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La moustache movie review

La moustache (2005) [Review]

La Moustache follows the character Marc (Vincent Lindon), who at the very beginning of the film asks his wife (Emmanuelle Devos) what she would think if he shaves his defining mustache. She doesn’t approve the idea, but Marc’s desire to try something different with his life takes over. As Marc shaves his mustache, the camera...READ MORE
Croupier movie review

Croupier (1998) [Review]

Croupier is a stylish and and slick character study from director Mike Hodges which is composed of two narratives laid on top of each other, often times leaving us unsure of where one stops and the other begins. Our main character Jack, a writer, is always quick to say he never gambles, but ironically his...READ MORE
The Good the Bad and the Ugly La Boca poster

New The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Poster celebrates remastered release

Famed UK design house La Boca has partnered with 20th Century Fox and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer to release a brand new poster for the 1966 Western classic, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. The new poster release is in celebration of the MGM’s 90th anniversary. The celebration is also in conjunction with a new remastered Blu-ray edition of The...READ MORE
Hide and Seek 2013 movie review

Hide and Seek (2013) [Review]

aka Sum-bakk-og-jil Hide and Seek is the latest DVD release from RAM Releasing (a branch of the awesome Film Movement). The film is written and directed by first-time South Korean director Huh Jung. The story follows Sung-soo (Hyeon-ju Son) as a successful family man, with a wife, two kids, and a luxury and secure apartment in...READ MORE
Naploeon Dynamite 10th Anniversary Blu-ray Review

Napoleon Dynamite 10th Anniversary Edition [Blu-ray Review]

Napoleon Dynamite: some call it the voice of an awkward, retro-loving generation, while others simply call it bogus nonsense. I tend to fall in the former category. The film definitely stands out, and while I can see why people don’t “get it,” I think that it’s firmly planted a place in cinematic history. I was...READ MORE
Geography Club movie review

Geography Club (2014) [Review]

High school-based movies are pretty common these days, so it’s not often one comes by that really sets itself apart. In Geography Club, its characters struggle not only to get through high school unscathed but also they attempt to find themselves. The premise of this teen drama seems to offer perhaps something more than the...READ MORE
Alien Boy movie review

Alien Boy: The Life and Death of James Chasse (2014) [Review]

Who was James Chasse? That was a question I asked myself upon receiving this documentary film chronicling the life and untimely and tragic death of the larger than life individual. As it turns out, James was not only a well liked man around his hometown of Portland, Oregon, but his death sparked public outcry after...READ MORE