Friday , 25 July 2014

“A Wolf at the Door” A Traumatic Nail-Biter

“A Wolf at the Door” A Traumatic Nail-Biter

  Probably one of the best foreign films I’ve seen thus far this year, A Wolf at the Door tells a wicked story that boggles the mind and carries a nasty punch.  Delivering ex ...

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“Le Chef” Deliciously Delightful

“Le Chef” Deliciously Delightful

  Nicely written, directed and acted, the movie Le Chef conjures up visions of such films as Ratatouille and the creative Julie & Julia. The very quick witted movie takes ...

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“Ida” a Taut Post War Drama

“Ida” a Taut Post War Drama

  The taut drama Ida takes a turn at the box-office with a black and white stunner that spins back the clock to 1960's Poland.  A work of art for the screen this indie has po ...

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“The German Doctor” a Nazi Physician in Hiding

“The German Doctor” a Nazi Physician in Hiding

  Written and directed by Lucia Puenzo the stirring film The German Doctor takes a disturbing view of the genetic researcher and Nazi physician Josef Mengele. The movie depic ...

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“Simon and the Oaks” a Heartrending Story

“Simon and the Oaks” a Heartrending Story

  There have been many war stories coming from World War II some fiction and others based on fact.  Now out on DVD is a movie based on a novel by Marianne Fredriksson called ...

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