“The Theory of Everything” (2014): Biopic By The Numbers… (Review)
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“The Theory of Everything” (2014): Biopic By The Numbers… (Review)

It’s as compassionate and life-affirming a tale we as a species can refer to. The story of Stephen Hawking is one of incomparable perseverance and…

“The Tribe” (2014): Hear No Evil, See Much Evil (Review)
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“The Tribe” (2014): Hear No Evil, See Much Evil (Review)

The Ukrainian film The Tribe by director Miroslav Slaboshpitsky may be the first of its kind: a film whose dialogue consists entirely of sign language. It has no…

“This is Where I Leave You” (2014): Brotherly Love and Cheating Whores (Review)
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“This is Where I Leave You” (2014): Brotherly Love and Cheating Whores (Review)

A dysfunctional family in a movie is nothing new. Every holiday sees a slew of films featuring families that come together for Christmas or Thanksgiving,…

“Tideland” (2005): A Fable for Your Inner Child (Review)
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“Tideland” (2005): A Fable for Your Inner Child (Review)

From what we have been told by the media and by most of society at large is that children are victims, who must be kept…

“Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” (2014): Ordinary Generic Blockbuster Movie (Review)
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“Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” (2014): Ordinary Generic Blockbuster Movie (Review)

What with seemingly almost every known cinematic property known to man being rebooted, remade, rebirthed, regurgitated and repossessed these days it was bound to happen…

Double Team Review: Vivek & Colin Deconstruct Michael Bay and “Transformers: Age of Extinction” (2014)
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Double Team Review: Vivek & Colin Deconstruct Michael Bay and “Transformers: Age of Extinction” (2014)

V: I’m still relatively new to the practice of film & TV criticism, and while I have obviously become more generally critical in the process…

Tracks (2014): Looks Can Be Deceiving (Review)
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Tracks (2014): Looks Can Be Deceiving (Review)

  Based on the memoir written by Robyn Davidson of the same title. “Tracks” chronicles the nine-month, 1,700 mile trek Davidson undertook travelling from the…

“The Trip to Italy” (2014): A Justified Second Helping (Review)
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“The Trip to Italy” (2014): A Justified Second Helping (Review)

Film, in general, is comprised totally of human efforts, including all our emotions and imperfections. Whether it be physically on screen or behind it functioning…

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