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After the Wedding   4/24/08
by Darth Stujitzu
Not for everyone, it's a tad slow in places, but as an insightful drama that keeps you intrigued and guessing it ticks all the right boxes...

30 Days of Night   4/14/08
by Darth Stujitzu
Taught, suspenseful and intelligent, the film stays clear of becoming a gore fest and a barrel load of cheap frights, and in its place we are left with an intresting cat and mouse type thriller.

Rescue Dawn   4/11/08
by Darth Stujitzu
The film will not be to everyones' taste, it's more of a survival film than bombs & bullets style Vietnam movie, which allows Herzog and the actors time to really flesh out their characters.

The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford   4/11/08
by Darth Stujitzu
To be honest I've never been a huge fan of Casey Affleck, although I do prefer him to Benifer, but his performance here has to be seen to be believed, its an intense creepy, almost skin crawling performance, which to me showed depths to his ability that I hadn't thought he was capable of.

Catacombs   3/27/08
by Darth Stujitzu
As is the way with films of this nature, the only person with a lower IQ than the villan, is the hero, just quite how Shannyn Sossamon manages to hit her head on an arch way that several hundreds of people taller than her have managed to avoid, and subsequently avoid being trampled to death, to end ...

Shallow Grave   3/27/08
by Darth Stujitzu
In my opinion, Shallow Grave was the film that breathed life back into a stale British Film Industry back in 1994 and cleared the way for a new wave of young British directors like Shane Meadows, Chris Nolan and even Guy Ritchie.

A Mighty Heart   3/19/08
by Darth Stujitzu
A sometimes difficult film to watch due to the nature of the story and the fact that it is based on truth, but worth the watch if you're in the right frame of mind.

No Country for Old Men   3/16/08
by Darth Stujitzu
It's a good film, but it's not a great film, and if you're going to have Roger Deakins as your DOP, you really should be matching his skills with the camera, with your script and finished film.

Into the Wild   3/16/08
by Darth Stujitzu
The film is beautifully shot by Eric Gautier, a real road movie in the vain of Kerouac, where the stunning scenery almost becomes a character in the film by itself.

American Gangster   3/16/08
by Darth Stujitzu
I guess I was just expecting more from Scott, Washington & Crowe, but ultimately American Gangster is far from being a memorable film, and with the talent on show left me feeling slightly disappointed.


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