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Golden Exits (2018)

Another unmistakeable entry into the Alex Ross Perry canon aka “The Ongoing Dramas of Upper Class Assholes”. Perry mounts a mass ensemble but avoids an Altman-like sprawl by cleverly having them all pivot around Emily Browning’s Naomi. 304 more words


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Seen as it was Andrew Allen’s birthday yesterday, enjoy this photo of him.

If anyone has one of his Hockey pro boards they want to sell to me, then let me know cause I really want to start collecting a bunch of Fucking Awesome / Hockey decks. 117 more words


GFF18 Film review: Lean on Pete

 Based on the novel of the same name by Willy Vlautin, coming-of-age drama Lean on Pete is the latest feature from critically acclaimed writer and director Andrew Haigh. 232 more words

Episode #218: Do You Want to Build a Snowman?

Dorin, Jenn, and Kendyl revisit Detective Harry Hole in the film adaptation The Snowman (2017) and whether the style, tropes, and female characters were an improvement on the Jo Nesbø novel, or fell flat. 84 more words


Glasgow Film Festival '18: It's one boy and his horse against the world in 'Lean on Pete'

Rarely have films ever made me cry for two hours straight, but Lean on Pete arrives like a stampede to join that very short list. I saw Lean on Pete last year at London Film Festival and director Andrew Haigh was at the screening for a Q&A. 502 more words


Review: Golden Exits, 2018, dir. Alex Ross Perry

Can someone explain Alex Ross Perry to me? Every time this guy knocks out a film, cinephiles routinely praise it as one of the best American movies in years, which to me says that either a) they have shit taste in movies, or b) they don’t watch a lot of American movies. 195 more words


Sundance 2018 Review: "Lizzie" (2018) ★★★★

No crime should ever be accepted or justified, and even less – be admired by any means. Yet, in some circumstances, it may appear the only way out of a maddeningly unjust situation. 701 more words

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