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REVIEW: "A Most Wanted Man"

Anton Corbijn’s brooding espionage-thriller “A Most Wanted Man” doesn’t follow any popular spy movie blueprint or formula and the movie is better for it. It won’t take audiences long to notice the intentionally deliberate pacing, dialogue-driven suspense, and strong character focus. 507 more words

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Punch-Drunk Love - 2002

Remember when you saw “The Truman Show”, “Lost in Translation” or “Dead Poets’ Society” for the first time. It was a bit of a shock wasn’t it, seeing a great comedy actor (Jim Carrey, Bill Murray and Robin Williams respectively) take on a more serious role and gives one of his finest performances to date. 494 more words


January Blind Spot Review: The Ides of March (2011)

“I’ll do or say anything if I believe in it, but I have to believe in the cause.”
– Stephen Meyers

SYNOPSIS: Stephen Meyers is a young idealist who’s brilliant at communications, is second in command of Governor Mike Morris’s presidential campaign, and is a true believer. 452 more words


A Most Wanted Man

Based on a John le Carré novel this movie director by Anton Corbijn (Control, 2007) is a good old fashioned spy movie, indeed it sits well along-side another Le Carré work – Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (2011). 512 more words


Robin Williams & More Remembered In SAG Awards Memoriam -- Watch

The 2015 SAG Awards honored Hollywood’s fallen in a beautiful, touching montage that included Robin Williams, Philip Seymour Hoffman, and more. So sad.

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Addiction and Philip Seymour Hoffman

‘But I’m not a saint yet. I’m an alcoholic. I’m a drug addict. I’m homosexual. I’m a genius.’-Truman Capote

It seems apt to quote Capote, a character with whom Philip Seymour Hoffman became synonymous playing, in his Academy Award winning performance. 1,198 more words