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Saturday Night Fever has one of the most iconic title sequences in movie history. It is a pop-culture snapshot of the disco-era 1970s: As soon as the opening funky bass of the Bee Gees' monster hit "S…
The story, set in the USA in the 1960s, centers on a trio of friends: Liverpudlian immigrant Jude (Jim Sturgess), girlfriend Lucy (Evan Rachel Wood), and Lucy’s rebellious older brother, Max (Joe Ande…
Until I watched the DVD, my familiarity with High School Musical was with basically one scene in the film. One scene that was on every time I turned on the the hotel TV while I was bored on a week-lon…
It’s not that the movie is bad, because it isn’t. In fact, it’s quite ambitious and somewhat enjoyable. But it does try to cram in so many different genres that it feels a bit like a glitzy, bouncy, c…
From what I learned from the film, Gram Parsons was a handsome and charming trust-fund baby (from an admittedly fucked-up family), who was lucky enough to pursue music full time, never worrying about …
Really, the above five statements are about all you need to know to enjoy director Robert Altman’s understated, down-home look at the fictional final broadcast of Garrison Keillor’s real-life titular …
Given the pedigree of its filmmaking team (About a Boy, In Good Company), I had high hopes for this satire of American pop culture and, more specifically, American Idol. But what I watched was a sad m…
Call me a bitter person, but I really don't like singing children. No, let me rephrase that... it's a bit unfair. I don't like singing children who have the prima-donna attitude of believing that they…
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