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2014 “See This” Selection: WE ARE THE BEST! Film Review

By at December 7, 2014 | 11:02 am | 1 Comments

2014 “See This” Selection: WE ARE THE BEST! Film Review

4.5 / 5 stars If one of the goals of making a year-end list is to introduce lesser-seen films to others who might love them, there should be a rule for writers and critics as they compile their favorites: Each person is responsible for spreading the word about that one movie that really lit them on fire during the year, a movie they want to scream about from the more...

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Rock-and-Roll Soap Opera: The Quirky Queue PRIVILEGE Film Review

By at November 29, 2014 | 3:09 pm | 0 Comment

Rock-and-Roll Soap Opera: The Quirky Queue PRIVILEGE Film Review

In case you missed it, the summer of 2014 marked the 30th anniversary of the original rock-band mockumentary, This Is Spinal Tap. To honor this oft-quoted cult classic, we’ve delved deep into the past to find another fictional documentary about rock-and-roll. And we're not so proud of it, especially when it yields this month's Quirky Queue result, the British film more...

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The Sands of Time: INTERSTELLAR Film Review

By at November 4, 2014 | 11:38 pm | 3 Comments

The Sands of Time: INTERSTELLAR Film Review

3.5 / 5 stars For all the drama and enormity of Christopher Nolan’s last two Dark Knight entries, Interstellar is the director’s true massive, magnum epic. It’s a 2-hour, 45-minute drama about the hunger for survival, American pluck, life beyond our solar system, the theory of relativity, the power of love, and decision-making that would fry most humans’ more...

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The Vagina Dialogues: OBVIOUS CHILD Film Review

By at October 27, 2014 | 10:54 pm | 0 Comment

The Vagina Dialogues: OBVIOUS CHILD Film Review

4 / 5 stars If Juno had a smarter, more mature older sister, it would be Obvious Child. Replace the wiseass chatter of Ellen Page’s pregnant teen with the considerably more complex anxieties of Jenny Slate’s equally pregnant, somewhat stunted adult, and you’re just about there. Add in writer-director Gillian Robespierre’s ease with witty relationship dialogue more...

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