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The 6 Best Movies to Buy or Stream This Week: ‘Ballet 422,’ ‘Before I Disappear’

It’s a remarkably quiet week on the home video front; the “biggest” new releases on the shelf are the long-delayed (and much booed) Jeff Bridges/Julianne Moore epic… 1,001 more words


MY MOVIE SHELF: The Shawshank Redemption

The Task: Watch and write about every movie on my shelf, in order (Blu-rays are sorted after DVDs), by June 10, 2015.  Remaining movies: 20  839 more words


Thanks For Sharing movie review

Thanks For Sharing is a romantic comedy about 3 people at different stages of sex addiction (15 years, 5 years, and 1 day), their relationships, and their struggles. 168 more words

Cel mai bun film - INCHISOAREA INGERILOR ( Shawshank Redemption )

Nu se putea sa nu vorbim despre cel mai bun film, cel putin la nivel de aprecieri pe internet. Locul 1 pe IMDb.com (internet movie data base) este un film ce prezinta o poveste de prietenie, un om acuzat pe nedrept, reuseste sa evadeze din puscarie cu o metoda ingenioasa, dar consumatoare de timp. 36 more words


"Welcome to Me"--a darkly humorous look at borderline personality disorder

I’ve been wanting to post a movie review (which I haven’t done in a while), and also something about borderline personality disorder. How serendipitous that the “chick flick” my daughter and I decided to see this afternoon is a movie about a woman who has borderline personality disorder! 771 more words

Borderline Personality Disorder

Cannes Film Review: 'A Perfect Day'

“Welcome to Hell,” reads a piece of wall graffiti in an unspecified Balkan territory, though what we see onscreen feels more like a dry, over-tilled stretch of seriocomic purgatory in “A Perfect Day.” Taking stock of a nation’s war wounds through an outsider’s lens, this first English-language effort from Spanish director Fernando Leon de Aranoa casts a nicely jaundiced eye on five aid workers, struggling and mostly failing to do some badly needed clean-up work toward the end of the mid-’90s conflict. 887 more words


Flash Movie Review: Welcome to Me

When anyone describes their emotions as a roller coaster ride I believe them. Between friends and work I have seen some extreme actions from people. There was a friend of mine who suffered with bouts of depression from time to time. 419 more words