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  • Year-In-Review (Editor’s Honorable Mentions)

    2011 presented a nice eclectic view of cinema we haven’t seen throughout the years.  If we summed it up to a ‘theme’ for the year, “silence” or “origins of cinema” would come to mind.  Films like Michel Hazanavicius’ “The Artist” and Martin Scorsese’s “Hugo” would fall in line with those thoughts.  When creating my ballots […] More

  • Phoenix Film Critics Love ‘The Artist’

    TOP TEN FILMS OF 2011 (in alphabetical order) “The Artist” “The Descendants” “Drive” “The Help” “Hugo” “Midnight in Paris” “Moneyball” “My Week With Marilyn” “Super 8″ “The Tree of Life” BEST PICTURE “The Artist” BEST DIRECTOR Michel Hazanavicius, “The Artist” More

  • Oscar Circuit: What Happened Today?

    They bitched, they moaned, and after all this about David Fincher’s The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo not being screened in time, the New York Film Critics ignore the film completely.  The big win of the day was Michel Hazanavicius’ The Artist which landed a Picture and Director win respectively.  I felt when I first […] More

  • Snippet Reviews (Multiple Films)

    Martha Marcy May Marlene (***) Helmed by a powerful lead performance by Elizabeth Olsen, Sean Durkin’s Martha Marcy May Marlene dribbles right on the edge of thriller and suspense without coming off gimmicky.  Olsen evokes and drowns herself in her character keeping the questions right on the surface and not losing sight.  Though the film’s narrative never […] More

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