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[Reviewed by: Martin Keller]

When reviewing a film it’s easy to get caught up in broad generalizations, to be caught up in your deep love or utter disdain for it. The art of film reviewing is a happy marriage between being subjective and objective. You are charged with the duty of endorsing or condemning this piece of art, and being fair isn’t usually a first response. Rather, we respond from our gut or our heart: shooting from the hip and asking questions later. However, the responsible reviewer will offer a fair opinion: an opinion based on examples from the film, specific analysis of scenes or actors or cinematography or directing or any of the many facets of the film. The responsible reviewer is trying to edify the film, to offer insight or constructive criticism, to be “fair and balanced.” I say all this because, in my review of Ultraviolet, I find being responsible nearly impossible. (more…)

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[Author: Jimmy Weber]

"It's basically the story of how one man set out to film the un-filmable. And failed." - Banksy

New contributor to the site, Jimmy Weber, has brought us an incredible new look at this new film you may not have even heard of! Click the jump to read it in its entirety along with a sneak peek at the graffiti featured in the film! (more…)