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Jan Svankmajer's 'Alice' Is the Perfect Marriage of Content and Style
Even when darker in subject matter, Jan Svankmajer's films all retain an element of joyousness and childlike wonder. [18.Apr.14]
Dear Studios: Stop with the Post-Credits Stingers!
Whatever the case, the stinger trend, once seemingly novel, has now run its course. [17.Apr.14]
'King of the Hill' Is a Touching, Sweet Story and Quite Unlike Later Soderbergh Films
This is a fascinating glimpse into an exploratory, identity-forming period before even Soderbergh himself seemed to have a handle on his erratic muse. [17.Apr.14]
It's Not Easy, 'Being Ginger'
Kermit the Frog may have said it’s not easy being green, but this entertaining documentary shows that it’s sure not easy being a ginger, either. [17.Apr.14]
Scorsese vs. Scorsese: Tales of Two Dreamers
The Wolf of Wall Street celebrates deception, whereas Hugo upholds the search for truth. Which worldview is Scorsese's? [16.Apr.14]
Reviews
Even when darker in subject matter, Jan Svankmajer's films all retain an element of joyousness and childlike wonder. [17.Apr.14]
This is a fascinating glimpse into an exploratory, identity-forming period before even Soderbergh himself seemed to have a handle on his erratic muse. [17.Apr.14]
Kermit the Frog may have said it’s not easy being green, but this entertaining documentary shows that it’s sure not easy being a ginger, either. [16.Apr.14]
Even now, after countless reviews and essays, it's easy to be captivated by the way Godard obfuscates our expectations for cinematic art. [16.Apr.14]
There is only one place to find the social acuity of Jane Austen and the inquisitive intrigue of Alfred Hitchcock, and that is in a Frances Hodgson Burnett story. [14.Apr.14]
The direction is solid but not overbearing, the score subtle and light, the entire affair very nicely cushioned around Coogan and Dench's performances, and the film is all the more effective because of it. [13.Apr.14]
DVD Reviews
Even when darker in subject matter, Jan Svankmajer's films all retain an element of joyousness and childlike wonder. [17.Apr.14]
This is a fascinating glimpse into an exploratory, identity-forming period before even Soderbergh himself seemed to have a handle on his erratic muse. [17.Apr.14]
Mixed Media
Columns
On Principle
The Wolf of Wall Street celebrates deception, whereas Hugo upholds the search for truth. Which worldview is Scorsese's? [15.Apr.14]
Short Ends & Leader
What Blue is the Warmest Color demands of its viewers is to stop looking and start sensing, start engaging with cinema with all five senses. [13.Apr.14]
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