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Posted on June 1, 2011 | 1 CommentWriter/Director: Jim Jarmusch / Starring: John Lurie, Eszter Balint, and Richard Edson Every once in a while, er – well, more often than care to admit, I open up my Netflix DVD mailer and find a movie that I don’t even recall having put into my queue. Such was...
Posted on April 7, 2011 | 1 CommentTo repeat Miranda's famous line, "Oh brave new world, that has such people in it." In Hanna, direction Joe Wright is able to create a world that is one part Grimm fairy tale and one part spy thriller and throw his heroine into it, delivering her own version of "brave new world".
Posted on March 29, 2011 | 3 CommentsPart two! Part two, part two, part two! Read part one here. Before leaping back into the conversation, I did want to mention some little bits that Saoirse just offered up in the course of the conversation. She really is a dear and a wonderful...
Posted on March 28, 2011 | 3 CommentsYou may know her as the girl from Atonement, or the girl from The Lovely Bones. Two roles which played up her innocence, with disastrous results
Posted on March 18, 2011 | No CommentsAnyone who's a fan of the Superhero genre should see this movie. Just, well, you might not like what shows up in the mirror.
Posted on March 14, 2011 | No CommentsIn the end, that's this movie's soul. It's about a modern democratic world, where no one really knows what they're supposed to do to survive. Everyone sort of just does whatever the fuck it takes, and hopes to come up still breathing.
Posted on March 6, 2011 | No CommentsThe story suffers little from the translation from a full length novel to a two hour movie. By giving the story a non-linear pattern, she breaks up the traditional and thrusts Jane’s story into a method better employed for the screen.