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reviewed For a Lost Soldier. July 25, 2010
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For a Lost Soldier
FOR A LOST SOLDIER (Voor een verloren soldaat) is a 1992 Dutch film based on a novel by Rudi van Dantzig, adapted for the screen by Don Bloch, and directed by Roeland Kerbosch whose understanding of the …
reviewed Europa Europa (1990). July 23, 2010
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Europa Europa (1990)
EUROPA, EUROPA is one of the most tender stories to come out of the films that deal with WW II. Based on the autobiographical book by Solomon Perel and adapted for the screen by Paul Hengge and director …
reviewed The Girl Who Played with Fire (2010 m.... July 21, 2010
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The Girl Who Played With Fire (2010 movie)
Novelist Stieg Larsson (Stieg Larsson's Millennium Trilogy Bundle: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, The Girl Who Played with Fire, The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest most likely intended a long life …
reviewed ABC Africa. July 20, 2010
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ABC Africa
What is perhaps most distinctive about the impression left by this film is the apparent incongruity between its troubling subject matter and the vibrance of the children whose laughter and dance and song …
reviewed Taste of Cherry - Criterion Collection. July 19, 2010
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Taste of Cherry - Criterion Collection
A middle-aged and middle class man drives through the streets of Tehran, searching for someone who might assist him. He turns away the eager men who crowd his window, in hopes of being hired for day labor. …
posted a Quick Tip about Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down!. July 14, 2010
Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down!
Sexuality and sensuality mixed with comedy and kidnapping.
reviewed The Seventh Seal. July 14, 2010
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The Seventh Seal (original Swedish poster)
This movie is one of the best there is. The directing is one of the best there is, and even after its release in 1957 the movie is still an example of cinematography for current directors to strive for. …
posted a Quick Tip about Slumdog Millionaire. July 13, 2010
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This movie was phenomenal on every possible level. Breathtaking cinematography, heart wrenching human interest, engaging characters, unpredictable plot, sincere romance, original dialogue, and super super …
posted a Quick Tip about Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down!. July 08, 2010
Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down!
Pedro Almodóvar always does interesting and complex things with relationships in his films. This is might be a little bit of an uncomfortable film to watch if you're not prepared for it!
reviewed Wind Journeys. July 06, 2010
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WIND JOURNEYS
(special thanks to Film Movement for providin me with a screener!)    I live in Arizona and before that lived in Palm Springs, CA. Prior to that I lived in Seattle, but that doesn't …
reviewed 1612 (2007). July 06, 2010
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1612 (2007)
1612: KHRONIKI SMUTNOGO VREMENI is a strange Russian epic seemingly composed of pasted together bits of history, myth, and fiction by writer Arif Aliyev and directed with a complete lack of continuity …
posted a Quick Tip about Slumdog Millionaire. June 30, 2010
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awesome movie..i love watching this movie over and over again
posted a Quick Tip about Slumdog Millionaire. June 07, 2010
Slumdog Millionaire Movie poster
UNBELIEVABLE. What an incredible movie. Really moving, eye-opening, and overall entertaining. Can't wait to read the book as well.
reviewed Man on the Train (L'Homme du Train) (.... May 21, 2010
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Man on the Train (L'Homme du Train) (2003)
... and if you compare this polished black jewel of a film with anything made in English, you'll have to recognize why they still hold the patent!    Milan, the hard silent menacing …
reviewed Tsotsi. April 19, 2010
Tsotsi
Winner of the 2005 Best Foreign Language film award in the Oscars, writer/director Gavin Hood’s “TSOTSI” is about a thug (Tsotsi means exactly that in its local dialect) who is seemingly …
reviewed Coco Before Chanel (2009 movie). April 08, 2010
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Coco Before Chanel (2009)
In a curious mixture of somber reality and breakout sentimentality, Anne Fontaine's biopic "Coco Before Chanel" showcases Audrey Tatou (Amélie) in an anti-gamin role as hardscrabble feminist Gabrielle …
reviewed Au Revoir Les Enfants. March 31, 2010
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Au Revoir Les Enfants
"Au Revoir Les Enfants"    Malle's Masterpiece    Amos Lassen    Louis Malle gives us a wonderful film and a new and interesting look at the …
posted a Quick Tip about Coco Before Chanel (2009 movie). March 28, 2010
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Coco Before Chanel (2009)
I really enjoyed this film. It was very well-acted and at times quite sexy. As far as biopics go, this was great!
reviewed Medea. March 17, 2010
Medea
Pros: Very careful directing, story, economy of imagery      Cons: It will be too slow and contemplative for too many, and it is disturbing      The Bottom Line: …
reviewed Element of Crime. March 17, 2010
Element of Crime
Pros: Setting      Cons: Everything but setting      The Bottom Line: YAWN, find any other von Trier film and watch it twice. Then you can say that, by count, you …
posted a Quick Tip about Tsotsi. March 11, 2010
Tsotsi
Powerful, compelling portrayal of a slice of real life.
reviewed Au Revoir Les Enfants. March 09, 2010
Au Revoir Les Enfants
The year is 1943, and Julien returns to boarding school where he meets a new, rather mysterious boy named Bonnet. Julien doesn't like the new boy at first, but gradually their mutual love of books and …
reviewed Tsotsi. March 07, 2010
Tsotsi
I rented and watched "Tsotsi" because I had just read the novel. I read the novel because I had just seen a stage production of a play by Athol Fugard. I suppose that, if and when a TV series depicting …
reviewed Slumdog Millionaire. March 03, 2010
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This story is so well crafted that the viewer suspends their reason and disbelief, and by the end of the movie we all overlook the simple but persistant message of the film... women are stupid.  …
reviewed The Kite Runner. February 20, 2010
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The Kite Runner (2007)
  Khaled Hosseini's novel The Kite Runner is one of the most moving books of the modern era, a story that has touched the lives of countless millions across the world. Published in over 30 countries, …
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