Movies We Watched

Sometimes we watch stuff that we want to talk just a little bit about, not a full review worth. These are those films. If any of the films reviewed are available on Netflix Instant Watch (US or Canada) or HuluPlus (US only), we’ll note that by putting a direct link below the capsule. Everything Must Go 2010 USA. Director: Dan Rush. Starring: Will Ferrell,...

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Adiós Miramax.

At least until the inevitable point where Bob and Harvey Weinstein buy back the name of their previous endeavor (an amalgam of their parents Miriam and Max) which was founded in the late 1970s, but really kicked into high gear after the success of Sex Lies and Videotap, The Piano and Pulp Fiction. Watching ‘indie’ film in the late 1980s and pretty...

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Marc’s Top Ten Films of the 2000s

Seeing as how everyone else at Row Three is posting theirs, I may as well include my own top films of the past decade, previously posted at my blog, Subtitle Literate. 10) No Country for Old Men (Joel and Ethan Coen, 2007) There’s no doubt that the Coens’ Cormac McCarthy adaptation is an eloquent, handsomely crafted exploration of corruption and the...

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Jonathan’s Films of the Decade

Since everyone else is doing it and I always fall victim to peer pressure, I’ve decided to grace the public with my favorite films of the decade. Knowing the influence that my voice has in the world and on the elite film critic circles, I took this endeavor with the utmost seriousness. In the past months, I quit my job and retreated into complete solitude...

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Jandy’s Top Films of the Decade

How to narrow down an entire decade of films down to just ten? It’s pretty much an impossible task. I made a short list of fifty, and even that left off loads I wanted to include. And now that making that list is already a few weeks in the past I’m starting to second guess how I ordered them. But I chose to let stand what’s here – so...

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