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Film Review - Whiplash


“Whiplash” displays originality by taking audiences into the world of jazz drumming, observing the lead character as he receives the education of a lifetime at the hands of a mentally unhinged teacher. It’s a thunderous movie, following its percussive lead with booming outbursts and aching physical strain, with performances by Miles Teller and J.K. Simmons displaying authority both actors have rarely shared before. “Whiplash” is a cinematic adrenaline shot with a sharp jazz tempo, and while nagging questions of genuine reaction to the malice at hand remain, it’s a dynamic piece of work, always on the verge of explosion as it surveys an unusually punishing creative skill. Read the rest at


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