Roobla Reviews.

Film Review

On the Road (2012)

It won’t inspire those to travel like the book did, but the underlying meaning of choices that we make hits home in this adaptation of On The Road.

Gavin Thai-Low | 5 years | Read
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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.

Rob Batchelor | 5 years | Read
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Life of Pi (2012)

Breathtaking 3D visuals combined with a emotional story make Ang Lee’s Life of Pi a must watch on the big screen.

Paul Anderson | 5 years | Read
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Seven Psychopaths (2012)

Martin Mcdonagh’s follow up to the acclaimed In Bruges certainly has its work cut out to live up to its predecessor but for the most part it lives up to the hype.

Paul Anderson | 5 years | Read
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I, Anna (2012)

I, Anna is a slow-burning noir thriller that looks at London differently and features strong lead performances, a stirring soundtrack and stylish directing.

Gavin Thai-Low | 5 years | Read
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Pitch Perfect (2012)

Pitch Perfect is Aca-fantastic and will make you sing along, laugh out loud and hopefully not throw up (watch to find out).

Maxine Brown | 5 years | Read
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Arirang (2011)

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

Rob Batchelor | 5 years | Read
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The Thing (1982)

If you are able to stomach the nauseating splatter, John Carpenter’s The Thing is an efficient, confident and frightening movie.

Luke Allen | 5 years | Read