dipesh parmar

Top Reviewer Ranking: 1,139
Helpful votes received on reviews: 81% (847 of 1,048)
Location: Brighton
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Fascinated by anything creative, a huge fan of music and film. Mostly interested in the more experimental/left-field strands of music and film.

Huge interest in Music, Film, Art, Architecture, anything creative. Always doing something, never sit still!

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 1,139 - Total Helpful Votes: 847 of 1048
Wish You Were Here [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Joel Edgerton
Wish You Were Here [DVD] DVD ~ Joel Edgerton
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
‘Wish You Were Here’ is the debut feature from Australian director Kieran Darcy-Smith. A group of Australians visit Cambodia for a holiday, where under mysterious circumstances only three of the original four tourists come back home.

Steph (Teresa Palmer) was invited by her new boyfriend Jeremy (Antony Starr) to come with him to Cambodia where he often travels to for business. Still only a few weeks into their romance, Steph wanted to be certain of her safety so she asks her sister Alice (Felicity Price) and husband Dave (Joel Edgerton) to accompany them.

Rushing backwards and forwards in time, ‘Wish You Were Here’ slowly pieces together the mystery surrounding… Read more
The Keeper of Lost Causes [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Nikolaj Lie Kaas
The Keeper of Lost Causes [DVD] DVD ~ Nikolaj Lie Kaas
0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Scandinavian TV, film and literature has been a remarkable phenomenon over the past decade, with the wordwide success of ‘The Killing’, ‘Let The Right One In’ and ‘The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo’. ‘The Keeper of Lost Causes’, based on an international bestseller written by Jussi Adler-Olsen, is a new Danish film in the same gritty noir crime thriller mould that many viewers have become accustomed to.

Nikolaj Lie Kaas plays Carl Mørck, an arrogant and cantankerous homocide detective who nobody wants to work with even though he’s good at his job. After a botched raid puts himself and his partner in hospital, Carl is demoted to a desk job handling old cases which were never… Read more
Two Days, One Night [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Marion Cotillard
Two Days, One Night [DVD] DVD ~ Marion Cotillard
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
How far would you go to keep your job? This is the dilemma facing Sandra (Marion Cotillard) in ’Two days, one night’, the new film by Belgian directors Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne.

The company is struggling, and Sandra’s foreman Jean-Marc (Olivier Gourmet) has been trying everything to sack her to cut costs. He’s engineered a vote where the staff either relieve Sandra of her duties but in return receive a €1000 bonus or she can stay on the payroll and they get nothing. Sandra has only a weekend to convince her colleagues to keep her in employment. She’s been on leave for depression, so this new situation is not good for her rehabilitation. Aided by her doting husband Manu… Read more

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