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The Grand Budapest Hotel

When you let the accountants run things, you get stuff like Terminator 3, Transformer 4, and so on…the franchise just gets worse and worse like an overcooked rotten piece of T-bone steak. 22 more words


Wes's World: Orson Welles' THE MAGNIFICENT AMBERSONS on 35mm!

Following the success of CITIZEN KANE, Welles made one of the most famously disastrous productions of the 1940s, the story of a wealthy family unable to adapt to the changing times in the years following the Industrial Revolution. 127 more words

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[Movietalk #1] Moonrise Kingdom

It has been a while indeed… but I have not disappeared forever! I had quite an eventful weekend – I visited a dear friend ( 358 more words

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Moonrise Kingdom

I’m not quite sure how I feel about this movie. This was my first Wes Anderson film, and I absolutely love his film style, especially the fluidity of his transitions. 95 more words

July 2014

The Red Hoods: Episode 22 - Not Appropriately Dressed

This fortnight Niall was in London and saw Charlie and the Chocolate Factory the musical by Sam Mendes (0:23:23), Sean read Dark Places and Sharp Objects both by Gillian Flynn (0:44:08) and The Martian by Andy Weir (0:52:30). 100 more words

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The five movies you have to see in Madison: July 25-31, 2014

A Most Wanted Man” (all week, Point and Star Cinema) — Months after his death from a heroin overdose, Philip Seymour Hoffman’s final performances are reaching theaters. 419 more words

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