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Film Review: David Lynch: The Art Life
If you want any real answers to questions about this cryptic, creative filmmaker, you’re advised to seek other sources for information, because you are virtually supplied with nothing here.
Film Review: Mean Dreams
“We’re inventing the wheel!” should have been the motto of the team which put forth this dreary, predictable saga of challenged young lovers on the run.
Figure from the Past: Francois Ozon’s ‘Frantz’ plumbs a World War I mystery
François Ozon’s 'Frantz,' from Music Box Films, is a definite departure for this maker of gleamingly taut modern dramas and thrillers.
Film Review: A Very Sordid Wedding
If you liked the original, the overdue sequel to 'Sordid Lives' will both delight you and warm your ever-lovin’ heart.
Film Review: The Ottoman Lieutenant
Set against a World War I background in the Middle East and dealing with the Christian-Muslim conflict, this wannabe sweeping saga should be both deeply relevant and exciting. It is neither.
Film Review: Fair Haven
The chance, especially in these newly troubled days, to address an important, disturbing subject—sexual-conversion therapy—is completely blown by bad writing and direction.
Film Review: The Freedom to Marry
Involving, deeply stirring doc about a modern crusader who helped change the face of a nation.
Film Review: Kings, Queens & In-Betweens
A spirited and inspiriting documentary investigation into the cross-dressing community of, of all places, Columbus, Ohio.
Film Review: Burlesque: Heart of the Glitter Tribe
This viewer has never really gotten modern-day burlesque, and I’m afraid this doc does little to change my mind.
Film Review: Before I Fall
Emo 'Groundhog Day,' strictly recommended for the more morose millennial set.
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