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Fascinating Intellectual Thriller
By James Colt Harrison
Director/ writer Scott Z. Burns will make you think in his new Washington/ CIA themed thriller The Report (aka The Torture Report ) starring Annette Bening and Adam Driver. To be perfectly honest, itís Driverís picture throughout as he carries the story around its exciting... MORE >>
 
An Exciting Look at WWII - By James Colt Harrison
Director Roland Emmerichís smashingly exciting Midway opens just in-time for the 77th anniversary of the decisive battle of World War II. Never before had Americans seen such valor and bravery during a war battle that just may have saved America from defeat in the Pacific.... MORE >>
 
Selective Perception - By Betty Jo Tucker
Unusual filmmaking usually fascinates me, and Love Is Blind emerges as one of the most unusual romantic dramedies Iíve seen in the past ten years. While watching the first part of this unique movie, I struggled to figure out what was real and what was fantasy. At the same... MORE >>
 
It's Not Easy Being King - By Betty Jo Tucker
At odds with his fatherís (Henry IV) tyrannical policies and actions, the wayward Prince of Wales spends his time avoiding any responsibilities. After all, heís still young and prefers drinking and partying with his friends, especially John Falstaff (Joel Edgerton). Although Hal (Timothťe... MORE >>

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Score Season #45 - By Richard Jack Smith
Below are more soundtrack reviews of recent and archival releases. Airport (Alfred Newman, 1970) *** Despite Airport being the swansong from nine time Oscar winning composer Alfred Newman (he still holds the record, John Williams has five), I hold no love... MORE >>
 


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Eastern European-former Soviet Bloc films project a gritty ugliness that, for all the explicit mayhem and bright corn-syrup gore -- actually, because of it -- the West rarely images. Russian Fed... MORE >>
 
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