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Awards season has come and gone, but it does not fully settle until the Academy Awards. Yes, that time of the year again when all of Hollywood come together and movie fanatics around the world unite to celebrate the best in movies. Read More >
Directed by: John Lee Hancock
Genre: Biography, Comedy, Drama
Running time: 125 minutes
Release date: 27 February 2014
Saving Mr. Banks is a comedy drama, a flick that shows what went on behind the making of the infectiously popular musical Mary Poppins in 1964. Tom Hanks stars as filmmaker Walt Disney and Emma Thompson plays P. L. Travers, creator of fictional character Mary Poppins and author of the Mary Poppins books. Titled after Mr Banks, the father in Travers’ story, Saving Mr. Banks is a movie that fans of Mary Poppins, filmmakers, animators and movie buffs alike will come to enjoy and appreciate.
Directed by: J.C. Chandor
Genre: Action, Adventure, Drama
Running time: 106 minutes
Release date: 20 February 2014
A man on his own stranded and alone in the ocean. This line sums up All Is Lost, a tragic tale of a solo voyage out at sea. Robert Redford stars in All Is Lost, known only as “Our Man”. Directed by J. C. Chandor, All Is Lost is his second feature film after Margin Call, a dialogue-filled drama. This, on the other hand, has zero dialogue and only a few lines.
Directed by: Akiva Goldsman
Genre: Drama, Fantasy, Mystery
Running time: 118 minutes
Classification: NC16 – Scenes of Intimacy
Release date: 13 February 2014
Sometimes novels are meant to stay in the imaginary, fictitious world that they’re set in and remain untouched. Winter’s Tale is one such example of a film adaptation of a novel that should have been left as it is, with the movie not quite doing the book much justice.
Yesterday, SGNewWave had our final screening of the semester and wrapped up our CCA for the academic year 2013. A heartfelt thank you to everyone who came and we sincerely hope you enjoyed the Singaporean drama, Ilo Ilo!
Our review of Ilo Ilo can be found here!
About us: SG NEWWAVE is a film club that conducts “film appreciation” sessions and post-screening critiques. These critiques are conducted and documented for educational use only. They are NOT in any way in support of any leisure or profit making activity.
Just last week on SGNewWave, documentary ‘Twittamentary’, a documentary on the social media network, was screened at SGNewWave!