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John Patrick Shanley


  • Meryl Streep as Sister Aloysius Beauvier
  • Philip Seymour Hoffman as Father Flynn
  • Amy Adams as Sister James…
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Movie Reviews

“The only true currency in this bankrupt world is what you share with someone else when you’re uncool.”

– Lester Bangs, Almost Famous (2000)


Against Seven Oaks

1. The brakes of a bus. The furnace waking. Any soft sounds
were your words — the way you whispered over the phone. A city becoming mine and part of me. 414 more words

Neil Peter Dyck

A Most Wanted Man

I have not read any John le Carre novels as of yet, but I have seen many movies based on them. Whether it’s “Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy” (be it the miniseries or the film), “The Constant Gardner,” “The Tailor of Panama” or “The Russia House,” all of Carré’s stories deal with people who have seen it all and have long since been burned out by the possibility of changing the way people exist in the world. 989 more words

The Master

Paul Thomas Anderson is one of the greatest theatrical minds of my time. He writes, directs, and produces nearly everything that he works on. He works with A-list actors that he coaxes flawless performances out of. 303 more words


Episode 52: My Boyfriend's Back w/ Bob Nasr

Bob is back AND My Boyfriend’s Back–which is a very misleading title for this film.

Incredibly sexist, absolutely off the rails, we still kind of had an amazing time with this one. 48 more words


Twister (1996)

Dir. Jan de Bont. Starring Bill Paxton, Helen Hunt, Philip Seymour Hoffmann

The roving band of free spirits who chase tornadoes, who each have their own weird nickname and their own competency within the group, have seen it all in their years of following twisters…except for an F5. 1,199 more words