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  • How his “House” calls got Campanella his Oscar

     
    The pre-Oscars foreign language film buzz was all about The White Ribbon or A Prophet. The Secret in their Eyes, an Argentinean murder-mystery-romance? A long shot. So director Juan Jose Campanella can be excused for looking a little dazed, and trying...
  • House on Haunted Hill

    I can't say for sure when it happened, but I've always been a fan of scary movies. Maybe it began when I was six-years-old and loved to wake up Saturday mornings to watch Scooby-Doo, Where Are You. Scooby and the gang's forays into spooky old houses and...
  • X-Files: I Want to Believe

    Have to say, disappointed. Without giving too much away, it wasn't what I expected. Mulder and Scully are an excellent team. We root for them. Given the lapse in time since the last movie and the TV show's first run, you would think the movie would not...
  • A Memento: The Prestigious Christopher Nolan

    A Memento: The Prestigious Christopher Nolan Okay, so Dark Knight has made, like, 5 trillion dollars. No lies, I've made my contribution to the caped crusader. Twice. Still, don't think it's as good as Batman Begins, but I am a sucker for an...
  • Zack and Miri Make a Porno

    VIEWED AND REVIEWED: Zack and Miri Make a Porno Looking for something light, funny and forgettable? Then Zack and Miri Make a Porno is for you. It's a romantic comedy with an X-rated edge. Zack and Miri are are adorable slacker roommates who have...
  • Role Models

    Viewed and Reviewed: ROLE MODELS Typically, the fall season means it's time to trot out the somber, Oscar-contending movies. Big stars delivered in serious films, not movies. Thank God somebody decided to let a comedy come out and play in the fall...
  • Quantum of Solace

    Viewed and Reviewed: QUANTUM OF SOLACE Pretty much the first scene of the new Bond movie, Quantum of Solace, telegraphs exactly the movie you are about to see. The camera zooms along the brilliant blue Italian choppy waters, careening towards a...
  • Summer Movies on DVD

    DVD Review: SUMMER MOVIES Lots of high $ movies, and so little time during the summer. Flick Chick's here to sift through some of the movies you might have missed and tell you which ones are worth a look and which ones are better left as a dim...
  • Australia

    Viewed and Reviewed: Australia It's been five (!!) years since film director Baz Luhrmann's last major release, Moulin Rouge! and the closing of his 'red curtain' trilogy. What will he do next, we wondered. How could he possibly top the frenetic...
  • The Day the Earth Stood Still

    Viewed and Reviewed: The Day The Earth Stood Still Aside from notable exceptions, science-fiction movies tend to not live up to expectations. The reason? Creating a believable world of the future or a scenario that doesn't fail the logic test...
  • North Dallas Forty

    VIEWED AND REVIEWED: North Dallas Forty North Dallas Forty is a time capsule. Plain and simple. If you don't quite remember, or it is new to you, the movie follows the life and times of a pro football player, Phillip Elliot (Nick Nolte) during one...
  • Milk

    Milk tells the life and times of Harvey Milk, the first elected official to be openly gay. Milk's achievement is its message. Film director, Gus Van Sant, gives us a tribute to not only Milk as a regular guy moved to take action, but also offers a hopeful...