Posts by Tom Seymour

Submarine

By Tom Seymour

British cinema isn’t good at being cool, but Submarine has bucked that trend; defiantly so.

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TRON: Legacy

By Tom Seymour

The screen may glow in Joseph Kosinski’s sci-fi spectacle, but the soul lies cold.

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Catfish

By Tom Seymour

In the truth it finds, Catfish is a sad and troubling film that avoids cynicism.

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The problem with Hollywood’s representation of the Holocaust

By Tom Seymour

Why are Tinseltown’s depictions of this atrocity so often reduced to little more than failing memories?

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