Category: Film
Movie Review: The Kids Are All Right
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Detroit Chic reviews “The Kids Are All Right”, a hot new indie film with the courage to tackle modern relationships and uncomfortable family situations.

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Movie Review: Awake

Well, there goes 84 minutes of my life that I can never get back, I thought. At least it was only 84 minutes. Medical “thriller” “Awake” was a stark disappointment. The idea behind it was intriguing, that of a man (Christensen) experiencing what is known as Anesthesia Awareness during a heart transplant operation.

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Rob’s Cult Corner #2: “No Such Thing”

                                                                      Cult Classic #2Title: No Such ThingStudio: MGM (Video & DVD)DVD Release Date: July 9, 2002Rating: **** 1/2 out of ***** Starring: Sarah Polley, Robert John Burke, Helen Mirren, Julie ChristieDirector: Hal HartleyRated: R     Run Time: 103 minutes      This movie has so many facets to it: comedy, drama and ethical situations.  It is taking shot at the media [...]

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Movie Review: “La Vie En Rose”

• Rating:  PG-13   • Studio: HBO Home Video   • DVD Release Date: November 13, 2007• Run Time: 141 minutes    • Starring: Marion Cotillard, Gerard Depardieu, Emmanuelle Seigner  • Rating:***** out of 5 stars Surprise! Surprise!  Marion Cotillard (A Very Long Engagement, A Good Year) won the Oscar for Best Actress.  Foreign language films are not supposed to produce Best Actors [...]

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Movie Review: No Country For Old Men

Release Date: 11/9/2007 Rated: R  Running Time: 122 min. Under the direction of the Coen Brothers, No Country For Old Men snatched this year's Oscar for Best Picture and has impressed critics and movie-goers alike.  The intense thriller, based on Cormac McCarthy's 2005 novel of the same name, follows Llewelyn Moss (Josh Brolin) as he runs from killer Anton Chigurh [...]

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Film Review: Persepolis

    Persepolis is a great accomplishment in filmmaking that truly showcases the power of animation. What could have been a serious drama about growing up in war-torn Iran, if portrayed in real action, instead becomes a delightful and comedic coming-of-age story told through the eyes of an exuberant animated character name Marjane. This film is nominated for an Academy Award [...]

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Movie Review: There Will Be Blood

Release Date: 12/26/2007 Rated: R  Running Time: 158 min.Detroit Chic Rating: ***** out of 5 There Will Be Blood, written and directed by Paul Thomas Anderson and based on the Upton Sinclair novel 'Oil!', is one of the most enjoyable character driven films to come out in a some time. It is somewhat noticeable, if you're a movie fanatic, that [...]

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Rob’s Cult Corner: “24 Hour Party People”

Cult Classic #1Title: "Twenty Four Hour Party People"Studio: MGMCountry of Origin: United KingdomNative Release: 4/5/2002    U.S. Release: 8/9/2002Rating: **** 1/2 out of 5Starring: Steve Coogan, John Thompson, Nigel PivaroRated: R(Images courtesy of Rotten Tomatoes)

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Movie Review: PERSEPOLIS (2007)

{moshits} Views A smart and funny animated flick, feature-length animated film Persepolis promises moviegoers a unique experience.  The film serves as a period piece, while managing to serve up some heady universal messages on mankind and life…. (All pictures courtesy of Sony Classics)

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