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Midnight In Paris

Woody Allen has always been one to split crowds, and Midnight in Paris contains all the usual classic Allen elements. Neurotic intellectual speculating on love and life? Check, Enticing young women? Check. City setting as integ...
 
 
Films
 

Melancholia

Though the idiotic remarks made by the director of Melancholia, Lars von Trier, at Cannes earlier last year still casts an unfortunate shadow over this film, there is an undeniable genius about some of his work here.
 

 
Films
 

Moonrise Kingdom

Wes Anderson has made his movie as only he can. Again.
 
 
DVD/Blu-ray
 

Men In Black 3

Like the slowly blowing tumbleweed that whistles through the dilapidated small Texas town
 

 
DVD/Blu-ray
 

Meet Me In St Louis

Meet Me in St Louis is not primarily a film about Christmas, it takes us on a journey with one family through the seasons, from Summer, through to Christmas and then to the Louisiana Purchase Exposition World’s Fair in 19...
 
 
DVD/Blu-ray
 

Mademoiselle Chambon DVD

Perhaps the great of all dramatic conceits is the idea that love descends upon us like a plague of locusts, an all-consuming storm that leaves the landscape utterly desolate except for the potential for renewal.
 

 
Films
 

Magic Trip

Post-World War II writers of the notorious free-spirited and drug lovin’ Beat generation have received renewed attention on the big screen of late.
 
 
Films
 

Mirror Mirror

In the original Snow White, the wicked stepmother’s ultimate punishment is to dance in hot iron shoes until she dies.
 

 
Films
 

My Week With Marilyn

The rationale behind the gossip rags and websites
 
 
DVD/Blu-ray
 

Mimic

Creepy gothic thrills in Guillermo del Toro’s atmospheric creature feature