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OFCS Reviews, Interviews, and More (April 10)

Click on any link to read member reviews, interviews, and more.

Films Reviews
Miracles from Heaven – Susan Granger
Bellissima — Paul Peralta
Batman v Superman —  João Pinto (Portugese)
Jodorowsky’s Dune — Dennis Schwartz
Eye in the Sky — Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat
I Saw the Light — Susan Granger
The Divergent Series: Allegiant — Frank Ochieng
God’s Not Dead 2 — Frank Ochieng
Suburra —  Hugo Gomes
SXSW Review: Jake Gyllenhaal Channels Palahniuk In Dark ‘Demolition’ – Kristy Puchko
Movie Review: ‘THE JUNGLE BOOK’ – Courtney Howard
REVIEW: THE BOSS Isn’t Very Boss – Courtney Howard
Everybody Wants Some!! — Frank Swietek
Hardcore Henry – Frank Swietek
The Invitation — Andry Crump
Demolition – Laura and Robin Clifford
The Boss — Frank Swietek
Vita Activa: The Spirit of Hannah Arendt – Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat
Everybody Wants Some!! — Brent McKnight
Everybody Wants Some!!: Still Dazed and Confused, Plus Hot and Bothered — Andrew Wyatt
Love & Mercy movie review: strange vibrations — MaryAnn Johanson
Tsai Time: AFTERNOON — Kenji Fujishima
Demolition — Kenji Fujishima
Look at Us Now, Mother! — Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat
Misconduct — Susan Granger
Born to be Blue — Susan Granger
I Saw the Light — Susan Granger

Interviews:
Spotlight Shines on Debbie Reynolds — Betty Jo Tucker

Editorials
A Study in Spielberg: Jaws (1975) – Jerry Roberts
A Study in Spielberg: Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977) — Jerry Roberts
The Maltese Falcon — Mark Hobin
The Road Trip Within: Jonathan Demme’s Something Wild —  Kenji Fujishima

Festival Reviews:
Indian Film Fest LA 2016 Review: ALIGARH, A Human Tragedy — Josh Hurtado

Lists:
FEATURE: TOP 10 MOVIE JUDGES — Frank Ochieng

OFCS Reviews, Interviews, and More (April 1)

Click on any title to read OFCS member reviews, interviews, and more.

New Releases:
Whiskey Tango Foxtrot
– Susan Granger
Eye in the Sky – Susan Granger
Kill Your Friends – Betty Jo Tucker
Standing Tall – Jose Solis
Martyrs – Rob Daniel
Batmanv v Superman: Dawn of Justice – Rob Daniel
Ki and Ka – Kathy Gibson
Everybody Wants Some!! – Laura Clifford
Sold – Maryann Johanson
Midnight Special – Mark Dujsik
The Island of the Day After – Donald Levit
Born to Be Blue – Mark Dujsik
10 Cloverfield Lane – Jared Mobarak

Repertory:
A Study in Spielberg: The Sugarland Express (1974) – Jerry Roberts
MINI-CRITICAS : BRUNA SURFISTINHA (2011), DREAM HOUSE (2011), WHAT’S YOUR NUMBER? (2011) – Hugo Gomes
A Study in Spielberg: Duel (1971) – Jerry Roberts
The Crying Game – Jared Mobarak

Interviews:
Interview: Director Tom Moore on His Lifelong Love of Trapeze, and the Legacy of ‘Grease’ – Jose Solis
Joe Manganiello Talks Playing Pee-wee’s Perfect Playmate in ‘Pee-wee’s Big Holiday – Kristy Puchko

 

From Our Members' Desks (Mar. 1, 2016)

OFCS members don’t just write film reviews. Here are several articles you might find interesting.

Best of Lists

Son of Saul tops Greek Film Critics’ best-of-year list

Joseph Proimakis @ Cineuropa.org

  • Excerpt: In what was dubbed Year of the Woman, we’ve come down to an Oscar race revolving around a single white male with a bear on his back. How did that happen?

Interviews

Joseph Fiennes on “Risen”

Nell Minow @ The Movie Mom

Niobe Thompson and Darren Fung on ‘The Great Human Odyssey’

Pat Mullen @ POV Magazine

  • Excerpt: The director and composer talk about taking their documentary from the small screen to epic live performance.

