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Cutting Room for September 28

  • In what is fast becoming an annual fall tradition less likely to give you diabetes than trick or treating, Film Streams (filmstreams.org) is once more bringing The Alloy Orchestra to perform a live score to the 1925 horror classic The Phantom of the Opera on Friday, Oct 12 at 7 pm. There is nothing more atmospheric than having live music played during a silent horror film, other than actually having a maniacal...

R2D2 and the AARP

First things first: although she’s only eight years younger than him, nobody will accept that Susan Sarandon would want to kiss Frank Langella on his mouth parts. That premise requires a bigger suspension of disbelief than the rest of Robot & Frank, which presumes the world now has robotic versions of Mr. Belvedere.

Writer Christopher D. Ford and director Jake Schreier have composed a quiet little symphony about...

Circular Logic

Writer/director Rian Johnson is fantastic at making pretty good movies. 2005’s Brick was a slyly conceived yarn that took 1940s private dick dialogue and plot and affixed it to a modern high-school setting, with middling effect.  2008’s The Brothers Bloom was a nearly great con man movie without a great con anywhere in it. And now comes Looper, Johnson’s first foray into sci-fi and bigger budget; the result is…yet...

Brand Xenu Man

Writer/director/demigod of modern American cinema Paul Thomas Anderson—or PTA as his peeps call him—has a filmography so stunning that merely making a very good movie means it’s his worst one yet. So, with a heavy heart comes the news that The Master isn’t outright the best film of the year; it’s only one of the best films of the year. Step up your game, PTA.

What keeps this Scientology-tinted dual character...

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