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Mistaken for Strangers

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 26, 2014
There’s no mistaking the opportunity for local film and music lovers to appreciate this feature debut documentary from Tom Berninger (construction production assistant on Taking Woodstock, boom   


0 Comments · Wednesday, March 26, 2014

On My Way

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 26, 2014
A potentially tasty food and film combo, On My Way from co-writer (with Jérôme Tonnerre) and director Emmanuelle Bercot features the ever-lovely Catherine Deneuve as Bettie, a woman on the verge  


0 Comments · Wednesday, March 26, 2014
Agatha Christie probably never imagined that one of her novels (And Then There Were None) would serve as the creative spark for an action flick involving an elite DEA team led by Arnold Schwarzene  

Villeneuve and Gyllenhaal Double Up for Head-Scratcher

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 26, 2014
Director and writer Denis Villeneuve (the French-Canadian whose Incendies was a Best Foreign Language Film Oscar nominee in 2011) arrived at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival with a double feature (Enemy and Prisoners) infused with its own moody concoction pairing doubles within doubles...  


0 Comments · Tuesday, March 18, 2014
Well, the next contestant in the young adult franchise sweepstakes is this adaptation of the Veronica Roth series about a dystopian world where society is divided into five distinct groups — to   

Muppets Most Wanted

0 Comments · Tuesday, March 18, 2014
The Muppets are back and looking to continue their assault on popular culture in co-writer (with Nicholas Stoller) and director James Bobin’s latest tale of their escapades. This time the crew i  


0 Comments · Tuesday, March 18, 2014
Director Denis Villeneuve and leading man Jake Gyllenhaal teamed up for an intriguing double feature at last year’s Toronto International Film Festival, where their mainstream thriller Prisoners  

The Tough and Tender Heart of Wes Anderson

1 Comments · Tuesday, March 18, 2014
The Grand Budapest Hotel is the latest release from Wes Anderson, the precious stylist who seems intent on claiming the distinction of being the current iteration of early Woody Allen — meaning he’s adept at aggressively being himself.   

The Art of the Steal

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 12, 2014
Right off the bat, The Art of the Steal draws somewhat lofty comparisons thanks to its similarity to a host of minor-key crime capers, the best of which seem inspired by the late great Elmore Leon