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The Films of John Huston: Moulin Rouge

January 27, 2013
The Films of John Huston: Moulin Rouge

Moulin Rouge was the film I was watching when I abruptly stopped my Huston retrospective over two years ago. I just couldn’t get through the film. But after going through Huston’s autobiography once more, I decided to give it another go. It opens on the Rouge’s windmill with the Lautrec lettering announcing the year...
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Movie Review: Parker

January 25, 2013
Movie Review: Parker

Parker starts out strong, spends the next hour doing nothing, then it ends with a good-enough set piece. That’s pretty much the review right there, and it’s going to be a struggle to think of anything more to say. There’s a lot of things I can expect a Jason Statham action movie to be,...
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Frothygirlz Best and Worst of 2012

January 7, 2013
Frothygirlz Best and Worst of 2012

Happy New Year! We laughed, we cried, we hurled. We saw Denzel take Flight, Liam punch wolves, and Cronenberg take something…Anyway, here’s our Best of the Year Picks for 2012. Shannon’s Top Ten: 1. Beasts of the Southern Wild 2. Life of Pi 3. Silver Linings Playbook 4. Argo 5. The Impossible 6. Magic...
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Movie Review: Jack Reacher

December 21, 2012
Movie Review: Jack Reacher

Dammit.  All I wanted for Christmas was Die Hard.  I wanted Bruce and bare feet and crunching chards of glass.  I wanted foreign scoundrel Hans Gruber, complete with a team of rogue terrorists, implementing a devious heist, all encased in a skyscraper set to blow, with the calvary coming from within.  I wanted YIPPIE-KAY-YAY and...
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Movie Review: Lincoln

November 16, 2012
Movie Review: Lincoln

At numerous points in the watching of Lincoln, Steven Spielburg’s new ode to America and Americana, I was reminded of Tableau Vivant, a kind of staged group charades that was a popular entertainment of the 19th century. In Tableau Vivant, costumed enactors wordlessly enact a story, freezing in a series of familiar scenes or attitudes. And so...
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Cost of Making a Movie vs. a TV Series

October 31, 2012
Cost of Making a Movie vs. a TV Series

The landscape of television is changing. Brilliant writers and talented new actors are being grouped with visionaries and technology. What that creates is new and ever-improving entertainment that, once upon a time, you could only find on the big screen. That’s no longer the case. In fact, there was a time when big name...
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Movie Review: Cloud Atlas

October 26, 2012
Movie Review: Cloud Atlas

Cloud Atlas is an epic endeavor of filmmaking that is brought to fruition by a trio of visionary directors, Andy and Lana Wachowsky and Tom Tykwer. Not only have they brought us some of the most innovative movies of the last twenty years (Run Lola Run, The Matrix) but they also relish in the...
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Kick-Ass Women That Should Be In The Expendables Female Spin-Off

October 19, 2012
Kick-Ass Women That Should Be In The Expendables Female Spin-Off

This post is by Chris Kavan from FilmCrave.Com It was announced that Adi Shankar is planning on released an all-female version of The Expendables franchise. So far, Gina Carano (previously seen taking charge in Haywire) and Katie Sackhoff (Starbuck of Battlestar Galactica fame) have been attached to the film. Not only that, but Millenium...
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Movie Review: Seven Psychopaths

October 12, 2012
Movie Review: Seven Psychopaths

If it weren’t for the fact that writer/director Martin McDonagh is every bit as handsome as his favorite leading man, you’d think he was going down the Woody Allen vanity route, casting Colin Farrell as his obvious surrogate—a screenwriter named Marty M—in his second feature film, Seven Psychopaths. Fellow Irishman Farrell was also the star...
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What to Expect at an Alamo Drafthouse Event: The Princess Bride

October 5, 2012
What to Expect at an Alamo Drafthouse Event: The Princess Bride

If you are lucky enough to live in a city that has been blessed with the arrival of an Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, you probably already know that they feature some truly unique events for the movie lover. There’s a reason the brand is consistently referred to as some of the best theaters in the...
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