Rob

Opinionator

An official Roobla opinionator since February 27, 2011

Film Review

The Castle (1997)

Michael Haneke gives Kafka’s The Castle a grim once-over, with sexy results.

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Film Review

Dial M For Murder (1954)

Hitchcock himself didn’t regard it very highly, but Dial M For Murder is actually one of his strongest films. Simple, effective, and chilling.

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Film Review

Crocodile (1996)

South Korean Ki-duk Kim makes his surprisingly beautiful, if slightly unpleasant, film debut.

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Film Feature

Top 10 Movie Orphans

We look at a few of the most famous orphans in cinematic history in our top 10 movie orphans.

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Film Review

Arirang (2011)

Kim Ki-duk’s documentary examining his own motives for making films is lacerating, excoriating, and completely fascinating.

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Farm 2012
Film Feature

Top 10 Movie Farms

Despite our name we’ve only just got round to compiling this comprehensive list of the top 10 Movie Farms!

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By the Bluest of Seas 1936
Film Review

By the Bluest of Seas (1936)

A shipwreck love story, By the Bluest of Seas will probably be enjoyed most by those who are semi-obsessive Soviet film completists.

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Outskirt 1933
Film Review

Outskirts (1933)

Outskirts is very much a product of its time, and should be seen more as an interesting piece of history than as an entertaining film to lose yourself in.

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The Arrival of Wang 2011
Film Review

The Arrival of Wang (2011) – Film Review

★★★✰✰ Ennio Fantastichini, Francesca Cuttica and Juliet Esey Joseph star in The Arrival of Wang, a sci-fi that explores a translator’s relationship with an alien.

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Inbred 2011
Film Review

Inbred (2011) – Movie Review

★★★✰✰ Alex Chandon, UK microbudget superman, presents Inbred, a tale based on the traditional “idiots get killed in the countryside” scenario.

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Dredd Karl Urban
Film Feature

Anthony Dod Mantle: Profile

We look at the career of Anthony Dod Mantle, the British cinematographer living in Denmark who was instrumental in creating the visual style of the Dogme 95 school of cinema

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