Film, Film & TV, Review

Review: Director’s Cut of God Is a Bullet Takes No Prisoners with Violence, Action or Drama in Cult-Centric Story

Just a few housekeeping notes before I dive into this review: for reasons I’m not quite clear on, the version I viewed of writer/director Nick Cassavetes’ latest work, God Is […]

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Film, Film & TV, Review

Review: Nikolaj Coster-Waldau Stars as a Moody Explorer in the Frigid Arctic of Against the Ice

The movie industry never seems to tire of making films about people traveling to and/or stuck in the Arctic. Many of these works are quite good, including Against the Ice, […]

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Film, Film & TV, Review

Review: Despite a Promising Start, Murder Mystery The Silencing Fizzles Out

The Silencing

The first half of the latest film from Belgian-born director Robin Pront, The Silencing, is quite good, due largely to the fact that it feels like the beginning, middle and […]

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Review: A Film About Assisted Suicide, Exit Plan Is Surprisingly Uplifting

Wisely shedding its original Danish title Suicide Tourist, the second feature from director Jonas Alexander Arnby (When Animals Dream, a Cannes debut and one of my favorite films from Fantasia […]

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Review: Filmmaker Brian De Palma Brings Nothing New, Interesting to Domino

Domino

I don’t want Brian De Palma to stop making movies, not ever. But I also don’t want him making movies like Domino, his latest work that is such a retread […]

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