…
By Andrea Pasquettin
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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…
By Andrea Pasquettin
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Venice 2011 Review: Steve McQueen's SHAME

Steve McQueen presents in Venice his second feature Shame, a journey into one man's sexual…
By Andrea Pasquettin
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Venice 2011 Review: Al Pacino's WILDE SALOME

Wilde Salome becomes the compelling story of Pacino's obsession about Oscar Wilde and Salome,…
By Andrea Pasquettin