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GRAVITY in 3D

GRAVITY in 3D starts at Images this Friday 10/18! http://imagescinema.org/films/gravity-in-3d SHARE this post on Facebook and be entered to win 2 free tickets to GRAVITY! Winner will be announced on Friday.

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Short Term 12

You may not have heard about Short Term 12, or it’s star Brie Larson. You may think a movie about troubled teens and the young adults caring for them would be depressing, and not the kind of thing you want … Continue reading

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The Way Way Back

I didn’t know what the term “way way back” meant until after the movie ended and Sandra told me. The title refers to the far back seat in an old station wagon. Not the back, not the way back, but … Continue reading

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What Maisie Knew

What Maisie Knew is a complicated story, and yet it’s also very simple. It’s about a six-year-old girl caught up in the middle of four adults who don’t really know how to take care of her. It’s about perceptions, details, … Continue reading

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The Great Gatsby

I’ve always had issues with The Great Gatsby. When reading the book in high school, I found myself underwhelmed by the story and its characters. Admittedly, my dislike for the book could be attributed to the English class and the … Continue reading

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The Sapphires

When I first saw the poster for The Sapphires I thought, “What is this? I’ve never heard of this. Chris O’Dowd is in Girls, right?” Then I saw the trailer and thought, “Okay, this is going to be fun, definitely … Continue reading

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Place Beyond The Pines

┬áThis is a photo taken on set, not a still from the actual movie. Gosling and Cooper are the stars of Place Beyond the Pines, however they are only on screen together for mere moments. There is something in this … Continue reading

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Ginger & Rosa

Sally Potter’s latest film, Ginger & Rosa, is beautiful from the first moment to the last. The protagonist, Ginger, played expertly by Elle Fanning (the comparisons to Meryl Streep are not an exaggeration), is a teenage poet living in 1962 … Continue reading

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Django Unchained

I saw Inglorious Basterds at BAM in Brooklyn at an almost-full screening dominated by Hasidic Jews. This was a heightened experience to say the least. As a Jew myself I was approaching the film with hesitancy, as well as my … Continue reading

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Little Fugitive

Watch the Little Fugitive trailer here. I first saw Little Fugitive while working at the IFC Center in Manhattan in 2009. From the first few moments as Lennie introduces his little brother Joey (“Couldn’t you just kiss him?”) in a … Continue reading

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