Monthly Archives: April 2013
I could’ve been reviewing Michael Bay’s Pain and Gain (Which I hear is actually really insane and fun), but noooooo, I have to review this dull turd instead. My review of Arthur Newman, starring Colin Firth and the (always awesome, thankfully) Emily Blunt. Link here.
Here’s another Movie Mezzanine review for ya: Shane Carruth’s long-awaited follow-up to Primer has finally come out and it’s a breathtaking piece of cinema. My thoughts on Upstream Color. Click this link to read.
How do I even find the time to review all these films for Movie Mezzanine. Here’s me reviewing Danny Boyle’s Trance! Not revolutionary, but it’s a ton of fun! Link here.
My latest review is also technically the end of my Terrence Malick Retrospective on Movie Mezzanine. Malick takes us on a journey To the Wonder. Click here to read the review.
5000 words is a lot for a single article. It’s still not enough to properly express just how masterful Malick’s The Tree of Life is. The Retrospective concludes! Click this link to read over at Movie Mezzanine.
On the next Malick Retrospective, we take a journey to a New World. Read my analysis of The New World over at Movie Mezzanine.
The Retrospective continues with Malick’s anti-war epic The Thin Red Line, over at Movie Mezzanine. Click here to read.
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