Tag Archives: Dane DeHaan

Cinema Review – Ballerina

Félicie (Elle Fanning) has always wanted to be a dancer, but there are few opportunities for her to pursue her passion since she lives in an orphanage in rural France. When she and her friend Victor (Dane DeHaan) escape to Paris, Félicie pretends to be someone else so she can become a pupil at the famed Grand Opera House. Continue reading

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Cannes Review – Two Lovers and a Bear

Young couple Lucy (Tatiana Maslany) and Roman (Dane DeHaan) live at the very top of the world in a small Canadian town named Apex. Both arriving in the town to escape their past, they were drawn together by shared misfortune. As they set out to try and both face their past and leave it behind them, the pair soon find out just how unforgiving the landscape can be. Oh, and Roman can talk to polar bears. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Life

Photographer Dennis Stock (Robert Pattinson) is intrigued when he meets the up and coming actor James Dean (Dane DeHaan), and sets out to photograph the actor, knowing that there is something special about the man, something that could be invaluable for his portfolio. The trouble is that Dean is less than enamoured with the idea of having his photo published in Life magazine. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Life After Beth

What would you do if your recently deceased girlfriend reappeared, seemingly alive, with no recollection of her ‘death’? This is the problem faced by Zach (Dane DeHaan) in Life After Beth, when Beth (Aubrey Plaza) returns and is hidden away by her delighted but seemingly clueless parents. It is not long before Zach realises something is terribly wrong, but trying to negotiate and reason with the recently deceased – and grotesquely horny – Beth proves harder than he would like. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – The Amazing Spider-Man 2

As he graduates from high school, and prepares to move on with the next phase of his life, Peter Parker’s (Andrew Garfield) world is turned upside down when a freak accident turns a man he once helped into a violent, electricity charged killer. As well as this, Parker’s relationship with Gwen (Emma Stone) is not what it once was, and his old friend Harry Osborn (Dane DeHaan) returns to New York with an agenda that will have a huge impact on both Peter Parker and Spider-Man. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Kill Your Darlings

When Allen Ginsberg (Daniel Redcliffe) is accepted into Columbia University, he knows that the move away from home – and his ailing mother – could be the change he is looking for. When he meets Lucien Carr (Dane DeHaan) however, his world is changed in a way he could never have imagined. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Chronicle

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED AT FILMORIA

Andrew (Dane DeHaan) has had enough of his alcoholic father’s controlling ways and decides to film everything with his new video camera. While at a party, Andrew’s cousin Matt (Alex Russell) and the popular kid Steve (Michael B. Jordan) discover a mysterious crystal that gives them superpowers, but not moral strength to deal with them. Continue reading

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