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Rob Brydon and Steve Coogan in The Trip
Friday July 15th, 2011
The Trip is a hilarious mockumentary masterfully edited from a 6-episode 2010 BBC TV series featuring comedians Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon. We get an early hint of what's coming when Coogan reluctantly calls Brydon, an old acquaintance, and sullenly asks if he wants to accompany him on a junket for…More
Sunday July 10th, 2011
In Beginners Christopher Plummer plays Hal a recently widowed 75 year old who decides to come out of the closet and pursue a same sex relationship with a much younger man (Goran Visnjic). The other "beginner" is his son, Oliver, played by Ewan McGregor, a lonely young man who's adept…More
The Exterminating Angel
Friday July 1st, 2011
In Woody Allen's Midnight In Paris Owen Wilson carries on an imaginary conversation with legendary filmmaker Luis Bunuel about a film the young Bunuel hasn't made yet. Why, Wilson asks, in this as yet unmade film, don't the party guests simply walk out of the room and go home? Bunuel…More
Tuesday June 28th, 2011
Super 8 from producer Steven Spielberg and director J J Abrams is a mildly entertaining, too familiar retro summer sci fi entry that has some nice special effects and good work from a mostly young talented cast including Joel Courtney and Elle Fanning as 2 youngsters who play at amateur…More
Brad Pitt in The Tree of Life
Saturday June 18th, 2011
The Book of Job tells the story of a righteous man who undergoes a painful series of life reversals. He has always considered himself God's obedient servant so why is he being punished. God doesn't feel he owes Job an explanation and asks, "Where were you when I laid the…More
Owen Wilson and Rachel McAdams in Midnight in Paris
Wednesday June 8th, 2011
Midnight in Paris is a good romantic comedy/fantasy from Woody Allen who's examining our collective capacity for self-delusion about the past. Allen's not treading any new ground here but he's still Woody Allen and nobody is better at sticking the satirical sword into smug, pompous elites or analyzing train-wrecked relationships. Owen…More
The Princess of Montpensier
Thursday June 2nd, 2011
The Princess of Montpensier is a visually rich and engaging 16th century French romantic drama. The princess, Marie, as ably played by the beautiful Melanie Thierry, is the object of the affections of 3 noblemen: Henri de Guise, her longtime lover; the Prince de Montpensier, a rival of Guise whose…More
Saturday May 21st, 2011
In Canada a young man and woman anxiously await the reading of their mother's will. The executor places 2 envelopes in front of them: one addressed to their father and the other addressed to their brother, neither of whom they have ever had any contact with. It is their mother's…More
Michelle Williams in Meek's Cutoff
Wednesday May 18th, 2011
In Meek's Cutoff Director Kelly Reichardt does for America's westward migration mythology what Robert Aultman did for America's Old West celebrity mythology in Buffalo Bill and the Indians. Meek's Cutoff tells the true story of a wagon train that detours off the Oregon Trail in a futile effort to…More
Memphis: Direct From Broadway
Monday May 16th, 2011
Memphis: Direct From Broadway is the high definition motion picture version of the smash Tony Award winning musical. ¬†It was photographed over 5 performances at the Shubert Theater early in 2011. This is a solid hit about the dawn of rock and roll with a wonderful score by David Bryan…More

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