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Toronto Film Review: 'Elephant Song'

“Elephant Song” is a suspense drama with the talky, overly schematic feel of a clever stage play unnecessarily translated to the bigscreen — which is exactly what it is. 615 more words

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AFF Review: Elephant Song

The 34th Atlantic Film Festival opened on Thursday evening at the Rebecca Cohn Auditorium with a screening of Elephant Song, which had its world premiere at… 251 more words


TIFF: Catherine Keener raves about Montreal filmmaker Xavier Dolan

TORONTO – Catherine Keener may have been nominated for two Oscars, but Quebec phenom Xavier Dolan nabbed the spotlight the first time the pair met up to discuss their… 341 more words


Begin Again (2013/2014)

Begin Again
Directed by John Carney

If it is possible to be in love with a film yet be disappointed with it, then that would be what I felt for “Begin Again”.  223 more words


The Tuesday Zone: 'Begin Again' is Lukewarm Hot Chocolate

I’m sorry that I’m going to be another one of those people that compares Begin Again (2013, wide-released in 2014) to writer/director John Carney‘s first effort,  1,069 more words

Movie Review

Synecdoche New York (2008): Quick-shot review!

A riddle wrapped in an enigma wrapped in a conundrum. Synecdoche New York (2008) is a masterpiece straight out of the mind of Charlie Kaufman, the genius behind… 614 more words

Film Grimoire

Being John Malkovich

I am reviewing the fantasy comedy movie Being John Malkovich starring John Cusack, John Malkovich, Cameron Diaz and Catherine Keener which is an excellent film. This is one of the most original films you will ever see and perhaps not surprisingly was scripted by Charlie Kaufman who is well known for offbeat screenplays. 345 more words

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