Robert Munro

Robert is a PhD student, researching film and television adaptations of Scottish literature, yet still harbours hopes of making his own films one day.

Depending on which day of the week it is his favourite films vary between: Groundhog Day, The Seven Samurai, The 400 Blows, Once Upon a Time in The West and The Night of the Hunter.

Robert is also a long suffering fan of Hibernian FC. He hates 'The Hawaiian Pizza'. There is no place for fruit on pizza.

We have 58 reviews by Robert Munro in the database: read them here

Latest Film Reviews

Only God Forgives
A drug smuggler in Bangkok is charged by his mother with finding and killing whoever killed his brother.
Dressed to Kill
A mysterious, tall blonde woman, wearing dark sunglasses murders one of a psychiatrist's patients, and now she goes after the high-priced call girl who witnessed the murder.
Harry Dean Stanton: Partly Fiction
A portrait of the actor, with singing.
Penumbra
An elderly couple living on the coast of Mexico remember their son, who was killed trying to cross the border into the US.
Not Another Happy Ending
A publisher tries to improve an author's creativity by making her life less happy.
Blackbird
A young ballad singer laments the way his small Scottish village is changing - and dying
Leviathan
A documentary shot in the North Atlantic and focused on the commercial fishing industry.
Emperor Vists The Hell
A powerful man who offends a divine messenger is condemned to an early death but told he can win a second chance if he can placate the ghosts of his enemies.
We Steal Secrets: The Story Of WikiLeaks
A profile of the Wikileaks organisation and the various people who contributed to its success.
A Story Of Children And Film
A look at the way children have been represented in film from around the world.

Features

Delicacy Driector's Q&A
10 Apr 2012
Directors David and Stéphane Foenkinos talk about new film Delicacy.
Interview with Ryan Redford about Oliver Sherman
23 Jun 2011
Ryan Redford, director of Oliver Sherman, talks about his movie, being broke and seeing ghosts.

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News Stories

EIFF announces closing film
17 Apr 2013
Not Another Happy Ending to close this year's festival
Sundance Film Festival Announces Jury Awards in Short Filmmaking
24 Jan 2013
Polish short film The Whistle takes top prize.
Weimarvellous events to run at this year's GFF
08 Feb 2012
Events include a rare screening of The Blue Angel
Slamdance winners announced
27 Jan 2012
Awards for Welcome To Pine Hill, Bindlestiffs and No Ashes No Phoenix
Ken Russell has died aged 84
28 Nov 2011
Veteran British director passed away yesterday

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