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Mr. Nobody (2009)

Director: Jaco Van Dormael, Writer: Jaco Van Dormael, Stars: Jared Leto, Sarah Polley, Diane Kruger, Linh Dan Pham

I am pretty much indecisive in my life. 675 more words

Drama

October Countdown: 31 Fantastic Films to Make Your Halloween Scream, #8

Are you looking to hang out with a few friends on Halloween night and watch a great horror flick? Every day in October, I’ll be suggesting a film that I believe will make for excellent Halloween viewing. 297 more words

Horror Movies

The Animal Project (Canada, 2013)

Directed by: Ingrid Veninger. I had to see this movie for professional reasons recently, and I probably wouldn’t have seen it otherwise, especially since I’d never heard of it. 262 more words

Stories We Tell

I remember seeing the Stories We Tell trailer a couple years ago, and when my friend Ben told me he’d just seen it on Netflix, I knew it would be a good choice for my first Netflix review. 490 more words

Documentary

0182 | Stories We Tell

Sarah Polley’s touching, illuminating and genre-twisting documentary Stories We Tell is an examination of her own family’s history, detailing the love affairs and marriages of her mother Diane via interviews with relatives and others that knew her well. 897 more words

Film

Fathers & daughters and killer clowns - documentary roundup

I watched two documentaries this evening. The first was Killer Legends, a typical don’t-know-what-to-watch-so-will-pick-something-true-crime-related choice. The exploring of the truth behind urban legends was interesting, but it was let down by repeated scenes of two people wandering around in the dark with flashlights, looking for murder scenes, without any conceivable reason why this would have to be done at night rather than for them to look cool, and for… 189 more words

Documentary

The Vern's Quick Review of Stories We Tell(2012)

Stories We Tell” is unlike any documentary I have seen before.  Yes I realize that in saying those words, it could make me sound like a pretentious asshole, but it really is something different and also quite special at the same time.    349 more words

Reviews