Tag Archives: Hitchcock

Review: Dead Man Down (2013)

Sometimes a really interesting central relationship is enough to elevate a pretty generic gangster movie, and DEAD MAN DOWN is a pretty generic gangster movie. Having a good director and a strong lead pair of actors on board doesn’t hurt … Continue reading

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Review: Saving Mr. Banks (2013)

SAVING MR. BANKS isn’t like many other biopics, and it’s like next to┬áno films about filmmaking. Movies that retell notoriously troubled productions have a tendency to exaggerate and oversimplify for the sake of smooth storytelling, yet often turn out to … Continue reading

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Beyond the Valley of the Casting

It’s been announced that various independent film companies have banded together to make yet another film about making a film titled RUSS & ROGER GO BEYOND. Set to tell the story of the collaboration between trash auteur Russ Meyer and … Continue reading

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