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Rachel Getting Married (2008)

Rating: 4/5

Director: Jonathan Demme

Cast: Anne Hathaway, Rosemarie Dewitt, Bill Irwin, Debra Winger

Rachel Getting Married is a film not so much about said Rachel getting married, as it is about her temporarily-rehab-free, nine months sober sister Kym. 760 more words

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Q&A: Jodie Foster on The Silence Of The Lambs

WHERE?: BFI

WHEN: 3/11

It’s hard to believe that Jodie Foster wasn’t the first choice to play rookie FBI agent Clarice Starling but it was a part she lobbied hard to play. 500 more words

Q&A

Brush with death leaves Neil Young grateful

(Neil Young, left, with Jonathan Demme)

BY STEVEN ROSEN / DENVER POST / 2-22-2006

 Jonathan Demme orders orange juice for himself, Neil Young and a reporter at downtown’s Zoom Restaurant in Park City, Utah – a refreshing way to begin a morning interview on behalf of the concert film “Neil Young: Heart of Gold.” 1,001 more words

Silence Of The Lambs

Silence Of The Lambs

Director: Jonathan Demme

Theatrical Release: February 14, 1991

Ratings:
IMDB: 8.6/10
Rotten Tomatoes: 95%
Roger Ebert: 3.5/4
Buffalo Will: 100%

Short and Sweet: 731 more words

Horror

Bit Review: Goodfellas (1990)

What makes Goodfellas (1990) such a good movie still today after 27 years? The casting of Ray Liotta, Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci? The excellent soundtrack chronicling the time and the place? 509 more words

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"Lemora: A Child's Tale of the Supernatural" (1973)

“Lemora: A Child’s Tale of the Supernatural” takes place in the American south, during the prohibition era, (1920-1933). At the outset of the film the protagonist, virtuous teenager, Lila Lee, portrayed by Cheryl “Rainbeaux” Smith… 1,291 more words

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2017 Movie #107: Stop Making Sense (1984)

In Stop Making Sense, the Jonathan Demme (The Silence of the Lambs)-directed concert film for Talking Heads, the iconic ’80s new wave quartet, lead singer David Byrne grabs your attention and hypnotizes you in non-stop action, presenting a series of characters and personas that differ from song to song, culminating in the unmistakable image of Byrne, suited in a comically oversized suit, wiggling his arms and legs, in almost dizzying fashion. 344 more words

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