Month: September 2014

Review of: The Trip to Italy

  I am always very careful during my reviews to not spoil the movie by revealing too much of the plot. With The Trip to Italy I do not have to worry. There is barely enough plot to spread on a piece of bruschetta. But that is just fine because this film is a delightful […]

Review of: This Is Where I Leave You

    I have a theory about families. Every family is dysfunctional. It’s just a matter to what degree. And when it comes to the Altmans in Sean Levy’s movie This Is Where I Leave You the dysfunction is up there a bit. Let me summarize the family and their stresses/dysfunctions for you. Hillary (Jane […]

Guest Review by Daniel of: ’71

This year I was fortunate enough to attend the 41st annual Telluride Film Festival. At the festival I saw my fair share of outstanding films (Foxcatcher, Birdman, etc.) one movie reached me in a more profound way: Yann Demange’s ’71.   Perhaps I should preface this review by mentioning that I come (at least in […]