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News Archives for Oct 21, 2013

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Movie Review: 'All is Lost'

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What floats your boat? Do you like your movies with dialogue, multiple characters, complex story lines - you know, stuff? Or can a film without the benefit of such things fill your sails? J.C. Chandor's second film, "All Is Lost," starring Robert Redford, is typically characterized by what it isn't. There's little in the way of backstory. There's only one character. And he generally doesn't talk. There is a man at sea, an old man. And that is about it. Hemingway's tale is a garish soap opera by comparison. We know little about our unnamed man (Redford). We're informed that he's located 1700 nautical miles from Indonesia's Sumatra Strai... more

Movie Review: 'Carrie'

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When Brian De Palma adapted Stephen King's novel "Carrie" for film in 1976, he turned the simple story of a bullied teenage girl with telekinetic powers into a dreamy pop-horror fantasia _ a lush, operatic fright show that grooved on its excesses. De Palma threw everything into the movie: split screens; slow motion; cartoonish humor; shameless sentimentality; a merciless sense of justice. The film made you laugh as much as it scared you. Often, it did both at the same time. De Palma's "Carrie" became so iconic that it remains fresh and vital 37 years later - practically an eternity in Hollywood time - and casts an imposing shadow over the... more

Movie Review: 'Escape Plan'

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"Escape Plan" doesn't aim high, but it delivers, providing the brute force entertainment values we expect from B movies. It reunites "Expendables" co-stars Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger, this time in full-on leading roles. It would have been nice if this musclehead matchup had come 30 years earlier, with both stars at the peak of their powers, but better late than never. Stallone plays Ray Breslin, a security expert who tests prisons by entering incognito as an inmate and breaking out. The CIA hires him to infiltrate a top-secret, inescapable pen holding the world's worst miscreants. But when he arrives he finds that he's b... more

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