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Margaret - Review


Kenneth Lonergan’s Margaret is a film that feels troubled at the center much like the history behind its release: going towards lawsuits that ultimately delayed its release until 2011 (it was scheduled for a 2007 release) along with several edits having been made, leaving no sense of a definitive vision behind. 1,020 more words

Film Reviews

Guest Review: CHRISTINE (2016)

Written/Directed By: Antonio Campos
Cast: Rebecca Hall, Tracy Letts, J. Smith-Cameron, Michael C. Hall
Runtime: 1 hr 59 minutes

Depression and suicide do not make pretty subjects for a film. 543 more words

Flix Reviews

Margaret (Lonergan, 2011)

Margaret is a movie full of ideas. Very much post-9/11, harboring a rich and terrifying history of legal troubles, it’s a movie about parents and children (surrogate mothers, absent fathers), and growing up in a new America, or maybe more specifically, a new New York. 611 more words

Christine (15)

Christine (15)

Run time: 1hr 59m

Director: Antonio Campos

Cast: Rebecca Hall, Michael C. Hall, Tracy Letts, J. Smith-Cameron, Maria Dizzia

Synopsis: The story of Christine Chubbuck, a 1970s TV reporter struggling with… 231 more words

2016 #15 - Christine (dir. Antonio Campos)

“So, now, in keeping with WZRB policy, presenting the most immediate and complete reports of local ‘blood and guts,’ TV 30 presents what is believed to be a television first. 1,072 more words