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    Golden Globes Nominations: At Least It Was a Good Year for Strong Female Roles

    A quasi-scientific fantasy in which two lovers enter each other’s subconscious to confront their joint childhood trauma, “Real” is Kiyoshi Kurosawa at his least disturbing or mesmerizing. Although the aesthetics retain the Nipponese horror maestro’s trademark haunting quality, the yarn’s U-turn from psycho-horror to hokey childlike fable is unexpected and disappointing. As the plot drifts […]

  • Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood on Scoring 'Phantom

    There Will Be Greenwood: The Radiohead Rocker on Scoring 'Phantom Thread'

    A quasi-scientific fantasy in which two lovers enter each other’s subconscious to confront their joint childhood trauma, “Real” is Kiyoshi Kurosawa at his least disturbing or mesmerizing. Although the aesthetics retain the Nipponese horror maestro’s trademark haunting quality, the yarn’s U-turn from psycho-horror to hokey childlike fable is unexpected and disappointing. As the plot drifts […]

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    Fox Picks Up Leading 27 Golden Globes Nominations as Disney Deal Looms

    A quasi-scientific fantasy in which two lovers enter each other’s subconscious to confront their joint childhood trauma, “Real” is Kiyoshi Kurosawa at his least disturbing or mesmerizing. Although the aesthetics retain the Nipponese horror maestro’s trademark haunting quality, the yarn’s U-turn from psycho-horror to hokey childlike fable is unexpected and disappointing. As the plot drifts […]

  • Paddington 2

    International Newswire: Animation - An Indie Growth Industry?

    A quasi-scientific fantasy in which two lovers enter each other’s subconscious to confront their joint childhood trauma, “Real” is Kiyoshi Kurosawa at his least disturbing or mesmerizing. Although the aesthetics retain the Nipponese horror maestro’s trademark haunting quality, the yarn’s U-turn from psycho-horror to hokey childlike fable is unexpected and disappointing. As the plot drifts […]

  • Mary J. Blige

    Mary J. Blige Joins Illustrious Group of Golden Globes Double Music-Acting Nominees

    A quasi-scientific fantasy in which two lovers enter each other’s subconscious to confront their joint childhood trauma, “Real” is Kiyoshi Kurosawa at his least disturbing or mesmerizing. Although the aesthetics retain the Nipponese horror maestro’s trademark haunting quality, the yarn’s U-turn from psycho-horror to hokey childlike fable is unexpected and disappointing. As the plot drifts […]

  • All the Money in the World

    Golden Globes: 'All the Money in the World' Lands Three Nominations After Whirlwind Reshoots

    A quasi-scientific fantasy in which two lovers enter each other’s subconscious to confront their joint childhood trauma, “Real” is Kiyoshi Kurosawa at his least disturbing or mesmerizing. Although the aesthetics retain the Nipponese horror maestro’s trademark haunting quality, the yarn’s U-turn from psycho-horror to hokey childlike fable is unexpected and disappointing. As the plot drifts […]

  • Diane Kruger Hong Chau

    Diane Kruger Says She Walked Out of Audition Over Director's Disrespect

    A quasi-scientific fantasy in which two lovers enter each other’s subconscious to confront their joint childhood trauma, “Real” is Kiyoshi Kurosawa at his least disturbing or mesmerizing. Although the aesthetics retain the Nipponese horror maestro’s trademark haunting quality, the yarn’s U-turn from psycho-horror to hokey childlike fable is unexpected and disappointing. As the plot drifts […]

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