Rafi Pitts can’t stand the ignorance surround Green Card Soldiers

Joseph Proimakis @ Popaganda.gr [Greek]

  • Excerpt: A Berlinale regular, the Iranian born director discusses this year’s Competition entry Soy Nero, regarding Green Card Soldiers and the American Dream Act

Soy Nero – Rafi Pitts interview

Joseph Proimakis @ Cineuropa.org

  • Excerpt: Iranian director Rafi Pitts, who has screened his latest film, Soy Nero [+], at the Berlinale, sat down to discuss his return to the German gathering and some of the issues explored in his movie.

Tomasz Wasilweski – United States of Love interview

Joseph Proimakis @ Cineuropa.org

  • Excerpt: First-time Berlinale competitor Tomasz Wasilewski came to Berlin a newbie and left an award winner with United States of Love [+], his story of three women suffering emotional and nervous breakdowns in the aftermath of the Polish communist era, which earned him the Best Script Award.

Festivals: General Coverage

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From Our Members’ Desks (Mar. 1, 2016)

OFCS members don’t just write film reviews. Here are several articles you might find interesting.

Best of Lists

Son of Saul tops Greek Film Critics’ best-of-year list

Joseph Proimakis @ Cineuropa.org

  • Excerpt: In what was dubbed Year of the Woman, we’ve come down to an Oscar race revolving around a single white male with a bear on his back. How did that happen?

Interviews

Joseph Fiennes on “Risen”

Nell Minow @ The Movie Mom

Niobe Thompson and Darren Fung on ‘The Great Human Odyssey’

Pat Mullen @ POV Magazine

  • Excerpt: The director and composer talk about taking their documentary from the small screen to epic live performance.

Rafi Pitts can’t stand the ignorance surround Green Card Soldiers

Joseph Proimakis @ Popaganda.gr [Greek]

  • Excerpt: A Berlinale regular, the Iranian born director discusses this year’s Competition entry Soy Nero, regarding Green Card Soldiers and the American Dream Act

Soy Nero – Rafi Pitts interview

Joseph Proimakis @ Cineuropa.org

  • Excerpt: Iranian director Rafi Pitts, who has screened his latest film, Soy Nero [+], at the Berlinale, sat down to discuss his return to the German gathering and some of the issues explored in his movie.

Tomasz Wasilweski – United States of Love interview

Joseph Proimakis @ Cineuropa.org

  • Excerpt: First-time Berlinale competitor Tomasz Wasilewski came to Berlin a newbie and left an award winner with United States of Love [+], his story of three women suffering emotional and nervous breakdowns in the aftermath of the Polish communist era, which earned him the Best Script Award.

Festivals: General Coverage

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The OFCS Covers the Oscars

Every year, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences (AMPAS) announce their selections for the best achievements of 2015. This Sunday, AMPAS will give out its annual kudos and our members have each put together articles to celebrate the occasion. Below are all the links to our members’ work covering this event from predictions to commentary. Please enjoy!

2016 Oscar Predictions

Dustin Jansick @ Way Too Indie

2016 Oscars Preview

Kenji Fujishima @ Paste

The 2016 Oscar-Nominated Short Films

Jerry Roberts @ Armchair Cinema

  • Excerpt: As always, the Oscar nominated short films in both category are a mixture of the brilliant and the bizarre. Let’s take a look.

2016 Oscars: The Predictions

Steve Katz @ The Alpha Primitive

The 88th Academy Award predictions: the only list you’ll need

Jim Dixon @ Examiner.com

88th Oscars: Oscar Guy’s Final Thoughts

Wesley Lovell @ Cinema Sight

  • Excerpt: Where I share my final thoughts on this year’s potential Oscar winners (Goes live at 10am Central).

The Armchair Critic’s (fairly accuate) Oscar Predictions

Jerry Roberts @ Armchair Cinema

The Armchair Critic’s Annual (and confidently accurate) Oscar Predictions

Jerry Roberts @ Armchair Cinema

  • Excerpt: I think I have a pretty good track record, plus I’m also fairly confident that this year’s Oscars are so predictable that this won’t be too far off.

Breaking Down Oscar’s Production Design Nominees

David Upton @ The Film Experience

  • Excerpt: A closer look at this year’s Oscar nominees for Production Design.

