life of pi

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The Destruction of Oz (and of Suspension of Disbelief in the Cinema)

Are you off to see the Wizard? ~ ~ ~ Having recently seen Oz the Great and Powerful, and in the knowledge that it’s still number one at the UK and American box office (and making a fuckzillion dollars while doing so), it’s had me thinking more than any other film has so far this year. … Continue reading

THE FILM JOURNAL | December 2012

I look back at the films I watched through the previous month, whether they were brand new in the cinema or simply new to me. Dates are by UK release. Here are my thoughts.   For December, there was a little bit of festive viewing (Arthur Christmas), some stunning documentaries (The House I Live In, … Continue reading

Top 50 Films of 2012

— 2012 was a year of anticipation: in twelve brief months, we expected the arrival of some of the biggest films cinema has ever known. Avengers Assemble, Prometheus, The Dark Knight Rises, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. As the months progressed, it was clear that documentaries were having a strong year with The Imposter, Marley and West of … Continue reading

REVIEW | Life of Pi

Ang Lee’s courageous, artistic event movie is out next week. I reviewed it over at The Quietus – click here or the image below to read! —

Gary Green: Freelance film critic.

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