Another set of rave reviews by critics, but less than amazing in the theater. Though the intellectual idea of architecture as therapy was intriguing and the filming visually superb, the story was as spare as the architecture, and the dialogue almost non-existent. The movie crept forward at a snail’s pace,…
Excellent crime story by Jeff Johnson set mainly in a tattoo parlor in Portland Oregon’s Old Town. Quirky characters abound, and interesting villains, but what Jeff gets best is the slippery logic of the main character, Darby Holland, and his employee Delia.
Partial eclipse at 10:03 AM in Madras . . . Eclipse light on tent at 12 min. to totality . . .Eclipse light at 20 seconds before totality.
There are still places of Peace on Earth, not trying to provoke the neurons of those who’ve seen Dr. Strangelove.
Although given rave reviews by critics and audiences, I was disappointed. The best feature was the filming, but again editing and sound were terrible. Overlong sequences of confusing air combat with garbled dialogue (I guess the masks over the pilot’s faces didn’t help). Also, I was interested in how the…
Nice version of the standard Indian parental prejudice/bride-selection story. The marriage of fiction and documentary was well handled.
Good sequel, but could have benefitted from better editing. Overlong sequences of Quill’s mental-spear doing its work, and the Ego story and plot-shift comes (literally) out of the blue.