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Author Archives: Film School Rejects

Movie Review: Black Book

Paul Verhoeven’s years in Hollywood were always either about action or about provocatively pretty women. Read More »

Movie Review: Letters from Iwo Jima

The Academy got it right this time. Flags deserved to be left off, and Iwo Jima deserved the nod. Read More »

Movie Review: Apocalypto

Mel Gibson has had an interesting year in his public life, but with Apocalypto, people may now turn their attention back to his filmmaking. Read More »

Movie Review: Casino Royale

Bond is back. And in many ways he never left. Wait, no, that's not true. Bond has been gone a long time... Read More »

Movie Review: Babel

Alejandro González Iñárritu gives us a tale woven of several other smaller tales. Read More »

Movie Review: Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny

It’s either love or hate for the D, and movie-goers won’t be able to know which side they’re on until they pay their ten bucks for a seat. Read More »

Interview: James Bradley

Film School Reject Brian Gibson sits and talks with the author of Flags of Our Fathers. Read More »

Movie Review: Death of a President

What if Dick Cheney was in charge? Yeah, we'd move to Canada, too. Read More »

Movie Review: Flushed Away

Another charming animated flick with big names behind the voices. Will it ever end? Read More »

Movie Review: Babel

A star-studded affair that addresses prejudices in our society and how they can sometimes cause people's paths to collide. Sound familiar? Read More »