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SXSW Film Review: Manglehorn

“You get one shot at life. Try not to miss.” That’s the tagline of David Gordon Green’s latest film, Manglehorn, and an apt summation of the soggy story inside. 778 more words

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My Top 10 Films of 2014

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The Grand Budapest Hotel  (★★★★)

Written/directed by Wes Anderson

A re-telling of Austrian author Stefan Zweig’s writings, wrapped inside of a vibrant, colorful homage to a wide array of classic films, particularly early screwball comedies of the 1930s and ‘40s, “The Grand Budapest Hotel” is the best and funniest movie I’ve seen this year, and easily the most assured, fully realized and entertaining work writer/director Wes Anderson (“The Fantastic Mr. 1,945 more words

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Joe (2013)

There’s a movie called Bob and the Trees that premiered at Sundance last month. It’s about a guy named Bob, and it’s about some trees. Bob’s a logger in rural Massachusetts, and when winter sets in he starts encountering problems. 903 more words

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JOE (2013)

Director of Photography: Tim Orr

Director: David Gordon Green

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Joe: David Gordon Green Goes Back to His Roots

Joe is the type of film where you can smell the booze and feel every punch. It is atmospheric, grimy and knows exactly what it is. 548 more words

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A Weekend for Bromance

     “The Wedding Ringer” is Hollywood’s attempt to co-opt the traditional wedding comedy by way of the bromance. Instead of a romance where groom-to-be and bride-to-be endure a series of hijinks on their way to rekindling why they’re getting married in the first place, the opposite is at play here. 620 more words

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Film Favorites: George Washington

Its not a new point to discuss David Gordon Green’s sellout hackwork middle career stage, but his recent “return to his roots” phase is fresher still and only recently of this Earth; thus, it provides a far more welcome object of inquiry. 1,251 more words

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