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Voyage of Time – Venice 2016 Review

30 years in the making makes a decent marketing line for Terrence Malick’s latest film Voyage of Time. With such a line and a pedigree name attached, it can’t help but underwhelm even if it does indeed...
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Safari – Venice 2016 Review

After the death of Cecil the Lion, it’s become clear that public opinion of big-game hunting is at an all-time low. So Safari is a timely documentary about the reviled activity that yields many...
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Home – Venice 2016 Review

For the first half of Home, it’s difficult to understand what story the filmmakers are trying to tell. It’s clearly meant to be a teen film, but there’s a lack of direction in the plot that mirrors the...
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The Bleeder – Venice 2016 Review

Taking a look at the life of Chuck Wepner, the real-life inspiration for Rocky Balboa, The Bleeder appropriately feels eclipsed by greatness. It stands in shadows that include the legacy of Muhammad Ali, the...
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Prevenge – Venice 2016 Review

Prevenge opens with a heavily pregnant Ruth (Alice Lowe) murdering a seemingly harmless, although admittedly creepy, reptile shop owner. No explanation is given, and from here we hang onto Ruth’s...
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Arrival – Venice 2016 Review

“Well, what do you make of that?" Colonel Weber (Whitaker) rather amusingly asks linguist professor Louise (Adams) after he plays her an indecipherable recording of the sound of aliens that have just landed...