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"THE HUMBLING" (2015) - REVIEW ~ incl. Q & A w/Al Pacino

What happens to actors when they can no longer remember their lines or worse when they can no longer deliver them? Well this film might have your answer and was simply quite fun to watch while finding out. 769 more words

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My thoughts on Little Man Tate

Little Man Tate tells the story of an eight-year-old yet-to-be-discovered child prodigy. He goes to a normal school with normal kids where he is bored out of his socks learning about imbecilic things like how many numbers from 1 to 10 are divisible by 2 when he was already onto complicated arithmetic problems, which his class teacher was not even aware of. 580 more words


The Birdcage

PLOT (spoiler alert!!!):

Val Goldman and Barbara Keeley are engaged to be married, and wish to have their families meet. Val’s father, Armand, owns The Birdcage, a drag club in South Beach. 1,694 more words

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Thanks, Woody, For The Perfect Thanksgiving Film

At some point during the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday, I will again honor a long-standing tradition and steal a couple of hours away from the rituals of family, food and football to wallow in the pleasures of Woody Allen’s… 2,066 more words

Booming Along

F.I.L.M. of the Week (November 14, 2014)

In 2006, I only knew Channing Tatum from playing man-candy roles in teen films like “She’s The Man” and “Step Up.”  But had I been paying attention, I would have noticed that he was also in a smaller indie film called “A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints.”  Tatum showed such skill and promise as a dramatically compelling and emotionally potent actor; it is such a shame that it has taken eight years for someone like Bennett Miller to convert that potential in “ 277 more words

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