Author: Jason1107

Sleuth (2007)

Not since Mike Nichols’ Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? has the screen been graced with such a duel between acting talents, even from the first version of Sleuth where Michael Caine ironically plays his opposing lead now. The...

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Constantine’s Sword (2007)

A documentary of engrossing significance and presentation, under Oren Jacoby’s able direction, Constantine’s Sword, does exceeding justice to autobiographical pursuits of ex-priest, James Carroll as he travels the...

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Pola X (1999)

As with most anything involving close historical referencing or the creative arts, Wikipedia characteristically misses the boat with its comments regarding the significance and interpretation of Leo Carax’s Pola X. Not even able...

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Twilight (2008)

(In answer to a request from a most appealing young lady, Samantha) In a tradition almost begun by Anne Rice, and under the able direction of another lady, Catherine Hardwicke, Twilight administers to that ages-old yearning,...

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