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Made in San Francisco, California.

Separated at birth

08.17.15 Posted in Movies by

Being Steve Coogan

11.15.13 Posted in Movies by

“The red-tops, meanwhile, revelled in reports of cocaine use, liaisons with lap-dancers and an extended sex session on a bed full of banknotes. He concedes that much of this had some basis in fact, but that’s not the point.” From an interview with the Guardian

Separated at Birth: Gael and Julia

10.02.13 Posted in Movies by

  Relative of Gael Garcia Bernal?

Remembering the River Kwai

10.12.12 Posted in Movies by

Eric Lomax, one of the soldiers tortured during the construction of the railroad depicted in The Bridge on the River Kwai, died Monday and has a fascinating obituary.

J Dilla Changed My LIfe

09.26.12 Posted in Movies, Music by

Double feature: 80’s urban comedy of errors category

08.07.12 Posted in Movies by

After Hours and Into the Night.  NY and LA, Scorcese and Landis, Patricia Arquette with Griffin Dunne and Jeff Goldblum with Michelle Pfeiffer.

Cinematic love triangle: Creepy suspense, Venice and Daphne du Maurier

06.19.12 Posted in Movies by

Don’t Look Now and Comfort of Strangers are the obvious double feature but what about adding Rebecca or Rosemary’s Baby to round it out?

Lost among the Hunger Games media blitz

03.23.12 Posted in Movies by

All this talk about the Hunger Games movie, the stories about the anticipation among the young audiences, the stories about Soderbergh shooting second unit, the stories by media outlets who don’t write about cinematic adaptations of YA fiction so they write about the marketing of cinematic adaptations of YA fiction (and in more than one source […]

Obit of the day

02.04.12 Posted in Movies by

Ben Gazzara: NY Times |LA Times


02.01.12 Posted in Movies by

Brilliant as just a trailer because it completely embraces that Hills level reality TV sensibility and mates it with the teen party genre. Weird Science meets Old School without the science? Throw in a dash of Instagram, a heavy dose of YouTube and fueled by Facebook.  Voila, you get: