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Wiener-Dog Review

Note: This review contains plot spoilers.

The narrative of Todd Solondz’s Wiener-Dog takes the form of four shorts connected by the presence of the eponymous animal, however, apart from being central to the first vignette, it tends to function half as a side character and half plot device for the rest of the film. 1,701 more words

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Review: Wiener-Dog

Wiener-Dog is the latest film from Todd Solondz. It finds the writer/director on fine form, pedaling more of his homespun all-American nihilism in which depraved hilarity and gut-punch sadness collide. 912 more words

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The Exorcist (1973) Review

Time: 122 Minutes
Age Rating: Horror, Violence, Sex Scenes and Offensive Language.
Cast:
Ellen Burstyn as Chris MacNeil
Max von Sydow as Father Lankester Merrin… 663 more words

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The Exorcist

Film Title

The Exorcist

Director

William Friedkin

Starring

  • Ellen Burstyn as Chris MacNeil
  • Jason Miller as Father Karras
  • Linda Blair as Regan MacNeil
  • Lee J. Cobb as Lieutenant William Kinderman…
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Ellen Burstyn Recalls First Emmy Win, Missing Her Oscar Moment

Ellen Burstyn received her first Emmy nom in 1981 for the telepic “The People vs. Jean Harris.” She finally won nearly 30 years later for a guest spot on “Law & Order: SVU.” With three noms during that span, and three more since (including one this year as Robin Wright’s steely mother on “House of Cards”), the Oscar- and Tony-winner is clearly a TV Academy favorite. 618 more words

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Wiener-Dog: Film Review

Wiener-Dog looked like an adorable, off-beat film that I would love – for one, it stars a dog and secondly, it features the likes of… 275 more words

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Wiener-Dog (dir. Todd Solondz) 2016

This is a comedy written and directed by Todd Solondz. If you know his name and like his movies you will know not to expect uplifting and light hearted comedy, and this one is bleak even by his standards. 186 more words

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