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Archive for December, 2011
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Top 10 Movies of 2011

Well, here it is.  The only rule I really applied to this list is that the films must have been released in some fashion in the US this year; thats it.  There wasn’t a lengthy round-table or a huge discussion with ...


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Review: A Separation

Breaking up is hard to do. A Separation is Iranian director Asghar Farhadi’s newest triumph. While initially coming across as a typical story between two lovers who have fallen apart, A Separation manages to question re...



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Films Seen in 2011

I kept a tally this year of all the films I’ve seen. Some of them I had seen before, a lot of them I hadn’t seen. Bolded below are all films released in 2011 (USA) that I’ve seen. From this list I will hope to...


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Review: Midnight in Paris

Midnight to Paris is an ode to the beauty of Paris. Midnight in Paris follows Gil (Owen Wilson), a successful script writer, but a struggling novelist. He is in Paris with his fiancé Inez (Rachael McAdams) planning their futur...



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Come See Trailers: Prometheus, The Dark Knight Rises and The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

In the week I was gone three highly anticipated trailers were dropped. My friend Andy Buckle posted these three new trailers and I wanted to share them with you as well. Ridley Scott‘s prequel to Alien, Prometheus, Ch...