I WAS A GREENHOUSE
I WAS A GREENHOUSE

The universal elements of a broken family trying to pick up the pieces, and likewise George overcoming his own tragic history, are where the film scores its emotional points. The rest of the narrative works because of the audience’s curiosity and suspension of disbelief…



Posted on July 13, 2014 in Reviews by

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HONOUR
HONOUR

Khan’s film is ambitious in terms of storytelling, content, and character and, as such, is strategically complicated…



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THE WASHING MACHINE
THE WASHING MACHINE

The film plays fantastical, but has a simple message. It doesn’t stray from its main narrative, or puff itself up beyond necessity. It’s the proper length, well-executed and it gets the point across…



Posted on July 12, 2014 in Reviews by
THE MOURNING
THE MOURNING

At the core is a story of a man who has been away for a very long time, returning to what he has once known, though everyone and everything is different…



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SIX BY SONDHEIM (DVD)
SIX BY SONDHEIM (DVD)

The production traces Sondheim’s tumultuous life and career in a collage of interviews that he gave over the years…



Posted on July 12, 2014 in Reviews by
THE BOOTLEG FILES: THE MAGNIFICENT TWO
THE BOOTLEG FILES: THE MAGNIFICENT TWO

Phil Hall’s The Bootleg Files explores the wild world of memorable films and TV productions that can be found in unauthorized presentations. This week, Phil picks up a forgotten British romp…



Posted on July 11, 2014 in Bootleg Files, Features by