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Review: Silver Linings Playbook, 2012, dir. David O. Russell

Were I to describe Silver Linings Playbook in a single word, it would be “insistent”. We should consider the source, though; after all, David O. Russell is nothing if not blunt in his cinema and mercurial as a man. 1,013 more words

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G-S-T Review Slew: Holy Motors, Wreck-It Ralph, A Late Quartet

Last week I slacked off and broke my normal cross-posting habit: I published three reviews over at Go, See, Talk! and neglected to link to each of them over here. 785 more words

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Go, See, Talk! Review: Pusher, 2012, dir. Luis Prieto

I can’t honestly find a ton of fault with the Pusher remake headed by Luis Prieto. It’s a fine film that boasts strong construction and performances, as well as a lovely palette and high reserves of desperate energy. 73 more words

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Go, See, Talk! Review: Argo, 2012, dir. Ben Affleck

Argo is a triumph for Ben Affleck, who surely must be laughing at all of us who derided his early output from Gigli to Pearl Harbor… 120 more words

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Go, See, Talk! Review: Liberal Arts, 2012, dir. Josh Radnor

Let me be clear: I’m supportive of Josh Radnor’s attempts to wade into the waters of filmmaking as his meal ticket, How I Met Your Mother… 105 more words

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Double Take Go, See, Talk! Review: End of Watch, 2012, dir. David Ayer

Bill and I are back with another Double Take over at Go, See, Talk!; today, we’re tackling End of Watch, David Ayer’s newest attempt at carving out a name for himself in the “gritty cop drama” genre. 84 more words

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Double Take Go, See, Talk! Review: The Words, 2012, dir. Brian Klugman and Lee Sternthal

Today, Bill Graham and I are trying something different over at Go, See, talk!: we’re bringing back the Double Take format with our joint reviews of… 53 more words

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