Tag: Zac Platt

Guardians of the Galaxy REVIEW

It all seems so obvious now. From the moment you first see Chris Pratt miming “Come and Get Your Love” as he dances along a desolate alien landscape, you’ll be scratching your head as to how anyone ever thought Guardians

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Frank REVIEW

“I love you all!” As the credits come down on a teary eyed Michael Fassbender, bellowing a heartfelt chorus for his fellow band-members, it’s impossible not to feel at least a little touched. Frank is a film that is undeniably

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The Leftovers Pilot REVIEW

One day you’re in a car park, talking on the phone as you load your groceries into the car with your free hand. All your insecurities, rage and fears are a mile away as you look down at your son

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The Zero Theorem REVIEW

It’s hard not to root for a director like Terry Gilliam. Though often a little rough around the edges, his creations can’t help but showcase the enthusiasm of his warm personality, despite their abstract style and ponderous subject matter. Add

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X-Men: Days of Future Past REVIEW

I love the X-men. Weaned on the 90’s cartoon, as a kid I was just as enraptured by the seemingly limitless creativity of the world as I was captivated by the social commentary and discussions on bigotry at the show’s

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Child’s Pose REVIEW

Written by Zac Platt. For better or worse, Child’s Pose (Pozitia Copilului in its native Romania) is a film that shoves you in amongst its characters. Its decompressed pace and clinical focus on the minutia of the plot allow your

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The Invisible Woman REVIEW

Written by Zac Platt. More often than not, biopics bog themselves down giving all the historical dot points of their subject’s lives rather than putting forth an interesting character study. For that reason I find myself more intrigued when a

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