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Ann Hornaday on Watching Ultra-Violence

posted by Nell Minow

Washington Post critic Ann Hornaday has a thoughtful piece about the violence in two end-of-the-year western-style frontier stories, “The Revenant,” from the director of last year’s Best Picture “Birdman,” Alejandro González Iñárritu and Quentin Tarantino’s “The Hateful Eight.” Both “The […]

Movie Critic Ann Hornaday Comes Out as…a Christian

posted by Nell Minow

Washington Post movie critic Ann Hornaday wrote a brave and very moving essay about being a writer sustained by Christian faith and how that affects the way she approaches all films and especially those with religious themes. As a critic, […]

VOD: Bringing More Choices Home

posted by Nell Minow

Washington Post movie critic Ann Hornaday has a very good piece in today’s paper about video on demand.  Like Ann, I would much rather see a movie in a theater.  The experience of taking the actual journey to a special […]

The Appeal and Frustration of Ambiguous Movie Endings

posted by Nell Minow

I like Ann Hornaday’s piece in the Washington Post about ambiguous endings. In “The Film Snob’s Dictionary,” writers David Kamp and Lawrence Levi cheekily chart out the differences between Movies and Films (“It’s a Movie if it’s black-and-white because it’s […]

Tough Teen Girls in the Movies of 2010

posted by Nell Minow

The Washington Post’s Ann Hornaday has a terrific year-end round-up about an unusual trend in 2010 movies, tough teen girls. From gritty dramas like “Fish Tank” and “Winter’s Bone” to ultra-violent fantasies like “Kick-Ass” and “Let Me In” (both starring […]

List: Movie Weddings

posted by Nell Minow

Ann Hornaday has a marvelous article in the Washington Post about one of the most popular themes in movies: weddings. And why shouldn’t Hollywood love a good wedding? With its swirl of heightened emotions, its simmering leitmotifs of love and […]

What Does the Editor Do?

posted by Nell Minow

Ann Hornaday has a fascinating article in the Washington Post about the impact that an editor has on a film. You’ve heard the expression “the cutting room floor?” That comes from the days when film editors used real scissors and […]

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Trailer: The Whole Truth with Keanu Reeves and Gugu Mbatha-Raw
[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mDgt-d2qBKM[/youtube] Keanu Reeves, Renee Zellweger, and Gugu Mbatha-Raw star in the courtroom drama "The Whole Truth," directed by "Frozen River's" Courtney Hunt. ...

posted 8:52:22am Feb. 11, 2016 | read full post »

Create Your Own Zoolander Valentine!
Zoolander 2 and Valentine's Day! Visit this site to show your valentine that your love is as true as Blue Steel! ...

posted 10:47:24pm Feb. 10, 2016 | read full post »

Interview: Paul Dalio, Writer/Director of "Touched With Fire"
Paul Dalio is a rap artist, writer, and director whose own bipolar disorder inspired his new film, "Touched With Fire." In an interview, he talked about how he portrayed the subjective experience of mania for the bipolar poets played by Katie ...

posted 3:56:38pm Feb. 10, 2016 | read full post »

Big Change at This Year's Oscars: Thanked Names on Screen
Jezebel reports a long-overdue innovation in this year's Oscar ceremony: nominees will have the opportunity to submit their list of people to thank before the show, so that they can run across the bottom of the screen. This will give the ...

posted 8:40:28am Feb. 10, 2016 | read full post »

Deadpool
Frankly, exuberantly nasty -- in the nicest possible way, Deadpool is not your father's superhero. That is, unless your father is more like ...

posted 3:58:24pm Feb. 08, 2016 | read full post »

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