Category Archive: Drama

Rust and Bone

Who could ever fault a film involving extremely sensuous sexual encounters by a double amputee? Rating: Can be seen in or out of the theater, but remember it is in French with English… Continue reading

Broken City

On seeing this film, I was reminded of the alleged inscription on W.C. Fields’ tombstone, “What a waste of time and money.”; Rating: If you see this film, remember to sing the old… Continue reading

The Impossible

Imagine your most exotic vacation interrupted by a tidal wave that swept you and your family into a nightmare. Would others pay to watch the monumental struggles of your family to survive? Your… Continue reading

Not Fade Away (2012)

Sometimes truly sensational movies largely go unnoticed. This is a film of joyful importance, so see it. Rating: Can be seen anywhere, particularly if you have a great sound system. Regardless, hunt down… Continue reading

Bernie (2011)

Every criminal lawyer’s dream is to have a jury in a murder case that unanimously believes the victim was worth killing. Rating: Can be seen anywhere, particularly if you find yourself in a… Continue reading

Promised Land (2012)

Leave this movie alone if you love the Tea Party. But for those who believe that government has a role to play in the free market system, enjoy. Rating: As enjoyable at home… Continue reading

Magic Mike

For those of you with a significant other, watch it with them. For you men, threaten to come to bed dressed as Magic Mike if she cops an attitude. Rating: Many women will… Continue reading

Les Miserables (2012)

It will leave you crying, if not openly weeping at times. While I don’t know if it will win, it should be nominated at Oscar time for best picture. Rating: Can be seen… Continue reading

Django Unchained

An old Western ride through the carnage of the Antebellum South. Rating: The cinematography is too good not to be seen on the big screen.

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