David Pratt

Opinionator

An official Roobla opinionator since August 8, 2012

Film Review

Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence in the House of God (2012)

Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence in the House of God is as gripping and important as it is difficult, recounting the horrors of abuse and the worldwide conspiracy to cover up Catholicism’s highly suspect policies concerning pedophilia.

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Film Review

That’s My Boy (2012)

That’s My Boy is further proof that Adam Sandler is a presence that would not be missed in cinemas, with his attempt at more explicit comedy just as unsuccessful as his previous work.

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The Woodsman and the Rain (2011)

Despite its leisurely pace, The Woodsman and the Rain uses simple but effective humour and an enjoyable cast to create a memorable and affecting experience.

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Film Review

Lincoln (2012)

Lincoln offers everything promised, with fine performances, gripping political drama and a classic Steven Spielberg subject.

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Gangsters, Guns and Zombies (2012)

Despite early promise, Gangsters, Guns & Zombies sadly becomes another forgettable addition to the genre, despite its amusing British gangster sensibilities

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Baraka (1992)

Baraka conveys all the beauty and emotion of a dream, guiding you through both the natural and human world. Not just a film, this is an experience to relish.

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The Girl (2012)

The Girl is an interesting yet unremarkable drama concerning Hitchcock’s obsession with a woman starring Toby Jones and Sienna Miller.

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The Hunters (1996)

The Hunters, or Jägarna, is a well built and engrossing crime drama drawing on the huge talents of its cast and director to construct a simmering and tense thriller.

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Air Doll (2009)

Air Doll continues Hirokazu Koreeda’s work in depicting love, loss and the frailty of human existence with a melancholic and heart aching adult fairytale, which shows promise throughout but fails to fully reach its potential to inspire.

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Review: Sightseers (2012)

Ben Wheatley returns with Sightseers, a comedic and eerie turn concerning a pair of loved-upped caravaners whose trip to the country takes a sinister tone.

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