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The 7th AFI SILVERDOCS Documentary Film Festival was one of its best -not so much because it presented a multitude of sure fire hits, but because of its consistency of quality produced documentaries. The 122 selected films from 58 countries … Continue reading
Director Kathryn Bigelow’s latest endeavor “The Hurt Locker” begins with a quote from New York Times correspondent Chris Hedges that sets the tone of this film “that war is a drug” and that for certain individuals, the adrenaline rush of … Continue reading
Director Larry Charles’ Bruno continues the mad escapades we expect from guerilla comic Sasha Baron Cohen. It is the most pointed attack on homophobia ever produced. With a talking penis that gyrates, multiple dildos and even a session of anal … Continue reading
Cinevegas#11 maintained its legacy for showcasing experimental, cutting-edge cinema with a leaner and more compact festival this year than ever before. To paraphrase Oscar Wilde “brevity is the essence of wit” and the new six day model was in … Continue reading
Director Mike Bay takes the tent pole, franchise concept to a new level of testosterone fueled excitement with this follow-up to the 700 million dollar grossing original blockbuster.
“Hangover” is the ultimate Vegas bromance that will satisfy your craving for a cotton-candy-like movie experience. It is a slapstick affair from Todd Phillips and the team that brought you Old School, except this time starring Ed Helms, Zach … Continue reading