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Black Swan, a feast of unnecessary violence

The Oscars ceremony is almost here, and, after seeing Black Swan yesterday, I’m only one film – The Social Network, which I’ll probably see sometime after the Oscars, maybe once it comes out on DVD – short from completing my pre-Oscar … Continue reading

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Keeping my resolution: The Kids Are Alright

In another installment of keeping my pre-Oscar resolution, I recently saw The Kids Are Alright, a movie about a lesbian couple (played by Annette Bening and Julianne Moore) whose two children decide to meet their biological father (a.k.a. the sperm … Continue reading

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The King’s Speech and the Oscars

As part of my resolution to see more Oscar-nominated movies, I saw The King’s Speech last night. As I admitted before, I probably would not be that interested in seeing it had it not been for the 12 Oscar nominations … Continue reading

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The Room: a guide to the best worst movie ever

The Room. “Midnight sensation.”  “The best worst movie of all times.” “It’s so terrible that it’s great.” Oh, there is so much to be said about this movie. It has lived up to my every expectation. It is a must-see … Continue reading

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