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by Matt Mazur

22 Jul 2009


It is hard to believe that Jane Campion has not made a full length feature film since 2003’s In the Cut but it is great to see her returning to her romantic roots with the biography of Keats, here played by Ben Whishaw. This looks to be every bit as visually-stunning and well-made as her classic The Piano. Welcome back, Jane!

by McClatchy Newspapers (MCT)

21 Jul 2009


The following games are scheduled for release this week, according to GameSpot.com:

July 20:

The King of Fighters XII (X360 and PS3; genre: fighting games, rated T)

by Matt Mazur

20 Jul 2009


Ok, “girl power” is not new territory for Barrymore, and it is nice to see her breaking into the directorial boys club, but after a career-altering performance in Grey Gardens, this is what she has to offer? It looks fun, the politics look safe, and hopefully it will probably make her a lot of money to parlay into future endeavors, but everything about this looks stale and aimed toward the Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants crowd. But it is Drew Barrymore and she can be extremely charming. I’m torn.

by Matt Mazur

17 Jul 2009


Carey Mulligan is getting buzz already as a favorite for Best Actress for her work in this Brit coming of age tale. And Peter Sarsgaard’s dodgy English accent aside, the supporting cast looks killer: Cara Seymour, Olivia Williams, Dominic Cooper, Rosemund Pike, Sally Hawkins, the dynamic Emma Thompson and the always-underrated Alfred Molina (what does this man need to do to get an Oscar nom?). This is a real no-brainer: essential fall cinema.

by Matt Mazur

17 Jul 2009


Mothers & Daughters was directed by Carl Bessai a veteran DIY director who uses a small crew and a number of documentary techniques to outline the lives, loves, and dramas of six women.

The film has garnered generous praise at festivals around the country and Canada, and is released July 15th exclusively On Demand, as part of IFC Festival Direct.

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