Tag Archives: Apocalypse Now

Review: Silence (2016)

The release of a new Martin Scorsese film is still something to mark on your calendar, but perhaps the undoubtedly ambitious guilt trek SILENCE was too personal for his own good. Two Portuguese Jesuits travel to Japan to investigate reports … Continue reading

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Review: American Reunion (2012)

The AMERICAN PIE films never really made much of a connection with me, not because they’re especially bad, but because I was the wrong age (a bit young) when they first came out. I’ve watched the original trilogy since, and … Continue reading

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Is it Wrong to Have it in for a Movie?

It’s always a tough one to discuss, the subject of critical objectivity. In an ideal world every film critic, every viewer even, would be completely objective when watching a film. But alas, there are always external forces working against us, … Continue reading

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