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Review: The Grand Budapest Hotel (Anderson, 2014)

It feels as though I’m the last Wes Anderson fan on earth to have seen this film, but we finally got around to watching it a few weekends ago. 547 more words



Obviously I was disappointed the BFI London Film Festival’s Surprise Film wasn’t Inherent Vice, but I got over that fairly quickly when Alejandro Inarritu popped up on screen to introduce… 315 more words


Clips: 'Birdman', 'John Wick' & 'Horns'

Nowadays trailers, TV spots, and clips give away most parts of movies. Over the course of each movies marketing there are at least three trailers release, a number TV spots, and a few clips – unless they are all the same, they all show a pretty good amount of footage. 111 more words


Review: Birdman. Birdman Forever. Believe The Hype. Birdman.

Black Swan Meets Louie in the Film of the Year

Birdman (or The Unexpected Virtue Of Ignorance) combines a story so good it needs no trickery with a visual gimmick so well-executed we’d be talking about it even if the story sucked. 1,106 more words

Film Drunk

Birdman director Inarritu inspired by mid-life crisis (with video)

NEW YORK — Filmmaker Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu profiles the trials of a former superhero actor (Michael Keaton) trying to elevate his has-been status by mounting a Broadway play. 268 more words



Birdman delivers. It is an amazing thing to see. Michael Keaton’s terrific performance in the title role is likely to earn him an Oscar nomination. Director Alejandro Inarritu (who co-wrote the script) should receive awards, as well. 478 more words

American History X (1998)

“I killed two guys, Danny, I killed them. And it didn’t make me feel any different. It just got me more lost and I’m tired of being pissed off, Danny. 519 more words