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Movie Review: The Snowman (2017)

When a young woman goes missing, Detective Harry Hole (Michael Fassbender) suspects it may be the handiwork of a serial killer who seemed to disappear years ago — an unidentified man who leaves him cryptic notes and marks the scene of every crime by building a snowman. 1,548 more words

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One-Line Reviews: Alien: Covenant (2017)

More action movie than horror, Alien: Covenant might disappoint fans of the series but still feels like a worthy sequel that explains mysteries that fans (might) have been asking for decades. 🙂🤜

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The Snowman review (Five Minutes in the Film Room transcript)

Here is the transcript for my review of The Snowman, which aired Oct. 25 on Episode 89 of The Bridge.

The Bridge is broadcast as a one-hour radio show Monday through Friday on  936 more words

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Flashback Friday-A Dangerous Method (2011)

Compared to other forms of medical treatment, psychoanalysis is a relatively modern form of treatment.

The 2011 film, A Dangerous Method, is the story of how psychoanalysis was born. 131 more words


Jane Eyre: A Comparative Study

Originally published: June 24, 2014

I am not talking to you now through the medium of custom, conventionalities, nor even of mortal flesh: it is my spirit that addresses your spirit; just as if both had passed through the grave, and we stood at God’s feet, equal–as we are!“ – Jane Eyre… 1,878 more words

Looking back at... Steve Jobs (2015)

The movie Steve Jobs, directed by David Fincher and starring Christian Bale, made it to the screen with very little in the way of a hitch… is something I will not be writing about, but if there is a parallel universe out there, then that version of the movie probably exists. 891 more words