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Jodie Foster and Kristen Stewart in PANIC ROOM (2002) - A thinking woman's movie

The following is my entry in The Girl Week Blogathon, being hosted Nov. 16-22, 2015 by the blog Dell on Movies. Click on the above banner, and read a variety of bloggers’ tributes to their favorite movie actresses and heroines! 443 more words


If You Can't See 'Spotlight' Yet, Stream Star Michael Keaton's First Newspaper Movie, 'The Paper'

Spotlight, Tom McCarthy’s brilliant, gripping dramatization of the Boston Globe’s Catholic sex abuse exposé, did bang-up business in limited release this weekend — but boy was that release limited, confined to just five screens in New York, Los Angeles, and Boston. 1,216 more words


Stir of Echoes

Stir of Echoes (1999)
★★★ / ★★★★

After Tom (Kevin Bacon) learns that he and Maggie (Kathryn Erbe) are having another child, his insecurities about not becoming more than he had planned are brought to the surface. 520 more words

Well, I'm Certainly Not Going Through Life With One Hand Tied Behind My Back. -- James Dean

Maybe Everyone Involved Was Just Under The Evil Mental Influence of Shiwan Khan? - The Shadow (1994)

In this week’s Classic Television Thursday post, I mentioned 1994’s Alec Baldwin-starring movie The Shadow, noting that I needed to rewatch it sometime soon to see if it really is as bad as it is reputed to be. 565 more words


Moving pictures, #25

I should really get into the habit of reading a book in the evening. The TBR is shrinking far too slowly, and the DVD collection is growing far too quickly. 1,563 more words


Kick-Ass -- single drama review

By Jane Goldman and Matthew Vaughn.

I don’t think if I’ve ever felt more deceived watching a motion picture than I did by the end of  628 more words

Christopher Nolan