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I would like to discuss something, that has been in my head for quite some time , and that is independent films existence  and how many of us are not paying fully attention to it. 994 more words

Independent Films

Winter's Bone (2010) Retro Review - Interesting Naturalistic Film Making

Winter’s Bone was directed and co-written by Debra Granik and I’ll be honest I haven’t seen any of her other admittedly limited output.  The other scriptwriter on the project was Anne Rosselini – to date this is her only writing credit.   849 more words

Movie Reviews

Movie Reviews: Winter's Bone, Draft Day, & Are You Here

Winter’s Bone

This was the only Jennifer Lawrence film I hadn’t seen and I saw it in the $5 bluray special bin at Walmart. I had heard such good things and absolutely love Lawrence so I had to get it. 227 more words


Daniel Woodrell, "Winter's Bone"

“Ree’s grand hope was that these boys would not be dead to wonder by twelve, dulled to life, empty of kindness, boiling with mean. So many Dolly kids were that way, ruined before they had chin hair, groomed to live outside square law and abide by the remorseless blood-soaked commandments that governed life outside square law.”


Tawni O'Dell's One Of Us: Shadows Of Home (Book Review)

Psychologist Danny Doyle returns home to his coal-mining roots in Pennsylvania to check on his ailing grandfather, and finds himself embroiled in a serial killer’s machinations to avenge old wrongs in Tawni O’Dell’s fifth novel,  385 more words


Winter's Bone (2010)

A powerfully driven drama about the steaming pace of gossip in a rural community, this on top of the strength of close and distant family connections makes for a really watchable, interesting and incredible film. 846 more words