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20 Most Anticipated Movies of Fall 2014

It’s that time of year again! That time that every film fan looks forward to most, the fall! With it recedes the mindlessness of the summer blockbuster season, only to be replaced with Oscar-bait and hidden gems. 4,255 more words


Electrick Children: Review

Religion in all it’s broad and baffling scope has long had a relationship with cinema. From the countless films that focus on the varying lives lived under the umbrella of belief right through to the acceptance speeches at a Hollywood award show, God in one shape or form is never far from the silver screen. 888 more words

Review: 'The Rover' 9.7.14

Writer/Director David Michod’s sophomore follow up to his electrifying debut -2010’s “Animal Kingdom”, which burst on the scene with the type of energy that Quentin Tarantino did with 1992’s “Reservoir Dogs”. 554 more words

Paul Thomas Anderson: Because We Will Never Be That Good

P.T. Anderson, the unspoken genius of today’s cinema. He has made some of the most incredible, well-shot, insane go-nowhere plot line movies I have ever seen. 391 more words



An epic mosaic of interrelated characters in search of love, forgiveness, and meaning in the San Fernando Valley. (IMDb)

So this is one of those “you need to see this if you’re a movie person” type things. 201 more words

Save Me: My Magnolia Obsession

You look like a perfect fit
for a girl in need of a tourniquet.
But can you save me?
—Aimee Mann, “Save Me”


Magnolia was my favorite movie of all time before I’d ever even seen it. 3,821 more words