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The Best Thing Not on TV this Week

Let me just say up front — this is not a review. It is a recommendation.

Just a few years ago if you’d said about a movie you’d just seen that it was as good as the best thing currently on television, people would have assumed you were damning the film with faint praise. 389 more words

A Most Wanted Man Movie Review & Posthumous Philip Seymour Hoffman

There’s an inescapable and profound sadness to seeing what will amount to the last lead role for Phillip Seymour Hoffman in a movie. Watching Hoffman as Günther Bachmann, slumped over German bars, pounding drinks and chain-smoking, it’s difficult not to see the man whose personal struggles with addiction lead to his tragic death in February of this year. 610 more words


Philip Seymour Hoffman shines in last role 'A Most Wanted Man'

The best spy movies are built on their gray area, the thorny nuance of corruption, deceit and betrayal that keep the wheels turning and our minds guessing. 501 more words


Review of the film The Time Traveler's Wife

Released in the summer of 2009, The Time Traveler’s Wife is based on Audrey Niffenegger’s bestselling book of the same name, which I felt was an interesting, nuanced examination of a much hackneyed subject. 668 more words

Science Fiction

Quiet, Cold, and Haunting: A Review of Anton Corbijn's A Most Wanted Man

Film: A Most Wanted Man

Director: Anton Corbijn

Primary Cast: Phillip Seymour Hoffman, Rachel McAdams, Willem Dafoe, Robin Wright, Daniel Bruhl, Nina Hoss, Grigoriy Dobrygin… 967 more words


Rachel McAdams, July 22nd 2014

Rachel McAdams attending the premiere of ‘A Most Wanted Man’ hosted by The Cinema Society and Montblanc. Rachel is wearing a printed, asymmetric Zuhair Murad Couture Fall 2014 dress… 17 more words

Media Monday

Hey there folks! The other half of Oviedo Music, Vanessa, here. I’ll be guest blogging every so often on Mondays about my latest and greatest music obsessions that I catch here and there on TV or in movie soundtracks, hence my catchy title, “Media Monday.” 431 more words