Catching up with Oscar nominated films at home

Sean Axmaker @ Stream On Demand

  • Excerpt: The Academy Awards will be handed out on Sunday, February 28 in another star-studded, overproduced, self-congratulatory spectacle that we seem unable to resist. Are you caught up on the major nominees?

Checking Out the Oscar-Nominated Documentary Features

Alan Mattli @ Maximum Cinema [German]

  • Excerpt: A look at the strengths and weaknesses of the five Oscar nominees for Best Documentary Feature.

Cole Smithey’s 2016 Oscar Predictions

Cole Smithey @ ColeSmithey.com

  • Excerpt: [VIDEO ESSAY] Cole Smithey’s 2016 Oscar Predictions

Dealpool

Jerry Roberts @ Armchair Cinema

  • Excerpt: I knew Ryan Reynolds’ passion for this character, and everyone knows his decade-long struggle to get this movie made after Deadpool’s disastrous cinematic debut in X-Men Origins: Wolverine (there’s more than one reference to it). What I didn’t expect was how much I would come to care about this character and his plight. Deadpool’s dialogue is a ceaseless string of often explosively funny one-liners, though I can’t decide if my favorite is the line about Hugh Jackman, the zamboni, the fourth wall, Jared Fogal, or the derogatory slap at creator Rob Leifeld. Yet, I cared about what happened to him because I cared about the story of the man under the mask.

Favorite Oscar Moments from the Past

Betty Jo Tucker @ ReelTalk Movie Reviews

Final Oscar Predictions: ‘Fasten Your Seatbelts. It’s Going to Be a Bumpy Night’

Pat Mullen @ Cinemablographer

  • Excerpt: At the end of one of the toughest, ugliest award seasons ever, a look back at what was a really good year for movies.

Just How Annual Are The Annual Academy Awards?

Kimberly Gadette @ Doddle

  • Excerpt: Mad Max is facing annihilation … again.

Mis predicciones –

Francisco Cangiano @ CineXpress [Spanish]

Mis predicciones – Oscars 2016

Francisco Cangiano @ CineXpress [Spanish]

The Nightmare Gallery vs. The 88th Academy Awards

Daniel Lackey @ The Nightmare Gallery

  • Excerpt: It’s time to get ready for Hollywood’s whitest night—I mean brightest night—with yet another round of Oscar predictions!

No Concessions: My Oscar Ballot, 2016

Robert Cashill @ Popdose.com

  • Excerpt: My Oscar ballot for Sunday’s ceremony.

One Last Look at the Nominees

Dan Lybarger @ Just In Case It Matters

Oscar Nominations: Please Put All Complaints Into the Suggestion Box (So They Can Be Promptly Thrown Into the Garbage)

Candice Frederick @ Reel Talk Online

Oscar Predictions

Susan Granger @ www.susangranger.com

  • Excerpt: A dark cloud hangs over the Oscars this year…

Oscar Preview: Precursor Winners & Losers, Week 13

Wesley Lovell @ Cinema Sight

  • Excerpt: A look at the winners and losers of Precursor Week 13

Oscars 2016 Final Predictions

Pete Gkaris @ Movies Ltd. [Greek]

Oscars 2016 Preview: Best Foreign Language Film

C.J. Prince @ Way Too Indie

  • Excerpt: An overview of the films nominated for Best Foreign Language Film

Oscars: Where have all the women gone

Joseph Proimakis @ Popaganda.gr [Greek]

  • Excerpt: In what was dubbed Year of the Woman, we’ve come down to an Oscar race revolving around a single white male with a bear on his back. How did that happen?

Picking Winners At The 88th Annual Academy Awards

Jared Mobarak @ BuffaloVibe

  • Excerpt: Here’s hoping Chris Rock does his best Ricky Gervais as far as not caring about political correctness or duty to kissing up to the celebrities all dressed-up nice because having him host the 2016 Oscars ceremony amidst the whole #OscarsSoWhite controversy is an opportunity not to be squandered.

