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Manchester by the Sea (2016)

It was a very strange feeling to me.

After seeing Manchester by the Sea, I left the theater and did not know what to think. 500 more words


The More It Comes Down: A "Manchester by the Sea" Review

By: Daniel Reynolds

There’s no real way to set a film based around grief in a tropical location. Sure, people in warm climates deal with death and sadness too, but cognitively, visually, there’s nothing quite like the cold to drive misery home. 1,039 more words


Manchester by the Sea

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As we head into the thick of the holiday season (read the Oscar season), somber character studies start piling up like gifts faster than I can open them. 474 more words

Movie Review


 Greetings again from the darkness. Grief. When a loved one dies, we experience a sorrow that is impossible to define. It can take on many different looks through various stages. 683 more words


The Private Tragedies and Personal Turmoils of 'Manchester By the Sea'

We first meet Lee Chandler (Casey Affleck), the protagonist of Kenneth Lonergan’s Manchester By the Sea, via observation rather than introduction. He works as a handyman in a Boston apartment complex, and we see a few brief moments from an average day. 857 more words


Happy Birthday: Gretchen Mol

Gretchen Mol

Born: November 8, 1972 in Deep River, Connecticut, USA

Married to: Tod Williams (1 June 2004 – present) (2 children)

I love the loops! 200 more words





“Anesthesia” is another ensemble film of intersecting storylines that strains just a little too hard to connect all of the tales together. It’s obvious that writer / director / actor… 345 more words

2016 Film Reviews