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The Last Supper (1995)

In this current political climate, dissatisfaction with our own lots, coupled with the fear mongering media stoking the fires of religious intolerance; we are drawing significant lines between the left and right leaning opinions of the people around us. After … Continue reading

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Soylent Green (1973)

The planet earth is a finite area, and the human race is pushing its luck, in a serious way. There is a limited amount of resources (as if everyone was getting the benefit of them when they were plentiful); but … Continue reading

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Among Friends (2013)

Dinner parties are one of the weirdest rituals in the spectrum of human interaction. I mean; you have friends, you hang out with them, you laugh, you go out, you stay in, you eat, you watch films, you drink, and … Continue reading

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Fortress (1986)

Teachers are a special kind of people. They spend all day babysitting other people’s children, while trying to teach them life skills, when they are getting paid peanuts for a middle finger in the form of thanks. There’s a lot … Continue reading

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The Sleeper (2012)

American college life is considerably different to the university culture we know in the UK. In the US Sororities and Fraternities are a big part of campus life, which are usually single sex groups of classmates, associated with amalgamations of … Continue reading

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Hider in the House (1989)

These days family can mean anything from the standard nuclear, 2.4 children, one mommy, one daddy job, to a group of friends brought together by nothing more than proximity and shared affection. It’s not always about kinship in the blood … Continue reading

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