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ENEMY Review - ****

I don’t know if this is a brilliant thriller, or just a brilliant tease. But brilliant it is, and so merciless in its manipulation of the audience that, were it a person, you might want to slap it–which might just be the response director Denis Villeneuve and screenwriter Javier Gullón wanted. 1,613 more words

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Movie Review: 'Enemy'

By Bill Wine
KYW Newsradio 1060

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) –  It’s an odd title for an oddity of a movie that begins with the legend, “Chaos is order yet undeciphered.” 657 more words

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Before I begin, a quiz:
Let’s say that you were watching a movie and you saw someone in said movie that was the spitting image of yourself, and I mean, as far as you can tell, he could be your identical, not fraternal, twin.  1,407 more words

Flashback: on 1985's White Nights

Nostalgia is a slippery thing. When I first experienced this film in the late autumn of 1985, I was enthralled by it(I’m certain I would’ve given it a grade of “A” back then). 911 more words


'Enemy' Movie Review

Enemy is a really strange and creepily mysterious psychological thriller. Read my full thoughts on the film on Movie Mezzanine.


REVIEW: In Enemy, Jake Gyllenhaal Sees Double

You’re walking down a street and catch a glimpse of yourself in a store mirror. Except it’s a window, and someone who looks exactly like you is shopping inside. 975 more words


Isabella Rossellini and David Lynch, during an interview with Stern Magazine (December, 1986) promoting the film Blue Velvet. Photographed by Owen Franken.

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