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Review of Skyfall: an old Bond for a tired franchise

Summary:  Today Locke Peterseim reviews Skyfall. It’s one of his best reviews. “There’s no energy to the entire endeavor that doesn’t feel borrowed, and while the movie keeps moving, it doesn’t feel like it’s going anywhere.” But his review is really about the difficult process of reinventing myths for a new generation. 1,886 more words

Book & Film Reviews

5 to 7

From the desk of The Movie Snob.

5 to 7  (B).  I saw a good review, so I hurried out to see this independent flick.  I can’t deny my curiosity was piqued because it stars Bérénice Marlohe, who appeared in… 212 more words

Written By: The Movie Snob

Gold Coast Film Festival 2015 review: 5 to 7 (2014)

This is the first installment of reviews from the 2015 Gold Coast Film Festival. 

Undoubtedly the most influential romance films of the past 20 years have been Richard Linklater’s… 853 more words

Ella

5 TO 7 with Victor Levin

When I spoke with Victor Levin by phone on April 3, 2015, I was surprised to learn that one of the thing that I appreciated most about his feature film directorial debut, the practicality of the women of the piece about extra-marital affairs in contrast to the shock evidenced by the men, was not something he intended. 302 more words

Interview

Review: 5 to 7, 2015, dir. Victor Levin

“Making a romantic comedy in New York without referencing the works of Woody Allen or Neil Simon is a tall order. For decades, television, movies and music have extolled the Big Apple as a place where dreams come true, as a burg of endless amorous possibility. 83 more words

Reviews

5 to 7 (2015)

 Greetings again from the darkness. Somewhere along the line, the magic of movie romance has been lost. Love stories these days tend to take either the direction of snark or sap (or whips). 573 more words

Drama