Movies Review

Bowling For Columbine

The Movie: Michael Moore’s “Bowling For Columbine” is one of the most controversial films of the past several years; there was controversy upon release (some wondered if the film would be released) and then the controversy returned once again when Moore made an Oscar speech against the current state of Read more…

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Bob Le Flambeur

The Movie: Jean-Pierre Melville’s largely influential 1956 film noir “Bob Le Flambeur” stars Roger Duchesne as Bob, a gambler who claims to have a criminal past, but who has recently gone clean. But, as with most noir or heist film anti-heroes, there’s always one last gig up his sleeve. Unfortunately Read more…

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The Matrix: Revisited

The Movie: In early 1999, “The Matrix” amazed and thrilled audiences with its remarkable special effects, interesting story and fascinating visuals. Much really hadn’t been said or heard about the film early in production, then more and more details and images from the production came out and the excitement built. Read more…

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Diabolique(1996)

The Movie: Although some viewed it as a dissapointment, I found director Jeremiah Chechik’s update of “Diabolique” to be a tense, suspenseful and very entertaining effort. It doesn’t stand up to the original, but viewed on its own, the film has some thrilling moments and good performances from the three Read more…

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Mountain Gorilla IMAX

The Movie: “Mountain Gorilla”, a 1992 IMAX picture, is one of the biggest examples that I’ve seen where a large-format picture delivers the outstanding imagery expected of the format, but only occasionally provides useful information about its subject. In this case, the documentary filmmakers have ventured in the jungles of Read more…

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I Know Where I’m Going

The Movie: The Criterion Collection presents classic films both new and old, often restored or containing a wealth of extra features. Their latest adventure into the classics is “I Know Where I’m Going”, a simply plotted film that still manages to engage the audience through spirited, lovely performances and witty Read more…

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Overlord

Currentfilm.com Review: “Overlord” is a simple, yet powerful film from director Stuart Cooper that follows one young soldier’s experiences in the days leading up to the D-Day invasion of Normandy (Overlord was the code name for the Normandy beach invasion that took place on June 6, 1944). Tom (Brian Stirner) Read more…