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Film Review: Stockholm, Pennsylvania (dir by Nikole Beckwith)

I think I’m going to start writing Stockholm, Pennsylvania fanfic.  It’s not that I’m a fan of this particular movie.  It’s just that, after watching it last night, I’m convinced that I could probably write a better version of the same story.   748 more words


Johnny Jewel - Tell Me (Featuring Saoirse Ronan)

From the “Lost River” OST. According to Johnny Jewel: He and Ryan Gosling jammed up the door with furniture, turned off the lights then the three of them sat in a circle. 66 more words

THE LOVELY BONES Movie Review by Chinook the Ferret

Take time to smell the roses and the people in your life. I have not seen a film that made me laugh, cry, cringe in horror and revulsion and nostalgic about my own life and the people I interact with all with the same viewing. 539 more words

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REVIEW: Lost River

Ryan Gosling’s directorial debut, “Lost River,” opens with a crooning Americana theme (“In the Still of the Night”) playing over alternating images of alternating suburban decency and urban decay in Detroit.   243 more words

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Lost River (2015)

Lost River is a trash painting that’s stunning to look at but not necessarily exciting to dissect. I don’t think Gosling deserves the backlash he’s received and I think in time that will wane. 205 more words

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Lost River

Lost River is an ambitious project, but ultimately a hollow, lifeless experience.

by Owen Hughes (@ohughes86)

I first started a new post on WordPress for this review on the afternoon of Saturday 18th April, shortly after the credits rolled on Ryan Gosling’s directorial debut. 1,319 more words


The Lovely Bones (2009)

A difficult movie to rate. The plot leading up her murder was full of wonderfully uncomfortable edge-of-your-seat suspense; the emotion and drama that followed her death in dealing with the loss and looking for the killer were just as captivating, captured by excellent filming and acting performances all around. 29 more words

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