Movie review - Page 5

Jacob Tremblay dazzles in “Room”

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Review and musings on the acclaimed indie drama and its rising young star - and where to catch the flick in Leipzig.

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Macbeth is on the Flicks

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Our Kapuczino gives us a glowing review of Macbeth (2015) with some enriching historical context.

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Carol looks good on the silver screen

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Will Carol and Therese find the courage to live out their passions - professionally and personally? Will they risk ostracism for their sexual preference in 1950s American society? Will there be a happy ending for them?

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Review: Anomalisa

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To me, the movie Anomalisa is like an existential poem I can deeply identify with. It's also a tragic love poem of sorts, and a requiem for the middle- and upper-middle class in "Western" society. Catch it in Leipzig this Tuesday.

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Review: “Lamb” and “Deutschland 83”

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These two screen gems are/were a delight to watch, even if one may be a bit more like rough coal to some.

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The Danish Girl

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How much has changed since 1930?

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