Movie Reviews tagged History

  • Silence - Review

    Silence not only inspires us to stand by our personal beliefs, but it also encourages us to not force those beliefs on others.
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  • Operation Chromite - Review

    A film that wants nothing more than to appease an international market, yet seems to be so caught up by this endeavour that it loses sight of the one thing that matters most; the story.
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  • The Birth of a Nation - Review

    Surging with a brutal, take-no-prisoners vision of a time much darker, yet comparable to today’s spectrum of injustice and loss of life, Nate Parker’s tale of a slave/preacher turned rebel leader navigating the blood-soaked Antebellum South is a searing piece of cinema.

    It’s aesthetic ranges from ghastly wide shots of murdered slaves hanging from trees, to floaty sequences of newly-weds…
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  • Anthropoid - Review

    With Anthropoid, Ellis hasn’t compromised on his own artistry, as it’s a distinctly resourceful, accomplished and well-crafted production.
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