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The Artist – Film Review

The comedy-drama “The Artist” is an incredibly delightful film experience that bubbles with nostalgia, saluting the silent film era. Director Michael Hazanavicius had the daunting task of delivering a silent film (there is music, however) that pulsates with life for a loud, impatient world that frequently enjoys movies that arrive in theatres dead on arrival. He succeeded completely. Even sans ... Read More »

Films as an Escape

It’s award season time and while The Golden Globes and the Screen Actors Guild Awards are entertaining, the only one we really care about are the Academy Awards. Some people might have been surprised to see that “The Artist” won a Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture-Comedy or Musical but I wouldn’t be surprised at all if it won the ... Read More »