A Timely Blogathon: Run Lola Run (1998)

Over at Movierob, here’s the next review for A Timely Blogathon, from the excellent Jordan of Epileptic Moondancer. Jordan is awesome and you should check out his awesome blog for more film reviews. Here are Jordan’s thoughts on Run Lola Run (1998)!

This post is the next entry in this month’s A Timely Blogathon being run by Anna of Film Grimoire and myself.  This review of Run Lola Run (1998) by Jordan Deee of Epileptic Moondancer

Check out his site which is filled with movie reviews, personal stories, photography, music and lots of other fun stuff!

Tnx for taking part Jordan!

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RUN LOLA RUN (1998)

There are so many ways to interpret this film. Add to that a consistent feeling of extreme tension,  equally frenzied cinematography and a thumping German electronic soundtrack, and you have yourself quite the film, which is barely over in 75 minutes.

The premise is simple, Lola needs to get 100,000 marks that her boyfriend has misplaced. What follows is three sequences of the same goal, all transpiring in different ways and ending very differently. This gives it a strange sensation: as you watch the second and…

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2 comments

  1. What a great choice!!

  2. […] otherwise known in its native German as Lola Rennt. Recently, Jordan of Epileptic Moondancer also reviewed Run Lola Run for this blogathon, which goes to show just how classic this film is! Read on for […]

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