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Phone Booth 2002

Phone Booth 2002

    

Released

7.1
IMDB: 7.1/10 219,229 votes

I love real time stories. To me, having a story take place in real time gives a story a sense of realism, that makes what unfolds feel more real, and thus more intense. Though in many ways, they are the most difficult to pull off, because it’s natural to want to cut out extraneous moments, and being completely realistic could end up creating dead spots that kill the pacing. This film does not do that. Stuck in development hell for decades, ...

Vantage Point 2008

Vantage Point 2008

    22 February 2008 (USA)

1h 30minReleased

6..6
IMDB: 6..6/10 131,388 votes

No matter how nobly or ambitiously anyone (including the filmmakers) may try to describe the new thriller Vantage Point, the multiple-perspective film is far more Groundhog Day than Rashomon. Essentially a 23-minute story revisited multiple times in order to reach suitable feature-film length, Vantage Point purports to look at a single event from different points of view, but it really only has one, which means that each time the film "rewinds" to the beginning, audiences will likely be less interested ...

Where the Wild Things Are 2009

Where the Wild Things Are 2009

    16 October 2009 (USA)

1h 41minReleased

6.8
IMDB: 6.8/10 90,745 votes

Early on in Spike Jonze’s new adaptation of Where the Wild Things Are, Max’s mother asks him to tell her a story, and he responds with a brief sketch about a vampire who bites a building and loses all his teeth—when it turns out that they weren’t his baby teeth and won’t grow back, all his friends leave him behind, because he can’t be a vampire anymore. Young Max’s tone as storyteller is gravely matter-of-fact, but as he speaks we ...

Panic Room 2002

Panic Room 2002

     29 March 2002 (USA)

1h 52minReleased

6.8
IMDB: 6.8/10 216,784 votes

Meg and Sarah Altman (Jodie Foster and Kristen Stewert) have separated from Sarah’s father Stephen and are moving into a spacious three story brownstone apartment. The unique thing about this house is the existence of a “panic room” adjoining the master bedroom on the second floor. The panic room is a ten foot by eight foot room, surrounded by concrete and steel. In it is a separate buried phone line, its own ventilation system, and a bank of security monitors covering ...

Southpaw

Southpaw

Southpaw    24 Jul 2015

R 124 minReleased

7.4
IMDB: 7.4/10 167,095 votes

In this age of caped crusaders, billion dollar blockbusters, unnecessary sequels and batches of re-hashed remakes; it’s very rare to see a human story come out of Hollywood unless it’s Oscar time. Not only is it rare to see a human story, but a new and original one at that. Director Antoine Fuqua (Training Day, The Equalizer) presents a bold and bruising story about one man’s fall from heaven and rise from hell. Although Southpaw presents a compelling story and ...

Taken 3

Taken 3

Taken 3    09 Jan 2015

PG-13 109 minReleased

6.0
IMDB: 6.0/10 143,125 votes

Bryan Mills needs a new rabbit’s foot. First, sex-traffickers took his beloved daughter, Kim. Then vengeful criminals took Mills and his ex-wife. In Taken 3, they are now taking his freedom by framing Mills for a murder he did not commit. For all of the heroic actions we keep hearing about in Mills’ past, people sure seem to hate this guy. Liam Neeson once again stars as Bryan Mills. Retired from his mysterious past, Mills now prefers the simple life of ...

The Butler

The Butler

Lee Daniels' The Butler    16 Aug 2013

PG-13 132 minReleased

7.2
IMDB: 7.2/10 92,700 votes

Octogenarian Cecil Gaines sits in a White House hallway waiting for a historic appointment in “Lee Daniels’ The Butler.” Portrayed with a special brand of grace and ache by Forest Whitaker, Cecil has a memory. It is of two men hanging, bodies pressed together in the dark of night, high above a street. The lighting, the angle of the camera shot itself, offer up the strange and bitter fruit Billie Holiday first sang of in 1939. A history lesson in violence and ...

Arrival

Arrival

Arrival    11 Nov 2016

PG-13 116 minReleased

8.0
IMDB: 8.0/10 285,253 votes

“Arrival” opened three weeks ago to some of the best reviews of the year and Best Actress Oscar talk for Amy Adams. The problem was that the film was weirdly limited in its release, playing on only 2,300 screens in the country when most new wide releases play on over 3,000. I didn’t see it then because it opened with less money than the second weekend of “Trolls.” I didn’t see it the last two weeks because it got creamed ...