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Eastwood Returns to Top Form - By Frank Wilkins
Where have you been, Mr. Eastwood? We missed you. Thought consigned to the dustbin of once relevant filmmakers, Clint Eastwood comes roaring back with American Sniper, the true story of Chris Kyle, the most lethal sniper in American military history. And not a minute... MORE >>
Only with a Pynchon of Salt - By Donald Levit
For good reason no one had dared try to do a film from a Thomas Pynchon novel. Until now, when Paul Thomas Anderson screenwrites and directs Inherent Vice, world première Centerpiece at the New York Film Festival. The reason is that, aside from those who have not... MORE >>
Her Heavy Burden - By Betty Jo Tucker
Like the enormous gear carried on her tiny back, Cheryl Strayed’s internal baggage is a heavy burden as she hikes the Pacific Crest Trail alone in Wild, an intense movie about survival. Wracked with grief and guilt, Cheryl has suffered a heartbreaking tragedy, which sent... MORE >>
Baby, It's Cold Outside! - By Betty Jo Tucker
After watching Antarctica: A Year on Ice, I feel ashamed to complain about the cold weather here in my Colorado home town. Yes, the chill and the snow have arrived early, but that’s nothing compared to what Antarctica residents face year-round. Still, as this stunning documentary... MORE >>
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A Very Cartoon Christmas - By Adam Hakari
Feature-length, holiday-centric films have a doozy of a time trying to distinguish themselves from one another. Moral lessons rehashed and storylines recycled from decade to decade are enough to render the merriest soul a steadfast Scrooge,... MORE >>
Soundtrack Review: Last Passenger ****
By Richard Jack Smith
Film music for locomotive thrillers tends to have an uneven history. Composer Trevor Jones added little to 1985’s Runaway Train beyond the inclusion of Antonio Vivaldi’s “Gloria in D Major.” Significantly, the first half-hour features virtually no underscore. Only when the... MORE >>

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