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Tuesday, November 8 2011

Does Angelina Jolie Owe Bosnia More Than Blood and Honey?

When making a movie about the horrors of the Bosnian War, what is Angelina Jolie's responsibility as an artist?


Reviews

Monday, March 23 2015

'Unbroken' Is a Merely Adequate Biopic

For every powerful moment, there is a scene that lacks force and overstays its welcome.


Monday, December 22 2014

In 'Unbroken', Angelina Jolie Stages a War Movie, Not a War of the Real World

The story of the Olympian athlete Louis Zamperini story is ideal for the epic scale of Angelina Jolie's film, yet it's also too complicated to be reduced to such notorious generic confines.


Monday, March 26 2012

'In the Land of Blood and Honey' Aims High, Maybe Too High

Often, the simplest stories are the best and Angelina Jolie's directorial debut suffers from wanting to do too much, too soon.


Wednesday, December 21 2011

'In the Land of Blood and Honey' Shows War Made by Individuals

Ajla's confinement and desolation, her powerlessness, stand in for the Muslims' situation in the war, just as Danijel's abuses, his misreadings, and his torment concerning his father's expectations, incarnate the Serbs'.


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