Picks and Predictions for the 88th Annual Academy Awards (aka, the 2016 Oscars)

Mark Dujsik @ Mark Reviews Movies (blog)

Previsão de Vencedores Dos Óscares – 1ª Parte

João Pinto @ Portal Cinema [Portuguese]

Previsão de Vencedores Dos Óscares – 2ª Parte

João Pinto @ Portal Cinema [Portuguese]

What We Learned from the Berlin Film Festival

C.J. Prince @ Way Too Indie

Will Win / Should Win: Breaking Down Oscar’s Best Feature Documentary Race

Pat Mullen @ POV Magazine

  • Excerpt: This year boast a field of five strong contenders.

Win your Oscar pool by getting to know the nominated Short Films

Tom Santilli @ Examiner.com

Your guide to the 2016 Academy Awards

Tom Santilli @ Examiner.com

From Our Members' Desks (Feb. 23, 2016)

OFCS members don’t just write film reviews. Here are several articles you might find interesting.

Best of Lists

The 10 Best Broad City YouTube Episodes

Kenji Fujishima @ Paste

Top 10 Movie Marriages Gone Bad

Frank Ochieng @ Critical Movie Critics

Awards Coverage

Memo to the Academy: For Your Consideration

Pat Mullen @ Cinemablographer

  • Excerpt: As voting deadlines loom, Oscar voters should consider ‘Spotlight’, ‘Carol’, ‘Youth’ and ‘What Happened, Miss Simone?’

Oscar Preview: Precursor Winners & Losers, Week 12

Wesley Lovell @ Cinema Sight

  • Excerpt: Looking at the winners and losers from Precursor Week 12

Interviews

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From Our Members’ Desks (Feb. 23, 2016)

OFCS members don’t just write film reviews. Here are several articles you might find interesting.

Best of Lists

The 10 Best Broad City YouTube Episodes

Kenji Fujishima @ Paste

Top 10 Movie Marriages Gone Bad

Frank Ochieng @ Critical Movie Critics

Awards Coverage

Memo to the Academy: For Your Consideration

Pat Mullen @ Cinemablographer

  • Excerpt: As voting deadlines loom, Oscar voters should consider ‘Spotlight’, ‘Carol’, ‘Youth’ and ‘What Happened, Miss Simone?’

Oscar Preview: Precursor Winners & Losers, Week 12

Wesley Lovell @ Cinema Sight

  • Excerpt: Looking at the winners and losers from Precursor Week 12

Interviews

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From Our Members' Desks (Feb. 16, 2016)

OFCS members don’t just write film reviews. Here are several articles you might find interesting.

Best of Lists

Top 14 Favorite Classic Movie Couples

Kristen Lopez @ Journeys in Classic Film

Awards Coverage

Top 14 Favorite Classic Movie Couples

Kristen Lopez @ Journeys in Classic Film

Interviews

Eli Roth and Lorenza Izzo – The Green Inferno

Stefan Pape @ HeyUGuys

Francis Gary Powers, Jr. on the Cold War and “Bridge of Spies”

Nell Minow @ The Movie Mom

Jack Huston and Douglas Booth

Stefan Pape @ HeyUGuys

Jim Whitaker on “The Finest Hours”

Nell Minow @ The Movie Mom

Justin Theroux – Zoolander 2

Stefan Pape @ HeyUGuys

Lily James and Bella Heathcote

Stefan Pape @ HeyUGuys

Luca Guadagnino – A Bigger Splash

Stefan Pape @ HeyUGuys

Nicholas Sparks on “The Choice”

Nell Minow @ The Movie Mom

Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick – Deadpool

Stefan Pape @ HeyUGuys

Thelma Todd Biographer Michelle Morgan

Nell Minow @ The Movie Mom

Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig – Zoolander 2

Stefan Pape @ HeyUGuys

Festivals: General Coverage

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From Our Members’ Desks (Feb. 16, 2016)

OFCS members don’t just write film reviews. Here are several articles you might find interesting.

