Daniel Sarath
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Daniel Sarath

Daniel is a 23 year old award nominated journalism graduate who has been writing film news and reviews online for the last four years. His work can be seen at Yahoo, Screen Invasion and HeyUGuys.

London Film FestivalMovie Review

Benoit Jacquot may have made over twenty feature length films, but his new melodrama Three Hearts is mockingly inept.

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London Film FestivalMovie Review

Perhaps the ultimate midnight movie, Sion Sono’s gangland epic/hip-hop musical is an outrageous, crass and anarchic attack on the senses.

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London Film FestivalMovie Review

Starring Game Of Thrones’ Natalia Tena, Long Distance (aka 10,000km) observes a long distance relationship with intelligence and heart.

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TVTV RecapsWeb Series

Amazon’s latest batch of original pilots (RED OAKS, THE COSMOPOLITANS, HAND OF GOD, HYSTERIA and REALLY) ranked from best to worst.

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Movie ReviewMovies

The foot-tapping swagger of the jukebox musical Jersey Boys is quite simply at odds with Clint Eastwood’s sombre, low-key approach.

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The Young And Prodigious T.S. Spivet is an eccentric and touching visual feast from Amelie’s director that uses 3D to amazing effect.

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Best Mad Men Episodes
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Mad Men is coming to a close with its seventh and final season. We look back at the 12 best Mad Men episodes to date.

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Snowpiercer
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Harvey Weinstein caved and finally agreed to give Snowpiercer a limited US release. But was the full director’s cut worth fighting for?

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popcast
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Brazil director Terry Gilliam has returned to familiar territory with his latest release The Zero Theorem. But he hasn’t returned to form.

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Under the Skin
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Scarlett Johansson is at her very best as an alien in human form in Jonathan Glazer’s unclassifiable masterpiece Under The Skin.

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ListsMovies

The Grand Budapest Hotel hits cinemas this weekend marking another triumph for writer and director Wes Anderson. But what are the indie darling’s best and worst movies to date? We rank every feature length film in his canon in ascending order to find out… 8. Bottle Rocket It’s not that

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Movie ReviewMovies

There have been many great sporting rivalries throughout history – Ali v Frazier, Sampras v Agassi, Senna v Prost – but arguably one of the most compelling was that of Niki Lauda and James Hunt. Two young Formula One drivers who fought through vehicle trouble, dangerous weather and even a horrendous crash to get their hands on the title, their battle for the world championship gripped fans and skeptics alike.

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EIFFFilm FestivalsMovie ReviewMovies

Aiden Gillen stars in Mister John, the delightfully offbeat and unusual tale of shifting identity from Christine Malloy and Joe Lawlor.

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EIFFFilm FestivalsMovie ReviewMovies

Romania has built a strong film movement over the last few years. From the powerful The Death Of Mr. Lazarescu and the provocative Police, Adjective to the chilling 4 Month, 3 Weeks and 2 Days, they have created some of best examples of world cinema this decade.

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the conjuring
EIFFFilm FestivalsMovie ReviewMovies

What is the recipe for a good cinematic fright? First, you might start by introducing the presence of something ominous: a bump or a creek off in the distance or the whisper of someone passing by unseen.

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EIFFFilm FestivalsMovie ReviewMovies

South Korea once again proves it’s a nation making some of the most exciting cinema of our times with Pluto.

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