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Category Archives: Movies
I found much to admire in Spielberg’s Lincoln this evening. The ensemble cast is as fine as I’ve ever seen. The costuming, sets, and cinematography transported me 160 years into the past. The scenes of war were deeply sobering. The … Continue reading
As disappointing as Denzel Washington’s Flight was, that’s how satisfying Ben Affleck’s Argo is. I wouldn’t go see Flight a second time if someone offered to buy my ticket, I’d go see Argo again and again — even without the … Continue reading
I’ve always been a Denzel fan. I’ve seen him as one of the few major movie stars who had his head on fairly straight. But I’ve got to say “Flight” was truly disappointing. This could have been a fine movie. … Continue reading
I decided to take in 2016: Obama’s America this evening. Not having read either of Dinesh D’Souza’s books about the President, I wasn’t sure what to expect. What follows are my notes on the movie. Perhaps they will help you … Continue reading
OK. For starters, it’s a French movie. You expect Noir. Despair. Cynicism. Promiscuity. Profanity. It’s none of that … except for the profanity. Instead it was Warm. Funny. Touching. Everything you don’t expect a box-office smash in France to be. … Continue reading
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Movie night: Denzel Washington in Deja Vu … what a great movie!
What’s the top fan-rated film at the movie-ticket website Fandango.com?
“Fireproof,” the latest film from the makers of the 2006 surprise hit “Facing the Giants,” generated the second-highest average revenue in theaters this past weekend, beaten only by “Eagle Eye,” a thriller that showed in four times as many theaters … Continue reading