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The Lego Movie

by Ken B.

There are, of course, different types of very good movies. However, sometimes it feels that the majority of notable films often occupy the drama category. 734 more words

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The Ghost Writer

by Ken B.

Roman Polanski’s The Ghost Writer is a good movie, and although it may not be the most thrilling of thrillers, it still has a mostly credible script, great direction, and solid acting. 663 more words

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Amour

by Ken B.

Amour is incredibly powerful. It is by no means an easy film to watch, both in its subject matter and deliberately slowed down pace, but is a testament to the raw power of filmmaking, even when presented in such a minimalist way. 719 more words

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An Interview With Mike McGranaghan (aisleseat.com)

by Ken B.

In what will hopefully be a recurring segment, I interview an online film critic about movies, their views, and the direction of online movie reviewing. 1,832 more words

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Halftime Report 2014 - Part 2

(Read Part 1 here)

by Ken B.

Today’s list is more fun than yesterday’s. Now, we’ll look at the five best films I’ve reviewed so far in 2014. 425 more words

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Halftime Report 2014 - Part 1

(read part 2 here)

by Ken B.

We’re halfway through 2014 now, and so it’s time to look back a bit at the five best and worst movies I’ve reviewed so far this year. 424 more words

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Instructions Not Included (No se aceptan devoluciones)

by Ken B.

The great British director Stephen Daldry once said something I didn’t quite like when I first heard it. He noted that when showing one of his films to test audiences, he observed how they would go along with it, enraptured by the plot and characters at every plot point. 733 more words

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