Celeste & Jesse Forever

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FILM REVIEW By B. Michael Rubin Actors often complain that there aren’t enough good movies being written. If you want to be a working actor or actress in Hollywood, you must sometimes accept roles in mediocre movies and TV shows. Actors believe they could write better movie scripts than the ones they are given for auditions. However, very few More...

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On March 22, 2013
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The Angels’ Share

FILM REVIEW By B. Michael Rubin British film director Ken Loach has made nearly 50 films in his career, yet his name is not familiar to most people. His lack of fame, however, is not due to a lack of talent. Rather, More...

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On March 11, 2013
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Hitchcock

FILM REVIEW By B. Michael Rubin Throughout his career of 125 films, Oscar winner Anthony Hopkins has played every imaginable character from the psycho-killer Hannibal Lecter to American President Richard Nixon. More...

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On February 26, 2013
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Beasts of the Southern Wild

  FILM REVIEW By B. Michael Rubin Beasts of the Southern Wild is not an easy movie to watch or understand, but it’s easy to enjoy. Thanks to its unique narrative structure, organized around the internal thoughts More...

Ben Affleck
On February 24, 2013
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Argo

  OSCAR WINNER By B. Michael Rubin If true stories about undercover spies in the CIA and American foreign policy mistakes are of interest, you’re going to enjoy the  film, Argo. Clearly, Hollywood loved More...

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On February 12, 2013
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Lincoln

FILM REVIEW By B. Michael Rubin Steven Spielberg has directed almost every type of film — from science fiction to World War II — and won three Oscars during the process. Now he’s taken on the American More...

Rachel McAdams
On February 9, 2013
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State of Play

DVD REVIEW By B. Michael Rubin If beautiful actresses standing around doing nothing are your idea of a good film, then you won’t like State of Play. There are few action movies that require audiences to More...

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On January 22, 2013
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The Impossible

FILM REVIEW By B. Michael Rubin Australian beauty Naomi Watts does the impossible in her new film, The Impossible, turning a tragedy into a triumph. The tragedy took place on December 26, 2004. It was the third More...

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On December 28, 2012
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Seeking a Friend for the End of the World

  DVD REVIEW  By B. Michael Rubin With December 21 safely behind us and summer fun at the beach ahead, this may be the wrong time to see a film about the end of the world. However, the unique pleasure of this More...

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On December 27, 2012
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James Bond in Skyfall

FILM REVIEW By B. Michael Rubin Bond — James Bond — is back. Daniel Craig returns in the latest incarnation of the British Secret Service Agent for his third Bond film. Returning also in Skyfall is Judi More...