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This critic hated “The Grinch” for almost its entire duration, he sighed and he cried and he dreamed of vacation. It could be his head wasn’t screwed on just right. It could be, perhaps, the midterm polls were too tight. But it seems the most likely reason of all, may simply have been that he was not in its thrall. The animation is ugly, and the jokes sure are stale. From the moment it started, he wanted to bail. It’s…
Lee Chang-dong is one of my favorite directors. He never disappoints.
This is definitely one of the year's best. All three leads are wonderful.
Always impressed by Lee's focus on the minutia and his ability to cover scenes in ways you've never seen before.
And I know I sound like a broken record but I wish he shot this on film... although I'm not sure if he would have been able to capture the twilight like he did with digital.
Watched at the Vancouver International Film Centre.
reason #4729583 to buy mamma mia! here we go again on blu-ray and dvd: you can laugh out loud in the comfort of your own home when pierce brosnan sings his sad remix of SOS without worry of ruining the experience for the other theater patrons and publicly disrespecting pierce, who is simply doing his best with the material given. can you imagine being given a script that says you’re to sing SOS again, after every critic alive trashed you…
"Today we have to break the nose of every beautiful thing."
What if there were witches that ran a dance academy? What if they were forced underground during wartime, what if during that time they became politically activated, resentful, hostile? What if they cared deeply about their art, their matriarchal, anti-facist, confrontational art, the very source and tool of their power? Is there a right way now to exercise that power? Is there a right way to exercise any power?