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West of Memphis aims to be the definitive West Memphis Three story [ok]

Movie Reviews Now that Damien Echols, Jessie Misskelley and Jason Baldwin, the so-called West Memphis Three, are free, do we need more media devoted to them?

Tuesday, February 19, 2013 David Riedel

It’s Like Casablanca, But a Hospital, And Miserable

Peter Nicks’ 'The Waiting Room' is excellent [yay!]

Movie Reviews The Waiting Room is filled with heartbreak. It’s also some of the most riveting documentary filmmaking you’ll see this year, or any year.

Tuesday, February 12, 2013 David Riedel

Bring a Barf Bag

'Safe Haven' just plain sucks [double barf]

Movie Reviews Here’s the bottom line on the latest in a seemingly never-ending series of Nicholas Sparks adaptations: It’s a piece of shit.

Tuesday, February 12, 2013 David Riedel

May Include Stabbing and Death…

'Side Effects' may be Steven Soderbergh’s last movie [yay!]

Movie Reviews The trailers for Side Effects, director Steven Soderbergh’s new thriller, make it look like an indictment of all things pharmaceutical.

Tuesday, February 5, 2013 David Riedel

Je t’aime, Amour

'Amour' is honest and complex [yay!]

Movie Reviews Nowhere will you find a more honest, searching and complex story told with such ease, care and compassion.

Tuesday, February 5, 2013 David Riedel

He’s Alive-ish! Alive-ish!

'Warm Bodies' finds humanity in the undead [ok]

Movie Reviews Here’s a serious question: Do we really need another zombie movie? Apparently we do.

Tuesday, January 29, 2013 David Riedel

2013 Oscar-nominated Shorts [yay!]

This year’s Oscar shorts melted our icy film reviewer’s heart.

Movie Reviews Because of technical problems that I still don’t understand, only three of the five Oscar-nominated animated shorts were available to me at press time.

Tuesday, January 29, 2013 David Riedel

Lots Of Plot With This Cat

The animation in 'The Rabbi’s Cat' is a welcome throwback [ok]

Movie Reviews There’s enough story here to cover five movies, but The Rabbi’s Cat stuffs everything into 89 minutes. First, the cat meows. Then he speaks. Then he utters God’s name and is relegated to his previous “m...

Tuesday, January 22, 2013 David Riedel

Some White Rooms Are Padded

'Beware of Mr. Baker' indeed [ok]

Movie Reviews The most affecting, touching and uplifting documentary of 2012 is Searching for Sugar Man. The other side of that documentary coin belongs to Beware of Mr. Baker, a movie about one of the biggest assholes—and...

Tuesday, January 22, 2013 David Riedel

Ever Have the Feeling You’re Being Watched?

'Barbara' is quiet, dark and eerie [ok]

Movie Reviews Any time any American talks about being spied on by the government, that person should be forced to watch Barbara, a tense and quietly paranoid drama that takes place in East Germany in 1980. 

Tuesday, January 15, 2013 David Riedel
 
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Morning Word: A Day Without an Immigrant

Morning Word A Day Without an ImmigrantSanta Fe showed up strong to the more-or-less impromptu protest. Dozens of locally owned businesses around town closed their doors in solidarity with immigrant employees. Oth ... More

Feb. 17, 2017 by Matt Grubs

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