Radio Review: The Raven

The Raven 

I had such high hopes for this romp through 19th century Baltimore, mixing the great Edgar Allan Poe with his own creations, but sadly it all falls flat. Even iconic scenes like the pendulum are wasted. Only the supporting cast saves it a bit.

Dice roll 3. Read the full review in Norwegian at

Radio Review: This Means War.

Some people might not know this yet, but I am actually on the radio! Radio Revolt is the student radio in Trondheim, and I am part of their awesome movie show: Filmofil. I will be doing on average one review every week. All in Norwegian of course, but I can give you a tagline in English here and the dice roll.

This weeks movie was This Means War, an action rom-com starring Chris Pine, Tom Hardy and Reese Witherspoon. In all honestly, I wish this movie had just cut off the rom part and just gone with action comedy. I think Pine and Hardy could have made a fine duo.

Dice roll: 3

Listen (and read) the full review at Radio Revolt.

A movie with too much time on its hands

Movie: In Time (2011)

Despite my opinion that The Social Network is a well-made yet overrated movie, it did show me that Justin Timberlake could act, so I was looking forward to seeing him in a starring role. The idea behind In Time seemed exciting as well: a world where people live until they’re 25 and then get one year on their clock, with the ability to buy/earn more. Time literally becomes money, and the rich become essentially immortal while the poor struggle while keeping track of their hours, minutes and seconds.

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