Monthly Archives: March 2012

Thank You Andrew Stanton

Much has been written about Andrew Stanton’s John Carter, and far too much of that has been negative. Critical writing is one thing, but mean-spirited is another. It is not my intention to discuss the marketing and box-office failure of … Continue reading

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The North Carolina New Wave

One of the most interesting groups of filmmakers to come out of America in the last decade seems to have gone unnamed as of yet. I first discovered these filmmakers one summer, years ago. At the time, I did not … Continue reading

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The Villain Next Door

When I was 11, my family moved from a city neighbourhood to the suburbs. My first year there I knew no one. All of the streets, houses and parks looked the same to me. With nothing to differentiate one from … Continue reading

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Movie Review: John Carter

It was a unique movie-going experience finally seeing John Carter, a film I had been passionately awaiting as a avid fan of the source material. Last June, while waiting in an airport, I decided to buy Edgar Rice Burroughs’ classic … Continue reading

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