Sunday, March 25, 2012
The Hunger Games
The plot synopsis of teens in a futuristic fight to the death does not make The Hunger Games sound very appealing. But the strength of the story and performances make this a futuristic adventure film worth seeing. Brutal and a bit bizarre, it is a solid start to this film series.
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Labels: adventure, drama, Showcase Wwk, thrillers
Saturday, March 24, 2012
We Need to Talk About Kevin
The disturbing events in We Need to Talk About Kevin are a parent's nightmare. Kevin is unruly from birth. We watch his Mother struggle to love him and deal with his outrageous behavior. This film is painful and disturbing, but a powerful drama.
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Labels: drama, Olde Mystic Cinemas
Friday, March 23, 2012
An altercation between two kids, brings their parents together in Carnage. What starts out as a civilized problem solving session, deteriorates to a volatile feud fueled by anger and alcohol. The dialogue and performances are enthralling. I really liked this film.
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Saturday, March 17, 2012
Jeff, Who Lives at Home
In one day, Jeff, Who Lives at Home follows the signs he needs to find his purpose. I thought this film was a poignant statement on being in the right place at the right time in so many ways. Well written with great performances. Worth a look.
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Labels: comedy, drama, Providence Place 16
Sunday, March 11, 2012
Inside a house, a young girl hears noises and is terrified. Silent House is a thriller that works with suspense and what you don't see. Where is the threat? What causes the fear? Learning where the monsters are is the most frightening. Good thriller.
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Labels: horror, Showcase Wwk, thrillers
Saturday, March 10, 2012
The Skin I Live In
Science fiction meets horror in The Skin I Live In. Modern technology mixed with old architecture creates a mood of elegance and peril. Revenge is creative if you are a plastic surgeon. This thriller/horror flick is a crazy ride I really liked.
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Friday, March 09, 2012
The environmental message in Dr. Seuss' The Lorax gets a little extra zip in the big screen adaptation. An an expanded story line brings a bit of peril and adventure for older viewers. The animation and music will please the younger audience. I'm happy to have shared this one with my Grandson.
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Labels: animated, Clifton AMC, family
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