Best of Lists

Top 14 Favorite Classic Movie Couples

Kristen Lopez @ Journeys in Classic Film

Awards Coverage

Top 14 Favorite Classic Movie Couples

Kristen Lopez @ Journeys in Classic Film

Interviews

Eli Roth and Lorenza Izzo – The Green Inferno

Stefan Pape @ HeyUGuys

Francis Gary Powers, Jr. on the Cold War and “Bridge of Spies”

Nell Minow @ The Movie Mom

Jack Huston and Douglas Booth

Stefan Pape @ HeyUGuys

Jim Whitaker on “The Finest Hours”

Nell Minow @ The Movie Mom

Justin Theroux – Zoolander 2

Stefan Pape @ HeyUGuys

Lily James and Bella Heathcote

Stefan Pape @ HeyUGuys

Luca Guadagnino – A Bigger Splash

Stefan Pape @ HeyUGuys

Nicholas Sparks on “The Choice”

Nell Minow @ The Movie Mom

Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick – Deadpool

Stefan Pape @ HeyUGuys

Thelma Todd Biographer Michelle Morgan

Nell Minow @ The Movie Mom

Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig – Zoolander 2

Stefan Pape @ HeyUGuys

Festivals: General Coverage

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From Our Members' Desks (Feb. 9, 2016)

OFCS members don’t just write film reviews. Here are several articles you might find interesting.

Best of Lists

List: 20 Underrated & Overlooked 21st Century Horror Movies

Ross Miller @ Thoughts On Film

  • Excerpt: I take a look at some great 21st century horror movies that you may not have seen/heard of.

A Most Violent Year

Diego Salgado @ Miradas de Cine [Spanish]

Sicario

Diego Salgado @ Miradas de Cine [Spanish]

Top 10 Sundance 2016

Nicholas Bell @ Ioncinema

Top Anticipated Sundance 2016

Nicholas Bell @ Ioncinema

Awards Coverage

List: 20 Underrated & Overlooked 21st Century Horror Movies

Ross Miller @ Thoughts On Film

  • Excerpt: I take a look at some great 21st century horror movies that you may not have seen/heard of.

A Most Violent Year

Diego Salgado @ Miradas de Cine [Spanish]

Sicario

Diego Salgado @ Miradas de Cine [Spanish]

Top 10 Sundance 2016

Nicholas Bell @ Ioncinema

Top Anticipated Sundance 2016

Nicholas Bell @ Ioncinema

Interviews

Interruption presents our future stars

Joseph Proimakis @ Popaganda.gr [Greek]

  • Excerpt: Apart from an engulfing cinematic experience, Giorgos Zois’ feature debut also offers a glimps in the country’s next big stars

Jim Whitaker, producer of “The Finest Hours”

Nell Minow @ The Movie Mom

Matt Charman, co-screenwriter of “Bridge of Spies”

Nell Minow @ The Movie Mom

Festivals: General Coverage

The Best and Worst of Sundance 2016, Documentary Edition

Jason Bailey @ Flavorwire

  • Excerpt: 2015 was a banner year for documentaries at the Sundance Film Festival (the slate included Going Clear, Best of Enemies, The Hunting Ground, and Listen to Me Marlon), so it was probably inevitable that this year would feel like a bit of a comedown – and while I wasn’t able to see anywhere near all of them (it’s just not possible!), there weren’t a lot of nonfiction films gathering buzz as knock-your-socks-off great. But those I saw were very good indeed, so here are a few to keep an eye out for in the weeks and months to come.

The Best and Worst of Sundance 2016, Narrative Edition

Jason Bailey @ Flavorwire

  • Excerpt: This year’s Sundance Film Festival seemed to get off to a rocky start; maybe it was programming and maybe it was poor choices, but I came out of the first couple of days wondering if it was just going to be a weird, off year, and nothing I was hearing from my colleagues seemed to indicate otherwise. But then a series of great movies unspooled, and we ended up with an embarrassment of riches.

Urgent Stories: The Africa World Film Festival at the Missouri History Museum

Andrew Wyatt @ St. Louis Magazine

  • Excerpt: The documentary side of African cinema will be the center of attention this weekend when the Missouri History Museum hosts the Ninth Annual Africa World Film Festival (AAWFF), a fitting kick-off for the city’s Black History Month events.

Festivals: Individual Reviews

The Birth of a Nation

Jason Bailey @ Flavorwire

  • Excerpt: The gifted actor, familiar from ‘Beyond the Lights,’ ‘Red Tails,’ and ‘Arbitrage,’ put everything on the line to make this dramatization of the 1831 slave revolt led by Nat Turner; he not only plays Turner, but wrote, directed, and produced the film as well. You can feel his blood pulsing through every frame of Birth of a Nation, a vital, stirring, and powerful film by and about people of color – and which arrives like a hand grenade in the midst of a deafeningly loud discussion about why that’s such a rarity in contemporary Hollywood.

