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The Dooms Chapel Horror review

By David Dent

A great although rather exploitation-style movie title for what is quite a subtle film, although it can’t quite decide whether it wants to be a character study or creature feature. 292 more words

Winter's Bone

Bleak and gritty drama set in the Ozark Mountains of Missouri, featuring an outstanding breakout performance by the pre-Hunger Games Jennifer Lawrence that actually deserved to win an Oscar (don’t get me wrong, she was good in… 381 more words


Too Delightful & Too Far from Home: Winter's Bone by Daniel Woodrell

The plot of Winter’s Bone by Daniel Woodrell conforms to conventional thriller stakes. Ree, our protagonist, looks after her mentally incapacitated mother and two young brothers since her father left them with an unfulfilled promise of returning. 492 more words


Winter's Bone (2010)

A 17 year old girl left to care for her family in dirt-poor rural Alabama goes in search of her absentee father when faced with the choice of either forcing him to appear before the court or losing their home. 143 more words


The Importance of the Little Details in Film.

V Renee at No Film School uses the film Winter’s Bone as a model for her discussion in why props and costumes have significance and importance in films. 11 more words


Winters Bone (2010) [Review]

Writer-Director Debra Granik throws caution to the wind with respect to the standard thrillers, and instead allows the emotions of the characters to drive the intensity rather than the situations themselves. 363 more words


Film of the Week: WINTER's BONE

Debra Grenik’s “Winter’s Bone” is a film where Grenik certainly employs a show and don’t tell method of filmmaking.  The story is about Ree Dolly (Jennifer Lawrence), a 17-year old girl on the hunt for her father wanted by the law. 465 more words

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