“Legend” (1985): Less than a Fable, More of a Tale – Or an Anecdote (Review)
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“Legend” (1985): Less than a Fable, More of a Tale – Or an Anecdote (Review)

Legend is an original (in relative terms) cinematic dark fantasy fairy tale from Ridley Scott. It’s the film that Scott made following Blade Runner, arguably…

“Maleficent” (2014): I knoooow yoooouu… (Review)
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“Maleficent” (2014): I knoooow yoooouu… (Review)

First, I’m not thrilled with the live-action remake of animated classics trend, most notably Disney classics. I’m warning you now that Cinderella comes out next…

“Love Liza” (2002): Grown Men Sniff Gasoline Too (Review)
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“Love Liza” (2002): Grown Men Sniff Gasoline Too (Review)

To honor Philip Seymour Hoffman we’re taking a look back at his career and review some of the films he appeared in. In Love Liza,…

“The Lego Movie” (2014): Everything Is Awesome (Review)
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“The Lego Movie” (2014): Everything Is Awesome (Review)

Wow. After a long month of January with the only good movies available being the ones still hanging around from last year, 2014 finally has…

“Labor Day” (2013): Thank You For Trying (Review)
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“Labor Day” (2013): Thank You For Trying (Review)

Nothing is more frustrating than when one of the most interesting voices in the business can’t seem to find something to say. Jason Reitman (and…

RIFF Review: The Lunchbox

The Lunchbox, by Ritesh Batra, is a small film set in a large, populated place. It centers on a lunch-related misunderstanding as Saajan (Irrfan Khan)…

RIFF Review: Love, Marilyn

Love, Marilyn is a mosaic of the legendary actress, assembled from newly uncovered diaries, along with older biographies, interviews, first-hand accounts and letters from various…

Film Review: The Lone Ranger

How difficult is it to reinvent a classic in a world where cynicism and a quest to be overtly sophisticated have become the rule? Extremely….

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