Sam’s Blog

  • Review: Love & Friendship

    Ross McDonnell

    Jane Austen finally gets her comedy on the big screen. Adapted from her novella, “Lady Susan”, Whit Stillman’s self-aware LOVE & FRIENDSHIP does the late […]

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  • Review: The Meddler


    Everyone’s worst nightmare is a meddling mother, especially one who’s got nothing else better to do. Writer/director Lorene Scafaria’s THE MEDDLER boasts just such a […]

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  • Review: The Man Who Knew Infinity


    Based on a true story, Matt Brown’s THE MAN WHO KNEW INFINITY may try a little too hard at times, but it will still stir […]

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  • Review: Elvis & Nixon


    One of the most requested photos from the National Archives is that of Richard Nixon and Elvis Presley in the Oval Office. There is not […]

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  • Review: Papa Hemingway in Cuba


    Imagine having Ernest Hemingway as your mentor. It would probably lead to a pretty good story, right? In the case of writer Denne Bart Petitclerc, […]

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  • Review: Louder Than Bombs


    When a loved one dies, grief tends not to come all at once. Years later, you may feel stricken with the sudden memory of that […]

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