Dustin Jansick @ Way Too Indie

Certain Women

Jason Bailey @ Flavorwire

  • Excerpt: There are no verbose emotional arias or chest-beating screaming matches. It’s a collection of the tiniest moments, which accumulate into a kind of devastation.

The Eagle Huntress

Dustin Jansick @ Way Too Indie

The Intervention

Jason Bailey @ Flavorwire

  • Excerpt: Comedy like this is all about characters, so the opening scenes are a bit on the bumpy side — understandably, as we’re getting to know these people and how they interact. But once these people are established, it’s just pinball; DuVall proves an adroit writer/director, creating durable group dynamics, situating and triangulating these characters off each other.

Joshy

Dustin Jansick @ Way Too Indie

The Land

Jason Bailey @ Flavorwire

Lo and Behold: Reveries of the Connected World

Jason Bailey @ Flavorwire

  • Excerpt: Lo and Behold’ isn’t top-shelf Herzog; it doesn’t have the majesty of ‘Cave of Forgotten Dreams,’ the sorrow of ‘Into the Abyss,’ or the power of ‘Grizzly Man.’ But it’s still Herzog, and that’s certainly worth celebrating.

Love & Friendship

Jason Bailey @ Flavorwire

  • Excerpt: Above all (and surely to the relief of those prone to resist costume drama) it’s just a very playful picture, with Stillman throwing in clever little touches like silent movie-style character intro cards and clever on-screen text to illustrate a letter-reading scene. And it’s a spry movie to boot, running barely over 90 minutes, as Stillman adopts a good, fast, almost proto-screwball style that retains (and even adds to) the various plot machinations and abundance of characters without getting bogged down in them.

Mapplethorpe: Look at the Pictures

Jason Bailey @ Flavorwire

  • Excerpt: If there’s a complaint to be made, it’s that the squareness of the format doesn’t allow much of a deep dive into what made (and makes) Mapplethorpe so interesting; they’re so busy covering the biographical bases that there’s precious little time to get analytical. But taking its confines into account, there’s much to recommend in ‘Mapplethorpe: Look at the Pictures.’

Operation Avalanche

Dustin Jansick @ Way Too Indie

White Girl

Dustin Jansick @ Way Too Indie

Wiener-Dog

Jason Bailey @ Flavorwire

  • Excerpt: And that’s the problem with Solondz these days, in a nutshell; he’s just spinning his wheels, continuing to tell the same stories in the same way, and expecting them to elicit the same response. He’s certainly not the first filmmaker to get stuck in a rut, or, if you’d like to put it more charitably, to stick with a particular style; the catch is that his absurd point-of-view was so specific to its late-‘90s moment that it now seems like a relic, a filmmaker trying his hardest to provoke us with his casual mentions of rape and AIDS, but just coming off desperate.

Essays

2015, a remake year

Diego Salgado @ Diagonal [Spanish]

Destroy All Monsters: Gay Or Straight, Finn/Poe Matters

Matt Brown @ TwitchFilm

Reviews of Short Films

Day One

Jennie Kermode @ Eye For Film

The Present

Paulo Peralta @ CinEuphoria [Portuguese]

  • Excerpt: German Short Animated Film Review

Sanjay’s Super Team

Jennie Kermode @ Eye For Film

We Can’t Live Without Cosmos

Jennie Kermode @ Eye For Film

Xico+Xana

Paulo Peralta @ CinEuphoria [Portuguese]

  • Excerpt: Portuguese-Austrian Short Film Review

Other Articles

China Doll

Robert Cashill @ Popdose.com

  • Excerpt: Al Pacino in David Mamet’s new play.

Film Love Songs, Snow White and Book Giveaway

Betty Jo Tucker @ Movie Addict Headquarters

  • Excerpt: During this fun podcast, A.J. Hakari raves about new Snow White Blu-ray, and Betty Jo Tucker plays film love songs. Giveaway plans for a Kindle E-book romance are also explained.

The Morning After: Feb. 1, 2016

Wesley Lovell @ Cinema Sight

  • Excerpt: Short review of “Kung Fu Panda 3”

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