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Daily Archives: January 30, 2019
“Haze” is the best movie about the excesses of the Greek System that you’ve never seen. An alcohol, coke and Moly-fueled fever-dream of rituals, tradition, group bonding and groupthink, intimidation, violence, vandalism, sexism and every other “ism” you can think … Continue reading
Marshall Curry’s Oscar nominated film is an editing of footage — silent and with sound — of a February, 1939 “Support the Nazis” rally — not in Nuremberg, but at Madison Square Garden in New York City. It’s all there, … Continue reading
“First Man” tried to show us an intimate portrait of Neil Armstrong, and succeeded. No, the Ryan Gosling/Damien Chazelle bio pic wasn’t a blockbuster and made NO noise this awards season. But it outshone many of the films we’re making … Continue reading
Dan Myrick’s “Skyman” has that “appearance of ‘real’ history” look of “The Blair Witch Project.” But “Skyman” is about a man who met a “Skyman” decades earlier. A mockumentary format, with “interviews” rather than “found footage,” is what the film … Continue reading