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A Boy And His . . . Cat (Film Review: “A Street Cat Named Bob”)

An inspiring, fact-based story of two stray souls who save each other at the tail end of their 9th lives. Purring with heart, this film will convert even the most fervent dog people out there. Continue Reading →


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Blood Brothers (Film Review: “What We Do in the Shadows”)

New Zealand’s mashup of Big Brother-Meets-Dark Shadows-Meets-Twilight. A genre teasing vampire movie that is one bloody good time. Continue Reading →


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Nordic Noir Goes West (Film Review: “The Salvation”)

Mads Mikkelsen and Eva Green reunite in a gripping Danish homage to the Hollywood Western which – built on Revenge – rings both silent and furious. Continue Reading →


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The Reluctant Partner (Film Review: “Me, Myself and Her”)

An intelligent, character-driven film about a middle-aged same-sex couple in the Eternal City in which one partner may not be playing for keeps. Continue Reading →


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Frozen in Translation (Film Review: “Journey to Greenland”)

Two Frenchmen, a remote village on the arctic ice, polar bears and seal eyes, and family redefined make up the gentle and genial Journey to Greenland. Continue Reading →


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Not My Daughter Too (Movie Review: “Dukhtar”)

A stirring drama from Pakistan about a mother’s desperate mission to protect her young daughter from a tribal marriage at age ten. And no, this is not a period piece; it’s today. Continue Reading →


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The Fury of the Fjord (Film Review: “The Wave”)

The Wave transforms scientific probability data into a naturalistic nightmare as only Nordic Cinema could imagine. Continue Reading →