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Daily Archives: September 22, 2014
The Hungarian World War II film “The Notebook” makes for a grim but utterly fascinating parable, a tale of compassionate, city-bred twins who teach themselves the cruelty they need in order to survive the horrors of war. The pre-teen boys … Continue reading
Animators may use the same digital computer-assisted palette the world over, but the world is still diverse enough that distinct styles and sensibilities exist outside of the Disney/Pixar/Dreamworks/Sony orbit. “Jack and the Cuckoo-Clock Heart” is a Franco-Belgian production adapted from … Continue reading
There was a time when the tall, thin brunette Michelle Monaghan walked the catwalks of high fashion, appearing in shows from Milan to Hong Kong and on magazine covers of the late ’90s. But when she transitioned to acting for … Continue reading