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Daily Archives: January 10, 2018
Documentary Review: Nature lends a hand in the art in Andy Goldsworthy in “Leaning into the Wind”
Andy Goldsworthy makes art where he finds it — in decaying forests, in snow-covered fields, on streets where he might lie down just as a light rain is beginning. His “ghost” is his dry body shape, which you see on … Continue reading
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Today’s first screening — “In Search of Fellini”
On the one hand, you had me at “Fellini.” And then there’s sunny Italy, a boon to any film’s setting, especially an indie one. And Maria Bello, Earth Momma extraordinaire. On the other hand, it’s yet another coming-of-age romance, and … Continue reading
Movie Review: Liam Neeson IS…”The Commuter”
Yeah, it’s just another Liam Neeson B-movie thriller. Yes, we’ve seen “The Commuter” before. Hell, we’ve seen it starring Liam Neeson and also directed by Jaume Collet-Serra. Only that film was set on a plane, not a train, and it … Continue reading