• Groundhog Day, Brewster’s Millions (63/37)

    by  • 2/6/2011 • film • 2 Comments

    THE ROBBER (TIFF Lightbox) – There isn’t a lot of dialogue, but there’s plenty of running in this films. Running both literally and metaphorically. I wonder if Hans would have been caught at all had he not had that impetuous moment after the race. There’s a feeling of loss, but mostly I feel for Erika. […]

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    The Kids Are All Right (56/33)

    by  • 2/2/2011 • film • 0 Comments

    THE KIDS ARE ALL RIGHT (Carlton) – I’d intended to see another film, but the projector was broken and couldn’t be fixed in time for the screening, so I popped over to this one due to convenient start time. Basically it’s about the kids of a lesbian couple who look up their Donor. It’s a […]

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    In Bruges, Wendy and Lucy, Rabbit Hole, Mine (40/22)

    by  • 1/22/2011 • film • 0 Comments

    IN BRUGES (Netflix) – An Irish Greek Tragedy set in Belgium. Colin Ferrell was the fucking new guy in the assassination game, and he screwed up. Badly. Now he’s hiding out in Bruges, Belgium, in what he sees as Purgatory. Things go badly. A fantastic film. Thank you, Netflix automated suggestion. WENDY AND LUCY (iTunes) […]

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    How Do You Know (32/18)

    by  • 1/18/2011 • film • 0 Comments

    HOW DO YOU KNOW (Carlton) – This isn’t a movie that any of these people really want on their resume. It’s badly written, the premise and plot are lame at best, and none of the actors really come close to connecting with their characters. Reese Witherspoon does alright, but everyone else in this film is […]

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    Love and Other Drugs (13/6)

    by  • 1/6/2011 • film • 0 Comments

    LOVE AND OTHER DRUGS (Carlton) – I hadn’t really considered this film, partly because it sounded like just another mindless Romantic Comedy that should star Jennifer Aniston. I looked at Rotten Tomatoes and wasn’t seeing much good news there, either. It almost felt that they were complaining that it wasn’t more preachy on the evils […]

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