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On Film, Literature, and Politics

Are the Oscar nominated-films relevant to today's world? Read More »

Movie Review: Dan in Real Life

A humorous look at family and love and self-worth. Read More »

Movie Review: La Vie en Rose

A fascinating cautionary tale of love, dreams, excesses and tragedies. Read More »

Movie Review: Ratatouille

You will be wowed by the quality of the animation and the lighthearted story about love, friendship, and food. Read More »

Movie Review: Premonition

Probably should wait for this on Netflix. Read More »

Movie Review: 300

A spectacle that will appeal to fans of graphic novels and fantasy. Read More »

Ray Wong’s Annual Oscar Predictions

I have to admit, I don't think 2006 was a stellar year for films. Read More »

Movie Review: Dreamgirls

Entertaining and crowd-pleasing. Read More »

Movie Review: Stranger Than Fiction

Cliches let us in on the inside jokes in this cautionary fairytale. Read More »

Movie Review: Borat!: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan

You won't be disappointed with this hilarious, raunchy, rowdy comedy Read More »