Thursday Movie Picks: ADAPTATIONS

Happy almost Friday everyone! I'm a bit late to the TMP party but I love this week's topic that I still want to participate. The Thursday Movie Picks blogathon was spearheaded by Wandering Through the Shelves Blog. The rules are simple simple: Each week there is a topic for you to create a list of …

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FlixChatter Review: Little Women (2019)

As a fan of period dramas with strong female protagonists, naturally I've been looking forward to seeing the new Little Women adaptation. I remember loving the Gillian Armstrong's 1994 version, but 25 years is a long enough time to see a new adaptation from Louisa May Alcott's autobiographical novel about her own life with her …

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Rental Pick: LOVING VINCENT (2017)

In a story depicted in oil painted animation, a young man comes to the last hometown of painter Vincent van Gogh to deliver the troubled artist's final letter and ends up investigating his final days there. Billed as the world's first fully painted animation feature, naturally each scene is worth framing. It's a gorgeous film …

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Guest Review: LADY BIRD (2017)

Directed By: Greta Gerwig Written By: Greta Gerwig Runtime: 1 hr 34 minutes So at this point I think that my opinion of Lady Bird is wrong – if it is possible for an opinion on a piece of art to be wrong. The vast majority of everyone seems to have decided that Lady Bird is …

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My Top 10 Picks from Twin Cities Film Fest

Well, it's been almost two weeks since the 2015 Twin Cities Film Fest wrapped. I knew the tough part would be selecting the top 10 and so I took my time posting this. I use the same criteria when selecting my top 10 films from a given year. So when I say ‘top movies’ it’s sort …

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Day 4 Review – TCFF 2015 Gala Screening: Brooklyn

Three of my most highly-anticipated films at TCFF premiered on Saturday. Two of them are studio features, Youth & Brooklyn and one is a small indie drama The Dust Storm, which I have reviewed here along with my interview w/ one of the director and cast members. It was quite a whirlwind day starting with the Future of Film …

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