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At First Glance: "You're Not You"

Som films that carry very heavy and serious subject matter can easily be weighed down by just that. Others, ones that end up being really good, can move beyond the serious. 683 more words

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TV Movie: "Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows"


The great thing, that seems to be rediscovered time and again, is that television has been home to some of the greatest programming produced in recent years. 1,176 more words

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THE GIVER (2014)

THE GIVER (2014) REVIEW: A CHANCE BLOWN AWAY 

Sameness.  Commonality.  Equality. These are the words that plague the people of Lois Lowry’s critically acclaimed and celebrated Young-Adult novel, … 535 more words

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At First Glance: "Rosewater"

Biographical films can go in a few different directions for any viewer. They’ll either work and be compelling and worth the watch, and usually, the sadness, or they can flat out fail. 411 more words

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The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo (2011)

THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO: review by Roger Ebert

The success of the her­oine Lisbeth Salander suggests a hunger in audiences for an action picture hero who is not a white 35ish male with stubble on his chin. 810 more words

Book Adaptation

Il mistero del falco (1941)

Regia: John Huston

Sceneggiatura: John Huston dal romanzo di Dashiell Hammett

Fotografia: Arthur Edeson

Musiche: Adolph Deutsch

Cast: Humprhey Bogart (Sam Spade), Mary Astor (Brigid O’Shaughnessy), Peter Lorre (Joel Cairo), Sydney Greenstreet (Kasper Gutman), Elisha Cook jr. 551 more words

American Psycho (2000)

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American Psycho is one of those impossible book adaptations that you wouldn’t anyone who knows the book expect to even consider. That book is insane! 1,317 more words

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