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Al Pacino Finds Facets Of Himself In 'The Humbling' -- The Awardsline Screening

Quite often, it’s the comedic actors who go out on a limb and play a variation of themselves, mostly through a satirical lens.  The James Franco-Seth Rogen gang had a blast showing us what happens when you mix pot with the apocalypse in… 901 more words

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Frances Ha


Review: Frances lives in New York and apprentices for a dance company. She throws herself headlong into her dreams even though the reality dwindles. 86 more words


Emerging Frances

     Over a decade ago, psychologist Jeffrey Arnett coined the phrase “emerging adulthood” to describe the prolonged adolescence that’s recently become a trend among young adults of the millennial age.  407 more words


The House of the Devil (2009) Movie Review

Damn Solar Eclipse!

Shot on 16mm film camera, The House of the Devil delivers what it promise: a retro horror flick. 228 more words


Lola Versus

Lola Versus (2012)
★★ / ★★★★

Everything appears to be going well. After weeks of planning their wedding, Luke (Joel Kinnaman) and Lola (Greta Gerwig), who met junior year in college while studying abroad, are set to partake in one of the most important days of their lives. 469 more words

Well, I'm Certainly Not Going Through Life With One Hand Tied Behind My Back. -- James Dean

Le Cinematographe Nantes

I am, ashamedly, one of those people who says ‘omg I love cinema’ and pretends to know a lot about the topic, despite actually having very little technical knowledge about the art of film. 327 more words


AFF Review: The Humbling

The Humbling finds both of it’s primary influences trying to resurrect their stagnant careers after years of sub-par output. Pacino has become a scene chewing parody of himself. 794 more words