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Badlands (1973) Film Review by Gareth Rhodes

Badlands (1973) Directed by Terrence Malick. With Martin Sheen and Sissy Spacek. 

With Badlands, writer-director Terrence Malick captures a sense of America’s past that speaks to the soul, potently webbing together nature, humanity and the beautifully insane chaos that goes along with it. 196 more words

Film Reviews

Badlands (1973)

2016 #87
Terrence Malick | 94 mins | streaming (HD) | 16:9 | USA / English | 18* / PG

The debut feature of Terrence “four films in 30 years” Malick comes with a tagline-cum-plot-description so good I’m just going to quote it wholesale: 407 more words

4 Stars

'The West Wing' Cast to Campaign for Hillary Clinton

Six cast members from “The West Wing” will campaign for Hillary Clinton in Ohio this weekend.

Richard Schiff, Allison Janney, Bradley Whitford, Dulé Hill, Joshua Malina, and Mary McCormack will participate in organizing events across Ohio with stops in the Mahoning Valley, Cleveland, Sandusky, and Toledo areas on Saturday, and in the Dayton and Columbus areas on Sunday, the campaign said. 47 more words


Save The Day

I can’t vote in the US election in November but, if I could, I know who I’d vote for…and it’s not just because this video promises Mark Ruffalo will get naked. 68 more words



Conspiracy theories, at least when they’re are at a safe distance like fifty years and countless pop culture iterations away, are kinda fun. The upheaval of the mid-twentieth century has always held a strong fascination over me and combined with the paranoia that I expected it to deliver, I was very excited to see Oliver Stone’s… 741 more words


THE VESSEL (2016) review

written by: Julio Quintana
produced by: Marla Quintana
directed by: Julio Quintana
rated: PG-13 (for some partial nudity/sensuality and thematic elements)
runtime: 86 min.
U.S. release date: September 16, 2016 (limited) … 1,490 more words

Interview with THE VESSEL writer/director Julio Quintana

Julio Quintana is a filmmaker to watch. I discovered this after watching his aesthetically captivating feature-length film debut, “The Vessel”. Produced by his wife, Marla Quintana and starring his brother, Lucas Quintana, this captivating film, which touches on universal themes, is certainly a passion project for the writer/director. 1,844 more words