The most unlikely trilogy of the last twenty years, has finally wrapped up. It would be difficult to fully explain the impact that 1998’s “Henry Fool” had on me back in 1998, but it was a watershed moment for me. 372 more words
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Homocide detective Will Dormer (Al Pacino) is sent with his partner (Martin Donovan) to investigate a murder in a small town in Alaska. 72 more words
This will be the first in a weekly series of articles aimed at unearthing the often great films of well known directors that are rarely discussed when considering their filmographies. 482 more words
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Mr. Touchett: You’re in love with her, then? I should think you would be. It’s as if she came over on purpose.
Ralph Touchett: No, I’m not in love with her, but I should be, if certain things were different.
As a rollicking if innocuous expansion pack to the oceanic MCU, Ant-Man is largely a character-driven affair that’s succumbed to unfortunate timeline placement. Opening with a meeting of the minds-cum-fallout circa 1989, it becomes abundantly clear that Dr. 464 more words
Director: Christopher Nolan
Cast: Al Pacino, Robin Williams, Hilary Swank, Martin Donovan, Maura Tierney
Plot: Two cops, Dormer (Pacino) and his partner, are sent to Alaska to investigate the murder of a young girl, also keeping them out of the way on an Internal Affairs investigation. 979 more words