Monthly Archives: January 2012

The Guard

Ambiguity inherently makes things more mysterious and a bit more interesting to watch and The Guard is full of it. Gerry Boyle, played deadpan by Brendan Gleeson, is a protagonist that some people would have a difficult time getting behind, … Continue reading

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Top Ten Films of 2011

Top ten lists are a tricky business. It is such a subjective list when it comes to best of’s. These are my ten favorite films of 2011. The films that I am drawn to are ones that speak to the … Continue reading

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The Artist

The Artist, Michel Hazanaviscius’ new silent film about an actor struggling to adapt to talkies (movies with sound), is a solid effort, but not worthy of all the awards and praise that it has been getting. The novelty of watching … Continue reading

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