Review: Tulpan

Sergei Dvortsevoy makes his narrative feature debut out of Kazakhstan is an interesting look into a sheep herder’s life and the battle between the young and old school’s of thought in society in the country. The film opens with the attempted arrangement of Asa, a young soldier looking for a start to his new life, […]

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09 – The Half Way Point

09 The Year So Far… So how are we doing in the great land of movies in this year now half gone? We have a couple of great movies, quite a few good ones, and even an instant classic on our hands. The summer season is turning out a fairly positive product so far this […]

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Review: Whatever Works

Woody Allen returns from Europe and heads right back to New York City in this “classic Allen” tale that allows Larry David to be exposed to a bigger audience then HBO for the hilarious and brilliant man that he is. Boris Yellnikoff is a genius, a self proclaimed genius at that, and was once almost […]

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Review: Food, Inc.

The latest documentary to come around to educate us about what we eat is more of a call for regulation mixed with education on the subsidizing and corporate environment of our food in this country and it does it entertainingly without grossing you out. Our guides for this education lesson are a pair of prominent […]

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