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Film Review: 'Bullet Head'

Good intentions sometimes come in odd packages, and while one doesn’t doubt writer-director Paul Solet’s sincerity, “Bullet Head” makes his judgment questionable — a vaguely “Reservoir Dogs”-esque crime thriller is not, it turns out, the ideal vehicle in which to plead for humane treatment of actual dogs. 778 more words


Movie Review - Columbus (San Diego Asian Film Festival 2017)

EXPECTATIONS: A beautiful and fully-realized character piece.

REVIEW: In my many reviews about romance films and dramas, it may be fair to assume that I’m not really a fan of either genres, but the truth is I am a fan of those, especially with projects like the… 853 more words


Columbus (2017)

Life is architecture. That works, right?

Casey (Haley Lu Richardson) is a recent high school graduate, is at a bit of a stand-still in her life. 719 more words


Bill Pullman Doubles His Treasure at the Woodstock Film Festival

During the Woodstock Film Festival’s Maverick Awards ceremony on Saturday night (Oct. 14), actor Bill Pullman graciously received an honorary award for Excellence In Acting and, as if on cue, allowed the trophy to fall to the floor and break in half. 723 more words


REVIEW: Columbus (2017)

When Jin’s (John Cho) father becomes seriously ill, he travels from Seoul, Korea to Columbus, Indiana to wait to se if he recovers. There he befriends Casey (Haley Lu Richardson), a young woman who loves the city and its architecture. 346 more words


Review: Columbus (Kogonada, 2017)

Columbus, the masterful feature debut of director Kogonada – an academic turned video essayist for the likes of Sight & Sound – is a film heavily focused on architecture, with formalism at the forefront of its aesthetic. 16 more words


They're He-ere

The idea of life on other planets has always intrigued and fascinated some people. Me, I’ve never been one to believe in extraterrestrials. If they’re out there, let them stay out there, and if they don’t exist, then okay. 1,244 more words