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LA Film Fest: Dude, It’s a Dude-omongus Fest


Two films at the Los Angeles Film Festival, June 10-18, explored the Dude weltanschauung to bring us all closer to a profound understanding of the essence of dudeness. (Dude, that was heavy.) 'Flock of Dudes' looks at what happens when you put off becoming your father for too long. 'Dude Bro Party Massacre III' suggests that maybe dudeness could be a topic for satire. Read More »

Movie Review: “The Iceman” (2012)


Ultimately, The Iceman falls short of the kind of mob epic it clearly has aspirations of being but the offbeat supporting cast and towering turn from Shannon enliven an otherwise by-the-numbers crime picture. Read More »

Blu-Ray Review: The Ultimate Gangsters Collection: Contemporary (Mean Streets/ The Untouchables/ GoodFellas/ Heat/ The Departed


One of the most durable genres in the history of film is the so-called “gangster” flick. They have been with us since (at least) D.W. Griffith’s The Musketeers of Pig Alley (1912), and will probably be around forever. Although all of the major studios have produced these types of pictures, one has been particularly associated with the form. That studio ... Read More »

Movie Review: The Iceman

Michael Shannon at his very best. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: All Things Fall Apart

The only impressive aspect was 50 Cent's dramatic weight loss to play a cancer-stricken football star. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: The Son of No One

Dull and slow, this cop drama boasts a strong cast at least. Read More »

DVD Review: The River Murders

Watchable but generic murder mystery starring Ray Liotta. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Street Kings 2: Motor City

The reliable Ray Liotta is about the only reason to watch is lame cop thriller. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Charlie St. Cloud

Look out world, ’cuz Zac Efron sees dead people! Read More »

Movie Review: Charlie St. Cloud

Silly, aloof, and unintentionally hilarious, Zac Efron does dead people. Read More »