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Ocean's Thirteen Review

So I watched Ocean’s Thirteen…

This movie is definitely a return to everything that I loved about the original. This movie reestablishes that slick and polished wit and intelligence that made the original a hit. 638 more words

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The Devil's Advocate Review for Devil Week 2015 @ The IPC

Eric over at The IPC is hosting the first ever Devil Week and I am lucky enough to take part. To check out all the other amazing posts for Devil Week, click… 637 more words


FILM REVIEW: Mission Impossible - Rogue Nation

No matter what any of us make of Tom Cruise the person and shadowy cult member, he is quite frankly top notch at entertaining the public via the medium of cinema. 381 more words

Is Forest Whitaker Twice As Good As Al Pacino?

The hardworking staff noted with interest this item in yesterday’s New York Times Arts, Briefly column.

Forest Whitaker Will Make Broadway Debut

Forest Whitaker, the Academy Award winning film star, will…

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1995 Project: Heat, Se7en, and The White Balloon

The 1995 Project is almost over. I just have a handful of movies I want to catch up with before I determine what were the best movies movies to come out twenty years ago and I move on to another cinematic year. 840 more words

1995 Project

Dog Day Afternoon (Spoiler Filled Analysis of Landmark Crime Thriller)

Perhaps the greatest strength of Sidney Lumet’s 1975 essential crime thriller Dog Day Afternoon is it’s humility. It never judges, it never discriminates, it never stereotypes or shows any bias to one party, creed, religion, social status or sexuality. 1,670 more words


A Trip (Back) To The Movies: Review - "There Will Be Blood" (2007) 8.22.15

This marked my fourth weekend in a row taking a trip out to see yet another in a list of seven films that falls into the complete filmography of American writer/director Paul Thomas Anderson which is being shown as a retrospective at the Portland Art Museum. 967 more words