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8 1/2 (1963)
How does one begin to talk about 8 1/2? Every frame in this film could be put in a frame and hung on a wall. But it is not just the most brilliantly vivid visual film I've seen, it is indeed brilliantly conceived from beginning to end as well....
Full Approvalreview posted: February 1, 2005
Affliction (1997)
If I were pressed to describe Affliction in one word, I think that word would be "difficult." Now, don't get me wrong, the film is a compelling, well-made portrait of man's descent into madness, but the tone and subject matter are designed to disturb, and that's exactly what they do....
review posted: January 29, 2005
American Splendor (2003)
Excellent, excellent film. This is the true story of Harvey Pekar, a lowly, lonely file clerk in Cleveland, OH, who, sometime around 1980 decided to write his own comic book about his own boring, seemingly meaningless and difficult life. He became a minor celebrity and recurring guest on...
Full Approvalreview posted: March 15, 2004
Amores Perros (2000)
Amores Perros is a Mexican film by 21 Grams director Alejandro Gonzalez Innaritu that involves three interlocking stories of love, violence, loss, and dogs. Yes, dogs....
Full Approvalreview posted: November 11, 2004
Anchorman (2004)
Ron Burgundy is a 1970s news anchor in San Diego, a lonely, unintelligent man who will read anything that is written on the teleprompter. In Anchorman, his world is invaded by an ambitious woman with dreams of her own for the anchor position, and Ron doesn't quite know how to react. On...
Recommendedreview posted: February 5, 2005
The Asphalt Jungle (1950)
The Asphalt Jungle is a classic film noir directed by one of cinema's greatest, John Huston. It's a heist film, but what makes it different from others is that it is more concerned with the consequences of the heist than the actual robbery itself. Unfortunately, the movie failed to meet...
review posted: February 10, 2005
Auto Focus (2002)
Bob Crane shot to television stardom in the 1960s as the star of the television series Hogan's Heroes. However, while he was enjoying the life of a TV star, he was simultaneously delving into dark territory in his personal life - sexual promiscuity and deviance. Auto Focus tells the story...
Recommendedreview posted: February 3, 2005
Bad Santa (2003)
Not only is this Santa bad, he is vulgar, crass, dirty, foulmouthed, loose-moraled - come to think of it, I can't imagine a worse Santa. In spite of this, Bad Santa is a brilliant dark comedy, full of huge laughs from beginning to end, as long as you can put up with all of the bad...
Full Approvalreview posted: February 6, 2005
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