Film Review: Hello Charles

Posted By admin on December 4, 2017 5:49pm

What would your childhood imaginary friend think about the way your life has turned out? This is the question “Hello Charles,” the hilarious short from American director Hamish Grieve, asks. Thirty-year­-old George has hit rock bottom. He’s seconds away from robbing a convenience store when he’s interrupted by his old imaginary pal Charles who asks him: what happened? They used to fight crime...


Film Review: Partners

Posted By admin on December 4, 2017 5:40pm

The film really concludes well how people are in a relationship, it is fun to watch and it is easily relatable. Films like such do make you wonder about yourself, and the characters soon become a part of you. The conflict in the film very quickly rises after the story begins. The issue is very clear, and we get to know more about the character during their conversation. Characteristic is...


Film Review: A Broken One

Posted By admin on December 4, 2017 5:39pm

The film tells a rather simple story of a man cherishes the memory of his dead wife, with a little help from someone that share. The story is set in beautiful scenery that seems extremely carefully designed and lit. There is not a lot of background information given before the main characters are introduced, but the defined differences between the widower and the creature is clearly noted. The...


Film Review: Taichi Mice: Entrance Exam

Posted By admin on December 4, 2017 5:38pm

Taichi Mice is a beautifully rendered 3D Animation film set in an ancient China scene, where a Kungfu Entrance Exam takes place. The film started off with a funny little scene that immediately grabs the audiences’ attention. The personality and characteristic of the three main characters are clearly demonstrated through their looks and actions; from how they rolled down the abacus to how they...


Film Review: Blade #1

Posted By admin on December 4, 2017 5:35pm

By Kerby Pierre Blade #1 is a haunting yet mysterious story about a group of women who get money for shaving their head. It seems harmless at first, in fact almost too good to be true. Some of the women were offered hundreds to thousands of dollars just for shaving their head. Although the instructions came from an ominous place, they were very specific. The razor had to be a number one...


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