Francois Ozon’s coming-of-sexual-awakening tale opens with his central family on its summer holiday in the South of France. Isabelle (Marine Vacth) is turning 17 and decides that now is the time for her to lose her virginity.
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You Me At Six hide any hint of their pop punk past with a more adult set. The Surrey five piece have come a long way from their All Time Low wannabe first album, frontman Josh Franceschi shows more confidence than ever before.
Peter Landesman’s directorial debut, adapted from the book ‘Four Days in November’ by Vincent Bugliosi, concentrates on the stories of the secret service, tasked with taking control of the President’s body, Abraham Zapruder who caught the assassination on tape, the staff at the hospital (the Parkland of the title) that treated both the president and Lee Harvey Oswald, the FBI agents who feel they missed their opportunity to catch him, and the assassin’s family.
As is typical of a middle part of a movie sequence, Catching Fire struggles to find a truly climactic ending and there are times when you feel it approaching that you wish it would hurry up and get to the point. But it does leave you salivating for the next hit.
Following on from his brilliant 2012 record ‘Maraqopa’ Damien Jurado’s new record ‘Brothers and Sisters of the Eternal Son’ is set to be released in January.
The record has also been made with Richard Swift at PLACE and current song ‘Silver Timothy’ is an exciting glimpse of what await
This is brand new from French electronic exploration project, Velour Modular. Forward is the debut track from a forthcoming Capsule EP that draws in influences like William Blake and numerology.
It’s been a great year for documentaries. No doubt inspired by our current deliberately orchestrated worst of times, there seems to be no shortage of stories…
Eminem may be beginning to ‘feel like a rap god,’ but he certainly isn’t starting to sound like one. That happened over ten years ago. Yes, ten years. And if you’d have asked the 41 year old from Detroit in his prime if he’d wanted to sound like Kid Rock in 2013 he’d have probably said something witty.
Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer write and direct the hilarious parody that not only take jabs at the popular franchise but also at current pop sensations including The Avengers, Psy, Taylor Swift and Harry Potter.
Future Metallica members were probably drunk or stoned (probably both) on the other side of the Atlantic whilst I was sitting as a child of single digits back home in one of my favourite ever teacher’s classes.