Madeleine Adele Haenel does not know that she is a character in a rom-com. She thinks she's in a war movie. Or, better yet, a dystopian post-apocalyptic movie. Anything but a rom-com. She does not smile until an hour and 20 minutes into "Love at First Fight," a new French rom-com, directed by Thomas Cailley. It's a bold and refreshing choice to have the lead character in a rom-com be this uningratiating, and this deadpan.
Vincent Cassel is incapable of being uninteresting. His Gallic charm, wolfish features and ever-present hint of a slitheriness lurking beneath the surface commands you to watch him. Very closely. One minute he is your supportive coach, the next minute he is using his powers of persuasion to warp your fragile mind. The feature debut of Australian director Ariel Kleiman , who co-wrote the script with partner Sarah Cyngler , is a moody drama that employs a dystopian-type premise that is not too far afield from a typical young-adult book series although with loftier aspirations and a less propulsive pace.
Hey folks, Valkor here. In a couple of weeks I set my sights for L. It's where I'll get the chance to check out games that'll be on store shelves and in your homes in months to come or maybe even the following year. And to get things started how about we take a look at a film that's not game related, but has gaming written all over it. I'm talkin about "Paintball" aka "Survivor Field".
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