September 23, 2014 · 9:00 AM
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(0:00) Forever Young by Robin Wright (The Congress OST)
(14:16) Destiny Post-Mortem
(22:55) D4: Dark Dreams Don’t Die
(53:10) Black Jesus
(1:08:17) Alex Geeks Out About Moral Orel
(1:18:23) This Is Where I Leave You
(1:30:37) A Walk Among the Tombstones
(1:40:47) The Congress
(2:08:32) Coming Soon to Theaters…
(2:17:18) Coming Soon to Games…
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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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