Monthly Archives: August 2011

Our Idiot Brother

Our Idiot Brother opens theatrically on Friday August 26, 2011. Our Idiot Brother (Director: Jesse Peretz): For those of us used to seeing Paul Rudd play the “straight man” in comedies like I Love You, Man and Knocked Up, it’s … Continue reading

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This post comes courtesy of Monika Bartyzel, freelance writer and junkie of Canadian cinema, frequently seen at and previously sites such as Cinematical and I’m hoping to convince her to contribute more of her insightful writing in the … Continue reading

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Report: Montréal World Film Festival 2011

I’ve just returned from my third annual trip to the Festival des films du monde in Montréal, a city I appreciate more each time I visit. I was there for five days, and saw 9 films during my time there. … Continue reading

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Calvet (Director: Dominic Allan): The story that Jean-Marc Calvet tells in this essentially one-man show is so unbelievable that you might find yourself not believing it. But director Allan, who doesn’t appear in the film, was on hand to assure … Continue reading

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She Monkeys (Apflickorna)

She Monkeys (Apflickorna) (Director: Lisa Aschan): We are introduced to Emma just as she is joining an equestrian gymnastics team. Even though she’s the new girl, it’s clear she’s just as competitive and strong as Cassandra, the team’s unspoken leader. … Continue reading

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