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    I Am A Good Person / I Am A Bad Person (56/26)

    by  • 1/26/2012 • film • 0 Comments

    I AM A GOOD PERSON / I AM A BAD PERSON – For some reason, I thought this was going to be less narrative. I suppose that it was the sign Ingrid was wearing in production stills that accompanied the synopsis in the TIFF program book that made me imagine this as more abstract performance […]

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    Mission Impossible II, Mission Impossible III (52/24)

    by  • 1/24/2012 • film • 0 Comments

    MISSION IMPOSSIBLE II – A secret, deadly, virus has been developed in order to sell a secret cure that wouldn’t have been commercially viable without a matching disease. Terrorists have stolen the cure, but now they need to get their hands on the disease. In the second film of the franchise, I start to wonder […]

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    Mission Impossible, Moscow / Cassiopeia (50/23)

    by  • 1/23/2012 • film • 0 Comments

    MISSION IMPOSSIBLE – Seems like an awful lot of work to go through to kill a handful of spies. The spring-loaded anti-spy device installed at the top of the elevator shaft alone would take months of design, manufacture and installation time. Would have been easier and cheaper just to have someone shoot him, but I […]

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    Art & Copy, Pineapple Express, Stalker, Moneyball (45/21)

    by  • 1/21/2012 • film • 0 Comments

    ART & COPY – This almost makes me think that advertising has a higher purpose. I almost leave this documentary wishing there was more advertising that tell such true and honest stories about the products that they’re selling… Oh, wait, feeling’s gone. It’s an interesting look at how advertising happens – from the back room, […]

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    Dumb and Dumber (41/20)

    by  • 1/20/2012 • film • 0 Comments

    DUMB AND DUMBER – I still prefer the soundtrack to the film, but it’s one of the rare Jim Carrey films that isn’t wretch-inducing. It’s silly and over the top, but this story of morons on a cross country trip is a classic as far as I’m concerned

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