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SXSW Movie Review: ‘A Matter of Taste’

March 15, 2011
SXSW Movie Review: ‘A Matter of Taste’

Like most folks, I love food; its sheer edibleness, its eat-tastic-tude, its ability to be eaten…anything that better facilitates the process of receiving nourishment from something is tops in my book. Paul Liebrandt, however, might disagree. He views food as a work of art, and the New York chef has made a name for...
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Movie review: ‘Waste Land’

February 25, 2011
Movie review: ‘Waste Land’

Nominated for an Academy Award for Best Feature-Length Documentary, Lucy Walker’s film follows Brazilian artist Vik Muniz as he returns to his hometown of São Paolo for a project involving two facts most of us shirk from thinking about: the incredible amounts of garbage generated by modern life and the millions of people worldwide who...
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Documentary Review: ‘Cool It’

November 12, 2010
Documentary Review:  ‘Cool It’

When a plant in China can make more money by producing a toxin and then accepting offsets to destroy it than they actually make on their product,  we know it’s time for the next important chapter in our handling of climate change. Cool It succinctly and simply explains what our approach should look like....
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Movie Review: ‘The Tillman Story’

October 29, 2010
Movie Review: ‘The Tillman Story’

We’ve seen a slew of movies about the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, but the fictionalized ones simply haven’t connected with the public.  Even last year’s Oscar winning The Hurt Locker couldn’t manage to pull in large numbers at the box office. What’s unique about The Tillman Story is that it puts a face...
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DVD Review: ‘S&Man’ (Sandman)

October 12, 2010
DVD Review: ‘S&Man’ (Sandman)

Sandman is a fascinating documentary that made the festival rounds way back in 2006.  It played at both South By Southwest, and the Toronto International Film Festival. Today the film is finally being released on DVD and Blu-Ray.  It is the perfect time for the film to be released, given that we have seen...
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Review: ‘Freakonomics’

October 1, 2010
Review: ‘Freakonomics’

My first and, in an academic capacity, only economics teacher was a big, brutish-looking but very intelligent man named Carilli. The official goal of the class was to teach us the basics of the dismal science, but Carilli’s true aim was to challenge our way of thinking. And challenge he did. As an English...
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Movie Review: ‘Catfish’

September 24, 2010
Movie Review: ‘Catfish’

Catfish is an odd name for a film and even odder for one about three men’s journey to get to the bottom of a mystery surrounding an 8-year-old painter, her beautiful mother, and even-more-beautiful sister. The men are Nev Schulman, his brother Ariel, and their friend, Henry Joost. The three live together in New...
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Movie Review: Countdown to Zero

August 13, 2010
Movie Review: Countdown to Zero

One of the few documentaries ever to show at Cannes, granted a private screening for Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, the agitprop activist documentary “Countdown to Zero” delivers a blast from a collective past when the threat of nuclear annihilation loomed like a gigantic mushroom cloud over the horizon. Nowadays that threat feels...
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Movie Review: Cropsey

August 4, 2010
Movie Review: Cropsey

Who isn’t fascinated by an urban legend?  Almost every community has some sort of local tale that is unique to its geographic region, and on Staten Island, that legend was known as Cropsey. Cropsey is a documentary film that examines the finely blurred lines between fact, fiction, and urban legend.  Filmmakers Joshua Zeman and...
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Troll 2 Take 2X: My Take on Best Worst Movie

August 2, 2010
Troll 2 Take 2X: My Take on Best Worst Movie

I have a strong dislike for the fanboy subculture. It’s a personal preference, nothing more. We all have movies we “love” and will ardently defend with relish as we withstand an onslaught of attacks from friends who are just as happy to sling them. But there’s a point when you see someone screaming at...
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