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Movie Review: Running Eagle (2016)

It’s an uncomfortably heavy 13-minute stretch that Konrad Tho Fiedler fills in Running Eagle to tell the brief, though highly evocative tale of a young Native American woman (Devery Jacobs, “Rhymes for Young Ghouls”) struggling to get back home across a frozen wasteland after fleeing a life of forced prostitution. The narrative is split between…

Feature: Top 10 Movie Prostitutes

Sex hustlers in the cinema. The world’s oldest profession on the big screen has never been more titillating or scandalous than the selections we have listed in the Top 10 Movie Prostitutes. Okay . . . perhaps there are other provocative choices that could also be featured so prominently in this column documenting the salacious…

Movie Review: Nola and the Clones (2016)

Writer-director Graham Jones (“The History Student,” “The Randomers,” “How to Cheat in the Learning Certificate”) can be astutely described as a lyrical Irish filmmaker with moving narratives that seem so personal and profound in dramatic simplicity. In Jones’s latest indie drama Nola and the Clones he helms yet another soulful exposition grounded in the given realities of…

Movie Review: Bleeding Heart (2015)

A sacred bond between sisters, no matter how close they seem, takes a lifetime to build. Through this intricate construction of a relationship, a deep sense of trust, intimacy, and selflessness are formed. Those key ingredients are the basis for unconditional love and without it, there is the highly probable potential of having a relationship…

Movie Review: The Transporter Refueled (2015)

The Transporter Refueled is more like “Transporter Rebooted,” as this is at least the fourth franchise update of the year (following “Mad Max: Fury Road” “Fantastic Four” and “Hit Man: Agent 47”). In this re-working of French producer Luc Besson’s action series, the main star is the automobile, an Audi (just like all of those…

Movie Review: The Immigrant (2013)

The 1920’s were the culmination of the greatest wave of immigration in American history in which more than 25 million people arrived, mostly from Southern and Eastern Europe, to escape the aftermath of the Great War and its resulting poverty and oppression, or simply to embrace the promise of the “American Dream.” Many of these…

Movie Trailer #2: Sin City: A Dame To Kill For (2014)

The treachery in Sin City is peaking in this second trailer for Sin City: A Dame To Kill For and it is Senator Roark (Powers Booth) who is prominently displayed pulling the strings on all the interconnected storylines. Fan favorites including Nancy (Jessica Alba), Marv (Mickey Rourke), McCarthy (Josh Brolin), Gail (Rosario Dawson) and newcomer…

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