Quartet REVIEW

Written by Guillermo Troncoso. Dustin Hoffman’s directorial debut is an amiable but ultimately tedious love letter to opera and growing old. Being a “slow” film isn’t necessarily a problem if …

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Les Misérables REVIEW

Written by Guillermo Troncoso. After Tom Hooper took home an Academy-Award for The King’s Speech  (which also won Best Picture) he would’ve been in the position to pick any project …

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Skyfall REVIEW

Of the 23 films in the series, many have been decent and some have been truly terrible – but only a handful have been great. Skyfall falls perfectly in the latter category.

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Pitch Perfect REVIEW

Written by Guillermo Troncoso. Beca (Anna Kendrick), a university freshman, is convinced to join The Bellas, a singing group that is training to take part in an international a capella …

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The Sessions REVIEW

Written by Cassandra Singh. The Sessions  tells the inspirational true story of Mark O’Brien (John Hawkes), a poet/journalist who has an iron lung and is paralyzed from the neck down …

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Seven Psycopaths REVIEW

 Written by Guillermo Troncoso. Martin McDonagh’s first film In Bruges has become somewhat of a cult hit over the years. Seven Psycopaths is bound to further cement his status as …

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Bachelorette REVIEW

 Written by Guillermo Troncoso. Bachelorette attempts to replicate the success of last year’s Bridesmaids. In terms of plot both are similar (bridesmaids dealing with the wedding of a best friend) …

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End Of Watch REVIEW

 By Guillermo Troncoso. It’s not hard to tell that David Ayer grew up on the mean streets of South Central, Los Angeles. Training Day, The Fast and the Furious, Dark …

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Dredd 3D REVIEW

 By Guillermo Troncoso. It shows just how hell-bound society is when every movie depicting the future shows overly populated, dilapidated, crime-ridden cities that, unfortunately, don’t seem too far removed from …

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