Category Archives: Movies

First Nations-Related Movies I’ve Seen – Part 1

As more people are looking at First Nations/Native American issues now that the Idle No More Movement is sweeping the nation and perhaps the globe, movie buffs like me may want to look into films with First Nations-related content. Here … Continue reading

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Movie Review: Jab Tak Hai Jaan

I have started learning Hindi recently.  One of my great joys is to watch Bollywood films.  I’m in luck: the local cinema located 3 blocks from my house shows the latest movies from India.  Here is my chance to review … Continue reading

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Movie Review: James Bondage and Skyfall

JAMES’ BONDAGE IS THE BONDAGE OF ALL OF US I remember when I was around 12 years old, taking cold showers every day.  Brrr, so freezing my shanackers almost fell off!  All due to the influence of Ian Fleming’s James … Continue reading

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Turtles Can Fly – Movie Review

Set in 2003 on the Turkish-Iraqi border where the Kurds have their homeland, Turtles Can Fly portrays the story of an enterprising group of orphans who are trying to survive the horrors of war.  13-year-old “Satellite” (Soran Ebrahim) marshals the … Continue reading

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