Review: SURVEILLANCE

April 5, 2009

At first glance, it would be easy to draw parallels between director Jennifer Lynch’s film Surveillance and her father David Lynch’s magnum opus television series and film spinoff Twin Peaks. In both you have FBI [click for more]

PFF Review: COWARDS

April 4, 2009

This is a curious film ostensibly about bullying, but may well have deeper themes that go into youthful fear and how we sometimes cover our fears with bluster. I don’t want to get all amateur psychiatrist [click for more]

New Releases: April 3

April 3, 2009

1. Fast & Furious (Universal, 3,461 Theaters, 107 Minutes, Rated PG-13): You got to admit, “New Model, Original Parts” is a pretty good tagline. Of course, we wouldn’t have that tagline if the original cast [click for more]

Review: GOD’S FORGOTTEN TOWN

April 3, 2009

Why should I be upset over a minor horror film that falls apart at the end? A fair question, but let me explain why God’s Forgotten Town was disappointing and ultimately an insult to my [click for more]

Review: BOY, INTERRUPTED

April 3, 2009

“To be or not to be, that is the question.” This is one line from literature most everyone has heard but, because it is such a commonplace line, most people have not actually thought about [click for more]

Review: DIOSES

April 2, 2009

In 1926, F. Scott Fitzgerald began “The Rich Boy,” one of his most notable short stories, with this line, ”Let me tell you about the very rich. They are different from you and me.” Over [click for more]

PFF Review: JURY DUTY

April 2, 2009

Gregoire Duval (Jean-Pierre Darroussin) is a mild-mannered pharmacist in a small town in the French countryside.  The time is 1962 and, as has been going on for sometime now, the Algerian question is still rocking [click for more]

PFF: WAGES OF SPIN

April 1, 2009

The early days of rock and roll are often depicted as nothing more than innocent fun. Teens gathered in each other’s homes for listening parties or went out to sock hops to dance to their [click for more]

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