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Brief reviews of ‘Brief Encounter’, ‘The King’s Speech’, and ‘Howl’.
‘Catfish’ is a thrilling expirience and fascinating study of society, while ‘Schmucks’ falls flat. This week has some interesting DVDs but is short of Blu-Ray releases.
The second trimester (aka Summer blockbuster season) is quickly waning and we turn our attention to the part of the year that we really care about: Oscar season.
Pixar’s financial success and future spin-offs, Ebert loves ‘Inception’, first look at Reynolds as ‘Green Lantern’, trailer for ‘Howl’ featuring Franco as Ginsberg.
Film Reviews: The first and only film to premiere so far is Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Freidman’s Howl, based on Allan Ginsberg’s infamous poem. Jeffery Wells of Hollywood Elsewhere says its a great start to the festival: It’s brisk, condensed, in some ways florid, engaging, intellectually alert and stimulating. You know what this thing is? […]
2009 has overstayed its welcome and it’s time to get moving ahead into the new year. My first review of a 2010 film should be showing up next week. As the wrap up of 2009 films comes to an end it is time to look forward to what we can expect in 2010. Here are […]