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SCREWBALL LOVE Wednesday, May 21, 2014
For Richard (Pierce Brosnan), life couldn’t be better. He’s about to begin a grand retirement full of travel, golf and relaxation, he has flings with women at least 20 years his junior, …
A RETURN TRIP TO ALPHAVILLE Wednesday, February 25, 2015
I've always loved 3-D movies and comics, which I discovered as a kid growing up in the '50s, but I've had a hard time convincing friends and even family members to fork over the few extra bucks for …
‘How Did I Not Know This Band?' Wednesday, July 31, 2013
Music fans, you know you do it. You "geek out" about some band you love, espousing its greatness and expressing disbelief that more people don't understand the music's beautiful complexity. Then, you decide to make a rock documentary detailing the …
MEAN BOYS Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Booze and smokes and meanness. It's what's for breakfast. And lunch and dinner. This is what the men of Joe live on. And if a lad hangs around these men long enough, he'll pick up some life lessons, like how to make hookers think you have money and …
HEARTBEEPS: EX MACHINA Wednesday, April 22, 2015
Modern cinema associates science-fiction with outer space adventure (Interstellar), alien invasion (Edge of Tomorrow), and bleak visions of the future (Chappie). And on a bad day, we’re …
Close Call Tuesday, March 19, 2013
The part in the “The Call” that is, in fact, centered around a phone call is a gripping, fast-paced thriller following the chase for a serial killer. Unfortunately, like so many phone …
LIFE, LOVE and A JUVENILE FANTASY Wednesday, August 20, 2014
If I Stay is a movie that's targeted to easily 
 manipulated tweens who are too young 
 to know what love is and too stubborn to realize they don't know. Not for a second does this film feel anything but pandering and contrived, which means not …
JULIANNE MOORE SHINES IN "STILL ALICE" Wednesday, February 4, 2015
Sad, beautiful, and determined to not leave a dry eye in the house, Still Alice is a devastating film you will not soon forget. Watching it requires having an open heart, access to lots of tissues, …
The most famous brothers writing and directing films today may be the Coens (Fargo, No Country for Old Men) and the Wachowskis (The Matrix Trilogy). Even more remarkable for my money, though, are the …
"DIVERGENT" IS A DYSTOPIAN DELIGHT! Wednesday, March 25, 2015
Is it convoluted, maybe a result of adhering too closely to the novel it’s based on? Maybe. Is the world it posits perhaps implausible? Could be. So what? The same applies to Harry Potter and …