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  • ANNIE

    “Tomorrow” seemed like an eternity away, not just a day, watching this bastardized version of Americ...

  • EXODUS: GODS AND KINGS

    EXODUS: GODS AND KINGS

    Cecil B. DeMille’s  1956 “The Ten Commandments” still shimmers as one of the most iconic films of al...

  • ACTION JACKSON (HINDI: ENGLISH SUBTITLES)

    ACTION JACKSON (HINDI: ENGLISH SUBTITLES)

    Woefully, for the first twenty minutes of this abused Bollywood theme (saviors vs villains) my impul...

  • WILD

    In 1977 Robyn Davidson trekked 1,700  miles across Australian desserts; she lionized her pilgrimage ...

  • NATIONAL GALLERY

    Frederick Wiseman’s masterpiece takes place over three hours in the hallowed halls, galleries of one...

  • THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING

    It is refreshingly restorative watching a man withering physically, soaring intellectually. Eddie Re...

  • ROSEWATER

    ROSEWATER

    Jon Stewart (“The Daily Show”) depicts a remarkable, somewhat fictionalized, tale of one man’s “red ...

  • FOXCATCHER

    FOXCATCHER

    In the profoundly silent first moments of the film we watch a solitary wrestler in a balletic perfor...

  • MOCKINGJAY PART 1

    MOCKINGJAY PART 1

    Knowing that audiences were to be served only a portion of the third book in Suzanne Collins’s “Hung...

  • PENEFLIX ON VACATION (RETURNING NOVEMBER 17TH; WITH A REVIEW ON THE 20TH)

    PENEFLIX ON VACATION (RETURNING NOVEMBER 17TH; WITH A REVIEW ON THE 20TH)

    In the meantime here are a few previously not reviewed, but worth a watch in the theatres or On Dema...

  • NIGHTCRAWLER

    NIGHTCRAWLER

    “Lou Bloom” is one creepy, amoral, conscienceless character and Jake Gyllenhaal is stratospheric in ...

  • ST.VINCENT

    ST.VINCENT

    Manipulative, melodramatic, simultaneously marvelous; a film that delivers warm, fuzzy, chuckling, s...

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