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Good Will Hunting review: One Of The Best Hollywood Dramas

RIP Robin Williams

Will Hunting (Matt Damon) is an orphan living out of money earned by doing labor work with his friends Chuckie (Ben Affleck), Morgan (Casey Affleck) and Billy (Cole Hauser). 866 more words

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Drama Feature Film Pitch: Prodigal by Chris Courtney Martin

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Title: Prodigal

Written by: Chris Courtney Martin

Type: Feature Film

Genre: Drama

Logline: A conservative grad student’s life implodes when her troubled stepbrother’s return from rehab disrupts the family’s stability. 34 more words

Film Review: The Child (2005)

Belgian directors and brothers Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardennes make tough films (just read the review of another collaboration titled The Son). The Child describes the lives of two young street people Bruno and Sonia, and their newborn child, Jimmy. 161 more words


Film Review: Intimate Stories (2002)

Intimate Stories chronicles three road trips in Argentina’s Patagonia; from truck-stop “California” to the 300 km distant town of San Julian. One trip is by Don Justo who wants to recover the dog “Malacara” which abandoned him; one trip is by Maria who has been chosen to appear on the TV program “Casino Colorado” and has a chance to win a food processor (not exactly  132 more words


At First Glance: “Loving”

A lot of historical events may have paved the way for something broader, and many people learn about them in a general way, but how much of what occurred do we really know? 1,204 more words


At First Glance: “Sully”

Biographical films come in all shapes and sizes. Some know how to perfectly balance a subjects life, some don’t, and others just focus on one particular time in a persons life, hopefully keeping the focus nice and tight. 959 more words


The Power of Silence

Have you ever seen a film where the characters just talk…too much? I know I have, and it can get on your nerves. It can be most annoying when characters just start saying the most obvious things. 295 more words