Category Archives: 3 Stars

Review: Wild (2014)

Dallas Buyers Club director Jean-Marc Vallée brings Cheryl Strayed’s autobiographical novel to life with Wild, an inspiring tale of Strayed’s painful yet life-affirming solo journey of more than one thousand miles across North America. Advertisements

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Review: Rose-Marie (1936)

In 1936, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer was planning a follow up to the success they found in the previous year with Naughty Marietta, and after much deliberation, they decided to produce a musical adaption of 1928’s Rose-Marie which went on to be one … Continue reading

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Review: Passchendaele (2008)

Canadian talent Paul Gross writes, directs and stars in Passchendaele, a World War I drama following the intertwined lives of a troubled veteran, his nurse and her younger brother in wartime Canada in this well-staged 2008 historical drama.

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Review: The Monuments Men (2014)

In The Monuments Men, audiences are given an exciting and amusing insight into the little-known story of the the group of the same name. Directed and co-written by star George Clooney, it is a war drama influenced by the beauty … Continue reading

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