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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

Film Of The Week

Shades of the South: Film

People often write the South off as a cultureless wasteland, filled with backwoods, folksy nobodies, living life in a world gone by. Those of us who live here, however, know that this judgment isn’t entirely accurate; the South isn’t an irrelevant relic, but a place where the culture of the Old South mingles with modern society and contemporary issues. 903 more words

The Eckleburg Project

The Outlaw Album by Daniel Woodrell

A thin volume of short stories by the author of Winter’s Bone, the film of which launched Jennifer Lawrence’s career.

The book is incredibly evocative of different lives lived on the fringe of society, each story focusing on a person who transgresses, or lives with someone who transgresses the law. 126 more words

Book Reviews

Jennifer Lawrence Movies | Top Ten

10. Winter’s Bone (2010)

9. X-Men: First Class (2011)

 8. X-Men: Apocalypse (2016)

7. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 (2014)

 6. X-Men: Days Of Future Past (2014) 18 more words

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DVD Review: Go With Me

Title:                         Go With Me

Certificate:               15

Director:                   Daniel Alfredson

Major Players:         Anthony Hopkins, Julia Stiles, Ray Liotta

Out Of Five:             2

So you’re being scared witless by the local crime lord.  602 more words

DVD Review

Missouri – Winter’s Bone … Good Things Come in Small Packages

“No god craves weaklings.”

America doesn’t either and we prefer our poor be invisible.

Ree Dolly, the sixteen year old narrator of Daniel Woodrell’s 2007 novel, … 490 more words