Monthly Archives: February 2012

No Subtitles Necessary: Laszlo & Vilmos

No Subtitles Necessary: Laszlo & Vilmos (Director: James Chressanthis): Only appear­ing on DVD now, this 2008 doc­u­ment­ary explores the work of and friend­ship between two giants of cine­ma­to­graphy. Laszlo Kovacs and Vilmos Zsigmond first met as stu­dents at film school … Continue read­ing

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Apparently, Grease Is The Word

There seems to be some­thing in the air these days, and it smells a lot like Grease! There are two big Grease-related events hap­pen­ing over the next few weeks. First off, this upcom­ing week­end fea­tures Sing-a-Long-a Grease at the TIFF … Continue read­ing

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The Lady Vanishes

I watched The Lady Vanishes on Netflix Canada. I can­not guar­an­tee its avail­ab­il­ity on Netflix any­where else. The Lady Vanishes (Director: Alfred Hitchcock): For at least the first twenty minutes or so, I was almost cer­tain that I was watch­ing … Continue read­ing

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Sailcloth

SPOILER ALERT: I usu­ally don’t make a point of alert­ing read­ers to spoil­ers, but it’s pretty hard not to in writ­ing about this film. At just 18 minutes, though, you fig­ure out pretty quickly what’s going on. Nonetheless, fair warn­ing. … Continue read­ing

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