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June 2008

Vistas: The Lawrence Jordan Album

We often forget how much actual art there is in the art of animation. Not so much skill or filmmaking acumen, but genuine, painstaking personal


Friday Film Focus - 13 June, 2008

Feel that heat? Summer is really starting to fire up. For 13 June, here are the films in focus:The Incredible Hulk [rating: 7]It has to


‘Polanski’ Case Finally Follows the Truth

Ask any casual film fan about Roman Polanski, the brilliant Polish moviemaker responsible for ‘70s classics like Rosemary’s Baby and Chinatown, and you’re


Bell Proves Steroids a ‘Bigger’ Issue for Both Sides

Steroids - the word alone strikes fear in the hearts of sports fans and athletes alike. Thirty years ago, the anabolic hormone replacement therapy was


The Acceptable ‘Hulk’

When Marvel made the decision to take over the “creative direction” of the big screen adaptations of their characters, geek nation remained skeptical. After all,


Mess Hysteria: The Happening vs. The Signal

Newsweek Magazine must still be smarting. Back in 2002, as Signs was gearing up for its box office assault, the publication called M. Night Shyamalan “The


Giuseppe Andrews’ It’s All Not So Tragic

Introspection is key to an artist’s imagination. Reflecting life is one thing. Inspecting the inner existence is an equally important facet. In essence, it’


News Tuesday: 10 June 2008

In a new feature here on SE&L, every Tuesday we will be bringing you breaking news from the world of film. From the newest trailers to the biggest deals, we'll breakdown the weekend box office and guide you toward some interesting titles new to DVD.


Hulk: Revisited

In preparation for the franchise reboot starring Edward Norton, SE&L looks back at Ang Lee's 2003 version of the Big Green Meanie, a criminally marginalized movie that truly didn't deserve the critical or commercial drubbing it took at the time.


Invisible Target (2007)

Action films are forged out of some very tenuous threads, each one required to carry its own weight while intricately balancing the needs of the


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