Snapshots

Brief comments on film by Amy. Some old, some new.  Domestic films and foreign too. La La Land — I spent months avoiding conversation in which people were even casually referencing this movie because Jim and I missed seeing it … Continued

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Snapshots

Brief comments on film by Amy. Some old, some new.  Domestic films and foreign too. Hacksaw Ridge — Jim and I made the unfortunate decision to watch this movie as part of a double date with friends. The company was … Continued

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The Best and Worst of 2016

It’s been another exciting year, and we want to thank you all for reading and, if applicable, posting comments on our blog. Once again, we would like to close out the year with some summary remarks about good and bad stuff … Continued

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The Best and Worst of 2015

It’s been another exciting year, and we want to thank you all for reading and, if applicable, posting comments on our blog. Once again, we would like to close out the year with some summary remarks about good and bad stuff … Continued

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Snapshots

Brief comments on film by Amy. Some old, some new.  Domestic films and foreign too. Boyhood — I forced Jim to take a break from all his kitchen renovating and watch this one with me. We both considered it time … Continued

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The Best and Worst of 2014

It’s been another exciting year, and we want to thank you all for reading and, if applicable, posting comments on our blog. Once again, we would like to close out the year with some summary remarks about good and bad stuff … Continued

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A Buster Keaton Starter Kit

I’m a huge Buster Keaton fan.  He’s one of the three “B” cultural loves of my life, the others being baseball and the Beatles.  I consider Keaton to be the greatest talent in film history (since he was a superb … Continued

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Gone Girl: A Film Review

As Amy mentioned in the previous post, the Gone Girl novel was a gripping ride, even if it wasn’t high quality literature.  I would say something similar about the film—gripping but, on the whole, not a strong film.  Director David … Continued

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