Archive for September, 2004

Vanity Fair

Vanity Fair

| September 4, 2004

Rags to riches. Intrigue. A woman pulling herself up the social ladder through cunning, guile and a wicked amount of self created good luck. That is what the trailer promised me when I went to see Vanity Fair. I got that, but the two minute twenty second trailer was a faster and more to the […]

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The Christmas Party

The Christmas Party

| September 3, 2004

The Holidays can be an awesome time of the year — that is if you’ve got some good family or friends around. Otherwise, it can be a hell of a time. In Jeremiah Kipp’s poignant short film The Christmas Party the holidays are a bit uneasy for Gabriel, an introspective, lonely 9-year-old boy. Gabriel lives […]

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Deathwatch

Deathwatch

| September 3, 2004

At the end of Deathwatch, Andy Serkis, as psychotic-caveman-soldier Quinn, is eaten by barbed wire: malevolent barbed wire controlled by the unknown forces of evil permeating from the abandoned German trench Serkis and friends find themselves in after becoming mysteriously separated from their battalion. This could have been a good – even great – film. […]