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Boychoir: Kids that Parent Themselves

Full disclosure: I arranged performance tours for boychoirs and I travelled with them. This movie review is prejudiced by my life experience.

Boychoir is a small independent film with a big cast: Dustin Hoffman, Eddie Izzard, Kathy Bates, Josh Lucas, Debra Winger and Kevin McHale. 295 more words


Queued in Fridays: True Blue

True Blue (retitled Miracle at Oxford for the U.S. DVD release and later for Netflix) is a fictionalized retelling of the 1987 Oxford-Cambridge Boat Race and the mutiny that occurred between some of the Oxford rowers and their coach. 771 more words


Life as We Know It

Holly (Katherine Heigl) and Messer (Josh Duhamel) are set up by their best friends only to hate each other after a tragic first date. However, after their best friends die in a fatal car accident they agree to share joint custody of their daughter Sophie and decide to move in together to help raise her.  192 more words


Session 9

Session 9 is a 2001 American independent psychological horror film directed by Brad Anderson and written by Anderson and Stephen Gevedon. The film stars David Caruso, Peter Mullan, Stephen Gevedon, Paul Guilfoyle, Josh Lucas and Brendan Sexton III as an asbestos abatement crew who begin to experience growing tensions while working in an abandoned mental asylum, which is paralleled by the gradual revelation of a former patient’s disturbed past through recorded audio tapes of the patient’s hypnotherapy sessions. 260 more words

Book - Movie - Music

THE MEND is maddening yet mesmerising

Rating: ★★★

Walk into John Magary’s The Mend sober and you’ll come out with a hangover. A deeply inebriated, experimental film with a low hum narrative motor, it stumbles around in drunk and disorderly circles, occasionally punching the air in moments of angry clarity, before groggily flopping back down into depraved delirium. 684 more words

Vérité Film Magazine

johnlink ranks POSEIDON (2006)

POSEIDON is one of those formulaic action films you are bound to see eventually. It is made for commercial interruptions and mindless consumption (though my snobbishness has prevented me from watching ANYTHING with commercial interruptions). 527 more words

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Flash Movie Review: Red Dog

Walk down my street and you cannot help but hear a dog barking or a cat meowing. Within my block there are close to a dozen cats and dogs, granted six of them live next door to me. 432 more words