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SXSW: Movie Review – ‘Manglehorn’ – Al Pacino, Holly Hunter, and a Cat


Most movies are the merging of technology and short stories, novels or sagas. Manglehorn is technology merged with a poem. It is the story of a locksmith who has lost the love of his life because of something he has done and lives in self-imposed isolation. Manglehorn has constructed a cocoon of memories and fantasies, keeping his son, a former protégé, and the hope of new love at arm’s length. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘George Washington’ – The Criterion Collection

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The ambitious feature-film debut from director David Gordon Green remains thought-provoking, if unfocused. Read More »

DVD Review: The Sitter – “Totally Irresponsible” Edition

The raunchy comedy produced by Jonah Hill is now available on DVD. Read More »

Movie Preview: April 2011

Before we're blasted into the Summer movie season, here's what's headed our way first. Read More »