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The Hateful Eight
11 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Unapologetic in length and ambitious in approach, this is Tarantino exercising his craft as a fan of movies. Driven by wonderfully written dialogue, superbly acted characters and a memorable score from Ennio Morricone, this is not only a solid addition to QT's golden resume, but also one that carries a level of depth in regards to modern social issues. Its a Hitchcockian mystery existent in a Western genre setting.

The Rover
The Rover (2014)
23 months ago via Flixster
½

Here's a revelation... Robert Pattinson can actually act. Both he and Guy Pearce deliver great performances in this subtle, yet ciolent post-apocalyptic thriller/road trip film that displays the after effects of an economic collapse in Australia. Gritty, rough and often fearless, its easily one of the year's best from the director of the excellent 2010 film Animal Kingdom.

Frank
Frank (2014)
23 months ago via Flixster
½

Almost bi-polar in tone, but backed by great musical pieces from the film's central band, this delivers a great dramedy led by a great job from actors Fassbender, Gyllenhaal and Gleeson, who not only learned to play their instruments for their respective roles and Fassbender actually sang the songs, but they also really looked natural and comfortable playing indie musicians. In its own little strange way, this is a winner.

Under the Skin
23 months ago via Flixster
½

Mostly experimental without really being conventional, this sci-fi thriller delves into themes of self-discovery from the perspective of an alien in an attractive female body. Its not necessarily a masterpiece, but it offers enough visual dazzle and a moody tone that keep it watchable. This also confirms that Scarlett Johannson truly has a perfect body.

The Imitation Game
23 months ago via Flixster
½

Both superbly acted and perfectly paced with the right length, this prestige period piece offers so much more than its up front and circular story. Its also a film about human rights and identity crises in a time of certain ignorance. Cumberbatch nails the role of Turing and Knightley easily displays her best career performance to date.