WISH YOU WERE HERE Review 6.5/10

WISH YOU WERE HERE Review

Release Date:   June 7, 2013 (Limited)
MPAA Rating:   R
Director:   Kieran Darcy-Smith
Film Pulse Score:   6.5/10

Kieran Darcy-Smith’s debut feature length, Wish You Were Here, is unusually standard and naturalistic in its execution. I

‘Pieta’ Review 5/10

‘Pieta’ Review

Release Date:   May 17, 2013 (Limited Release and VOD platforms)
MPAA Rating:   Not Rated
Director:   Ki-duk Kim
Film Pulse Score:   5/10

Ki-duk Kim’s newest film Pieta won the Golden Lion (Il Leone d’Oro)

‘Sightseers’ Review 7.5/10

‘Sightseers’ Review

Release Date: May 10, 2013
MPAA Rating: NR
Director: Ben Wheatley
FilmPulse Score: 7.5/10

It’s been a little over a year since I reviewed Ben Wheatley’s Kill List for Film Pulse (which was

‘Sun Don’t Shine’ Review 7/10

‘Sun Don’t Shine’ Review

Release Date:   April 26, 2013 (Limited and VOD platforms)
MPAA Rating:   NR
Director:   Amy Seimetz
FilmPulse Score:   7/10

Amy Seimetz is an emerging actress, one that is experiencing  a great deal of critical

‘The Angels’ Share’ Review 5/10

‘The Angels’ Share’ Review

Release Date:   April 12th, 2013 (Limited)
MPAA Rating:   Not Rated
Director:   Ken Loach
FilmPulse Score:   5/10

“The Angels’ Share” is phrase used in the whisky distilling business; it refers to the amount of

UPSTREAM COLOR Review 9

UPSTREAM COLOR Review

We here at Film Pulse have been discussing Shane Carruth's Upstream Color for the last several months, basically stating that it would turn out to be one of our favorite films of the year. I made numerous statements and poised questions to myself after watching the first teaser. After revisiting that post I have decided that - Yes, 8 years was definitely worth the wait and I, sort-of, understood the film, but I am still processing what I just saw.

‘Only God Forgives’ Red Band Trailer

‘Only God Forgives’ Red Band Trailer

Remember how much you loved the stylized violence of Nicolas Winding Refn’s Drive? Wish it was set in Bangkok with Thai-boxing? All your dreams have come true and here is the first look at Refn’s follow-up Only God Forgives.