The Films of Denis Villeneuve – Maelstrom/Polytechnique

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Jul 102012
 

polytechnique_2009As part of my July focus on Canadian films, Sydney reviewer Andrew Buckle of The Film Emporium has kindly provided his thoughts on two films from director Denis Villeneuve – Maelstrom and Polytechnique.

Andrew has reviewed a number of films from the ‘Possible Worlds – Top 100 Canadian Films list, which inspired my focus on Canadian films this month. I strongly encourage you to check out his thoughts on the following films (click on the film title to go to Andrew’s review):

Cafe De Flore
eXistenZ 
Incendies
Monsieur Lazhar 
Naked Lunch/Crash 
Take This Waltz
Tucker and Dale Vs. Evil

 

After the jump, check out Andrew’s thoughts on Maelstrom and Polytechnique.

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Dr. No

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Mar 122012
 

Dr. No

We’d like to introduce guest contributor Brett, who has kindly reviewed this film for us. Recently Brett has decided to go back and watch a few classics which have been on his list for far too long. The first of these is the very first James Bond film, 1962’s Dr. No. Thanks Brett!

Check out Brett’s review after the jump.

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