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Wiener-Dog (2016)


It might be easy to mistake Wiener-Dog for Todd Solondz’s cutest and ‘nicest’ film yet, starring as it does a wandering dachshund that passes from owner to owner in the film’s 90 minutes, forming the wiggly connective backbone of four separate stories. 521 more words

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Requiem For A Dream (2000)

Jared Leto stars as a junkie looking for a way onto easy street for himself, his bored upper class girlfriend Jennifer Connelly and partner in crime Marlon Wyans. 159 more words


#FeministClassics: 'Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore'

I first saw this film as a teenager. I wasn’t super excited when my dad pitched this movie to me. I had seen Taxi Driver… 1,266 more words


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


The Exorcist (1973) Review

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


The Exorcist

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The Exorcist


William Friedkin


  • 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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