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- Netflixable? Taiwanese mother considers whether to "Reclaim" the life she's given up for others
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Daily Archives: January 8, 2013
You title your movie “Hobo With a Shotgun,” you build in certain expectations. It’s going to be violent. VERY violent. It’s going to be out there. It’s going to be camp, like “Snakes on a Plane.” That seems to have … Continue reading
“X-Men: First Class” is an homage to the James Bond movies from the ’60s — you know, back when Bond was fun.
A faith-based cartoon aimed at the very youngest Sunday School students, “The Lion of Judah” is the story of Easter as witnessed by farm animals. The most startling thing about it is that having an animated cow, horse, donkey, chicken, … Continue reading
Souffle-light and long on charm, “Midnight in Paris” may not be as laugh-out-loud witty as the comedies of Woody Allen’s professional Belle Epoque. But it at least recaptures the warm glow so often missing from his last 20 uneven years … Continue reading
M. Night Shyamalan’s odd sci-fi meets faith thriller “Signs” might seem an odd jumping off point for a comedy about family, relationships and fate. But “odd” tends to show up in conversations when you’re talking with, or about, the filmmaking … Continue reading
If you’re looking for a filmmaker to document, for all of humanity, “one of the greatest discoveries in the history of human culture,” the great Werner Herzog is your guy.
Here’s a modest and modestly effective Italian thriller with a supernatural twist.
“Super 8″ is the movie of the summer, the movie of MANY summers going back to the ’70s. It’s a creature feature, a first-love romance and a movie buff’s movie about movie buffs trying to become movie makers.
In the months after the zombie apocalypse, brought on by a virulent mutation of Mad Cow Disease, America has ceased to be.
Naomi Watts was in Los Angeles, on a break while filming “King Kong,” when it happened. “I was glued to the TV, watching in shock and horror,” she says. When George Clooney called for her help with a TV benefit … Continue reading