November 13, 2015 · 9:00 AM
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(0:00) Writing’s On the Wall by Sam Smith (Spectre Theme)
(8:12) Life is Strange
(24:28) Lara Craft GO
(44:00) Miscellaneous TV Talk
(46:06) The Forbidden Room
(1:09:54) Brief Anomalisa Impressions
(1:11:59) Steve Jobs
(2:06:26) Coming Soon to Theaters…
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November 15, 2013 · 12:12 PM
I was sadly only able to see one film at the AFI Film Festival, but boy did I pick a good one. I review Ari Folman’s follow-up to Waltz With Bashir, the beautiful, beguiling, disorienting The Congress, which stars Robin Wright as… Robin Wright. Click here to read the full review from the fest.
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