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The Last Seduction (1994)
The femme fatale was a staple of 1940s film noir: an unusually attractive and downright coldhearted woman who knows how to get what she wants by using her own femininity and sexuality to lure unsuspecting men into her trap. She's often the smartest character in the film, able to play...
review posted: April 27, 2005
In America (2002)
In America is a brilliant film about an Irish family who moves to New York in search of better opportunities for themselves. While this sounds like a cliche, the story and characters are anything but, and because of this, they resonate deeply with the viewer. Instead of a hackneyed...
Full Approvalreview posted: April 18, 2005
High Sierra (1941)
Humphrey Bogart became a legend as a tough guy: he talked fast, asked few questions, and stuck his neck out for nobody. His characters were usually only interested in selfish pursuits, but they usually had a soft spot for a beautiful woman. Bogart's character in High Sierra, an aging...
review posted: April 15, 2005
The Gift (2000)
It's not often that you come across a horror film that tells a story with intelligence and is more concerned with the people in the story than splattering blood and guts all over the screen. Well The Gift is one of the better horror films of recent years, and with names like Sam Raimi and...
Recommendedreview posted: April 12, 2005
The Motorcycle Diaries (2004)
The Motorcycle Diaries tells the story of a life-changing journey that future Cuban revolutionary Ernesto "Che" Guevara and his friend Alberto Granado made on a motorcycle through South America in 1952. At the time, Guevara was 23 years old, and Granado was 29. They set out to see the...
Full Approvalreview posted: April 10, 2005
Peeping Tom (1960)
When Peeping Tom was first released in 1960, it was universally reviled by critics and audiences alike for its sadism and mixing of sex and violence, and essentially ended the career of its director, Michael Powell. To say it was misunderstood at the time would be an understatement, as...
Full Approvalreview posted: April 9, 2005
The Terminal (2004)
The Terminal, a story about a man without a country trapped in an airport for an indefinite amount of time, starts out innocently enough, hits its stride in the first thirty minutes, then once it reaches its midpoint, it gradually becomes worse and worse, until the end, when I was left...
review posted: April 9, 2005
Don't Look Now (1973)
Don't Look Now is a strange motion picture, drenched in symbolism, and with a labyrinthine plot that keeps the audience's minds spinning and wondering what the meaning of all of its odd shots is. Well eventually it all does come together, but, well, maybe one viewing isn't enough to soak...
review posted: April 6, 2005
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