Alex will be screening films like ‘Nebraska’ and ‘August: Osage County’ at this year’s TCFF.
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Alex and Justin provide brief reviews of four Twin Cities Film Festival films.
Despite its shallow script, ‘Silver Linings Playbook’ has some solid performances and stylish direction worth bragging about.
Gripping, complex and perhaps even brave in its choices, ‘Finding Home’ is a diamond for which scouring the rough is quite worthwhile.
‘The Iran Job’ brilliantly uses basketball as a framing device to put a human perspective on the revolution in Iran.
‘Stag’ is less mean-spirited than many of its contemporaries in the bromance comedy sub-genre, but it’s not that much funnier.
Dustin Hoffman’s first feature ‘Quartet’ is a loving ode to the British actors and musicians of yesteryear. For many, that will be enough.
‘The Sapphires’ tackles racial injustice with a song and a smile, and somehow pulls it off without feeling glib.
Justin and Alex will be covering the 2012 Twin Cities Film Festival. Check out our schedule of the many movies being screened!
“I am Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Taylor Lautner all packaged into one,” says Anton Yelchin in this amusing and informative Question and Answer session.
Brief reviews of two movies playing at the Twin Cities Film Festival.
‘The Bully Project’ is a heartbreaking, if incomplete examination into one of the most dangerous epidemics facing our schools today.
My first film festival is not a major one, but will offer a great opportunity to screen some anticipated Fall releases.